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Publication Date: 2000
Publisher: Bedford/st Martins
- An emphasis on the process of writing throughout, with four chapters in Part One covering every step of the writing process, and unique Writing in Process Casebooks (13 in all) that demystify the steps to writing successful literary papers.- A comprehensive four-genre introduction to literature gives students the tools they need to analyze and write about distinct literary forms. Part Two introduces students to key elements of fiction, poetry, drama, and the essay, helping them to critically read, think, and write about each specific genre.- A rich thematic anthology gives students many reasons to write -- 41 stories, 153 poems, 12 plays, and 17 essays -- and includes both classic and contemporary examples of each genre.Meyer, Michael is the author of 'Thinking and Writing About Literature A Text and Anthology', published 2000 under ISBN 9780312248741 and ISBN 0312248741.
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