Writing about World Literature

Writing about World Literature Writing about World Literature a new guide created to accompany the Norton Anthology covers the processes and particulars of writing in the world literature survey course Starting with the essential

  • Title: Writing about World Literature
  • Author: Karen M. Gocsik Robert Kirschen
  • ISBN: 9780393918809
  • Page: 342
  • Format: Paperback
  • Writing about World Literature

    Writing about World Literature, a new guide created to accompany the Norton Anthology, covers the processes and particulars of writing in the world literature survey course Starting with the essential question, What is Academic Writing, the guide takes students step by step through the writing process from generating ideas to researching to revising It includes an enWriting about World Literature, a new guide created to accompany the Norton Anthology, covers the processes and particulars of writing in the world literature survey course Starting with the essential question, What is Academic Writing, the guide takes students step by step through the writing process from generating ideas to researching to revising It includes an entire chapter on the different types of writing about world literature including textual and contextual analyses.

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    1. Ellen Zacarias

      My first reaction while reading the book was: where was this book when I was a freshman?! Writing About World Literature is a tiny book in a small trade paperback form. Spanning only 132 pages, it gives you the basic guidelines on how to organize your thought process and come up with ideas for an academic paper. There are five types of papers that she covers in the book:1. textual analysis (breaking a piece down into several parts and explaining how they work) 2. contextual analysis (looking at [...]

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