Literature and the Writing Process
Prentice Hall, Jun 1, 2001 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1179 pages
Blending a complete writing about literature, a literature anthology, and a handbook into one, this unique volume guides readers through the allied processes of critical reading and writing-illustrating the use of writing as a way of studying literature, and providing readers with all the tools necessary to analyze literature on their own. The book promotes interactive learning by integrating writing instruction with the study of literature. The volume outlines the prewriting, writing, and rewriting processes, writing about short fiction, writing about structure, imagery and symbolism, point of view, setting and atmosphere, theme, writing about poetry, writing about drama, the editing process and features extensive anthologies of short fiction, poetry and drama. For those looking for a guide for the processes of analytical reading and writing.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
A. E. Housman ain't Amanda Antigone asked Baowen Bill Hutchinson Butterfly called character Connie Creon dark dead death door essay Eveline Eveline's eyes face father feel Frank Gallimard girl Glass Menagerie Haemon haiku hair hand head hear heard heart Hopewell ideas Ismene Jocasta Kenny knew Laius laughed Laura light lines live look lottery Madame Butterfly Marc mean mind mother never night Oedipus paper paragraph play poem readers remember Rene rhyme Robert Funk seemed Shirley Jackson smile Song sound stood story Summers sure symbol talk tell Thebes thee theme thesis things thou thought Tiresias tone took topic sentence Toulon turned voice wait walked watch wife woman words writing young Young Goodman Brown