Vignettes for Understanding Literary and Related Concepts

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AuthorHouse, Oct 29, 2004 - Reference - 216 pages
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It is, in part, because of this that she has put together VIGNETTES FOR UNDERSTAND1NG LITERARY AND RELATED CONCEPTS. This book is, therefore, filled with suggestions for introducing and explaining a broad variety of literary topics. Her students and fellow teachers have always been eager to hear the next little "vignette" which she often uses so amusingly to illustrate her points. Not only will new and seasoned teachers as well as more highly motivated students be the beneficiaries of this user-friendly guide, but now everyone can enjoy her expertise and humor in this delightful literary handbook.

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Rosemary Jenkins resides in Frisco, Texas. She was raised in Shreveport, Louisiana. She has more than a decade of experience as a Vocational Counselor which allows her to work with diverse populations. She is a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor. Her Education background includes an undergraduate degree in Counseling and School Psychology from Wichita State University in Wichita, Kansas. While having reflected on her own life adventures, Jenkins states that too many of our life mistakes can take us too long to learn when we have not equipped ourselves to manage them better. Jenkins also states that a crucial time in preparing for such is during high school as we are preparing to graduate.

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