Writing about literature
"Writing about Literature "serves as a hands-on guide for writing about literature, thus justifying the integration of literature and composition. The reading of literature encourages students to think, and the use of literary topics gives instructors a viable way to combine writing and literary study.
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The Process of Reading
Reading and Responding in a Journal
Drafting Your Essay
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