Ways in: approaches to reading and writing about literature and film
McGraw-Hill, Jul 24, 2002 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 169 pages
This brief guide introduces students to reading and writing about fiction, poetry, drama, and film; surveys major critical approaches to these genres; and illustrates the importance of understanding works in the context of time and culture.
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Writing about Fiction
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