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How to Write a Novel, by Grant Richards Title: How to Write a Novel A Practical Guide to the Art of Fiction
When your high school students need understandable explanations of Huckleberry Finn, To Kill a Mockingbird, The Color Purple and other novels frequently studied in literature courses, direct them to this new reference from Gale. Each volume of Novels for Students contains easily accessible and content-rich discussions of the literary and historical background of 15 to 20 works from various cultures and time periods. Each novel included in this new resource was specially chosen by an advisory panel of teachers and librarians -- experts who have helped us define the information needs of students and ensure the age-appropriateness of this reference's content.
Selçuk Üniversitesi Edebiyat Fakültesi Dergisi
Literature's progress has always come from between words, from between signs & signifiers, from between statements and actions, between characters, between dramas, between epics—as though fiction were a fabric that clothes one thing in order to undress another.
Three LiLT SIG members, Wendy Jones Nakanishi, Simon Bibby, and Mari Ota recently published a textbook called Real Reads: An Introduction to Literature. Discussion of the textbook in this article is situated in consideration of criteria that teachers need for choosing suitable literary texts for language students. Five criteria are suggested for teachers to consider when deciding upon the suitability of a text: lexis, syntax, length, interest and familiarity. Major aspects of the creation of a literature textbook for language learners are explained, including the authors’ reasons for textbook format, text choice and first language (L1) and second language (L2) balance, before moving on to consider and advise with regard to further issues such as consideration of audience, the creation of the online teachers’ guide, shared workflow, and dealing with potential publishers.
Markus Deli Girik Allo
The materials have been developed to introduce the students to prose fiction which is a genre of literature. This course guide provides you an overview of the course including the organization and requirements of the course. The course introduces you to the origin, development, and the major elements of prose fiction. Some representative texts have been analyzed to highlight some of the characteristics of prose fiction. The texts are also chosen to reflect the different types of prose fiction.
Adventures in English literature
Brenton Doecke , Graham Parr , Natalie Bellis
Eva von Contzen
Jeff J.S. Black
English in Africa
L1 Educational Studies in Language and Literature
Continental Thought & Theory
Sudheer C Hajela
Neza Jean d'Amour
International Journal of Innovation, Creativity and Change
Perception Publication, New Delhi
Ashish K U M A R Gupta
Shahid Hussain 1030-FLL/BSENG/S13
REGISTER JOURNAL IAIN Salatiga
C21: Teaching Post-Millenial Literature Conference, University of Brighton, UK
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