Cracking The Gre Literature In English Subject Test, 6th Edition

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Random House, 2010 - Study Aids - 247 pages
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Getting a high score on the GRE Literature Subject Test isn’t about memorizing every book and lit crit article ever written–it’s about targeting your test preparation. We teach you only the information you’ll need along with the best strategies for the test day. In this book, you’ll learn how to:

•Use our strategies and techniques to boost your accuracy
•Increase your pacing and familiarize yourself with the test format
•Understand the books that will most likely appear on the test
•Differentiate literary themes and schools of thought

Cracking the GRE Literature Test, 6th Edition also includes a full-length practice GRE Literature Subject Test.
 

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Contents

CRACKING THE SYSTEM
22
Literary Terms Verse Forms and Schools of Criticism
52
What You Should Study 7
73
Homer and Other Masters
95
The last List
136
ANSweRS AND ExPLANATIONS 1 97
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