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Teaching literary criticism can be challenging, but these text selections will help teachers pair critical lenses with suitable texts.
Sarah Gregory saved to AP Lit
I though this might be informative for visually oriented people. Plus, I just like flow-charts.
In 2007, Clare Owens and I organised a panel at the Manchester Hypertext conference on Tragedy in Electronic Literature. At the panel, Nick Lowe showed this slide summarizing Aristotle's view on Tragedy in The Poetics. Notes from the panel.
Emily Seals saved to English Major
“Resumen de toda la historia de la literatura de un solo vistazo”
Having trouble writing about literary symbols or finding them in the first place? You’re not alone. This post shows you how to search for & analyze symbols.
M Weiss saved to Literary Symbols
Theory tells us how to read a text and how to approach a text.
faisal.o mannarath saved to Quick saves
Brief chart on Geoffrey Chaucer including Facts, prose and poetry. The Canterbury Tales poet.
Marley Walker saved to take 2
Over the years, my students have come to sessions seeking help with literary devices. They have expressed confusion over the terms: literary devices, literary terms, literary elements and figurative language, and they also struggle with the many definitions. What are Literary Devices, Literary Terms, Literary Elements and Figurative Language? Literary Devices are creative writing strategies used by an author to convey his or her message(s). When used well, literary devices help readers to…
Lisa Allen saved to High School Language Arts