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  • Approaches to Teaching "the Story of the Stone (Dream of the Red Chamber)" by Andrew Schonebaum
    Approaches to Teaching "the Story of the Stone (Dream of the Red Chamber)" (English, Paperback) Andrew Schonebaum

    The Story of the Stone (or Dream of the Red Chamber), a Chinese novel by Cao Xueqin and continued by Gao E, tells of an amazing garden, of a young man's choice between two beautiful women, of his journey toward enlightenment, and of the moral and financial decline of a powerful family.

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  • Approaches to Teaching Sand's Indiana by David A. Powell
    Approaches to Teaching Sand's Indiana (English, Paperback) David A. Powell

    Written in 1832, George Sand's Indianaappeared during a period of French history marked by revolution and regime change, civil unrest, and slave revolts, when women faced rigid social constraints and had limited rights within marriage. This volume gathers pedagogical essays that will enhance the teaching of Indiana and contribute to students' understanding and appreciation of the novel.

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  • Approaches to Teaching Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings and Other Works by Leslie A. Donovan
    Approaches to Teaching Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings and Other Works (English, Paperback) Leslie A. Donovan

    "This work fills a major need. It will give graduate students and experienced professors alike the confidence to teach Tolkien and the ability to construct a meaningful and challenging course." - Janet Brennan Croft, University of Oklahoma

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  • Approaches to Teaching Chaucer's Canterbury Tales by Peter W. Travis
    Approaches to Teaching Chaucer's Canterbury Tales (English, Paperback) Peter W. Travis

    This second edition of Approaches to Teaching Chaucer's Canterbury Tales reflects the wide variety of contexts in which students encounter the poem and the diversity of perspectives and methods instructors bring to it. Perennial topics such as class, medieval marriage, genre, and tale order rub shoulders with considerations of violence, postcoloniality, masculinities, race, and food.

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  • Approaches to Teaching the Works of Gertrude Stein by Logan Esdale
    Approaches to Teaching the Works of Gertrude Stein (English, Paperback) Logan Esdale

    Offers pedagogical techniques for teaching the prose, poetry, plays, and libretti of Gertrude Stein in college literature and composition classrooms, including consideration of race, gender, sexuality, narrative, diversity, identity, and visual arts. Includes information on reference works and online resources. Gives syllabus suggestions for undergraduate and graduate courses.

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  • Approaches to Teaching the Works of Charles W. Chesnutt by Susanna Ashton
    Approaches to Teaching the Works of Charles W. Chesnutt (English, Hardback) Susanna Ashton

    Growing up in Cleveland after the Civil War and during the brutal rollback of Reconstruction and the onset of Jim Crow, Charles W. Chesnutt could have passed as white but chose to identify himself as black. An intellectual and activist involved with the NAACP who engaged in debate with Booker T. Washington and W. E. B. Du Bois, he wrote fiction and essays that addressed issue as various as...

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  • Approaches to Teaching Baraka's Dutchman by Gerald Early
    Approaches to Teaching Baraka's Dutchman (English, Paperback) Gerald Early

    First performed in 1964, Amiri Baraka's play about a charged encounter between a black man and a white woman still has the power to shock. The play, steeped in the racial issues of its time, continues to speak to racial violence and inequality today. This volume offers strategies for guiding students through this short but challenging text.

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  • Approaches to Teaching Hugo's Les Miserables by Michal Ginsbug
    Approaches to Teaching Hugo's Les Miserables (English, Hardback) Michal Ginsbug

    The greatest work of one of France's greatest writers, Victor Hugo's Les Miserables seemed stylistically and even politically out of date when it was published in 1862. The novel's length, multiple narratives, and encyclopaedic digressiveness make it a pleasure to read but a challenge to teach. This volume is designed to address the needs of instructors in a variety of courses.

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  • Approaches to Teaching Wiesel's Night by Alan Rosen
    Approaches to Teaching Wiesel's Night (English, Paperback) Alan Rosen

    The seventeen essays of this volume in the MLA series Approaches to Teaching World Literature examine the historical, cultural, and literary contexts of Wiesel's book as well as strategies for teaching it in the classroom.

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  • Approaches to Teaching the Works of Orhan Pamuk by Sevinc Turkkan
    Approaches to Teaching the Works of Orhan Pamuk (English, Hardback) Sevinc Turkkan

    Winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2006, Orhan Pamuk is Turkey's preeminent novelist and internationally recognized figure of letters. Influenced by both Turkish and European literature, his works interrogate problems of modernity and of East and West in the Turkish context and incorporate the Ottoman legacy linguistically and thematically. The stylistic and thematic aspects of his novels,...

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  • Approaches to Teaching the Works of Orhan Pamuk by Sevinc Turkkan
    Approaches to Teaching the Works of Orhan Pamuk (English, Paperback) Sevinc Turkkan

    Winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2006, Orhan Pamuk is Turkey's preeminent novelist and internationally recognized figure of letters. Influenced by both Turkish and European literature, his works interrogate problems of modernity and of East and West in the Turkish context and incorporate the Ottoman legacy linguistically and thematically. The stylistic and thematic aspects of his novels,...

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  • Approaches to Teaching the Writings of Emilia Pardo Bazan by Margot Versteeg
    Approaches to Teaching the Writings of Emilia Pardo Bazan (English, Hardback) Margot Versteeg

    "Emilia Pardo Bazan is without a doubt the most prolific and influential woman writer of late-nineteenth-century Spain", write the editors of this volume. Her writings cover topics from science and technology to fashion and gender equality. This volume provides biographical and critical resources, and explores Pardo-Bazan's engagement with contemporary literary movements, feminism and gender.

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  • Approaches to Teaching the Writings of Emilia Pardo Bazan by Margot Versteeg
    Approaches to Teaching the Writings of Emilia Pardo Bazan (English, Paperback) Margot Versteeg

    "Emilia Pardo Bazan is without a doubt the most prolific and influential woman writer of late-nineteenth-century Spain", write the editors of this volume. Her writings cover topics from science and technology to fashion and gender equality. This volume provides biographical and critical resources, and explores Pardo-Bazan's engagement with contemporary literary movements, feminism and gender.

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  • Approaches to Teaching Shakespeare's Hamlet by Bernice W. Kliman
    Approaches to Teaching Shakespeare's Hamlet (English, Paperback) Bernice W. Kliman

    This Approaches volume culls from thousands of works on Hamlet those editions, anthologies, reference materials, films, and Web sites that will be of greatest help to teachers. The essays present a wide array of techniques and tips for presenting the play to students.

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  • Approaches to Teaching the Works of Charles W. Chesnutt by Susanna Ashton
    Approaches to Teaching the Works of Charles W. Chesnutt (English, Paperback) Susanna Ashton

    Growing up in Cleveland after the Civil War and during the brutal rollback of Reconstruction and the onset of Jim Crow, Charles W. Chesnutt could have passed as white but chose to identify himself as black. An intellectual and activist involved with the NAACP who engaged in debate with Booker T. Washington and W. E. B. Du Bois, he wrote fiction and essays that addressed issue as various as...

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  • Approaches to Teaching the Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson by Mark C. Long
    Approaches to Teaching the Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson (English, Paperback) Mark C. Long

    A leader of the transcendentalist movement and one of the country's first public intellectuals, Ralph Waldo Emerson has been a long-standing presence in American literature courses. Today he is remembered for his essays, but in the nineteenth century he was also known as a poet and orator who engaged with issues such as religion, nature, education, and abolition....

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  • Approaches to Teaching Hugo's Les Miserables by Michal Ginsbug
    Approaches to Teaching Hugo's Les Miserables (English, Paperback) Michal Ginsbug

    The greatest work of one of France's greatest writers, Victor Hugo's Les Miserables seemed stylistically and even politically out of date when it was published in 1862. The novel's length, multiple narratives, and encyclopaedic digressiveness make it a pleasure to read but a challenge to teach. This volume is designed to address the needs of instructors in a variety of courses.

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  • Approaches to Teaching Virgil's Aeneid by William S. Anderson
    Approaches to Teaching Virgil's Aeneid (English, Paperback) William S. Anderson

    Vergil's Aeneid has been the most continually read and discussed work by a Roman author in the history of Western literature. Yet it can be a challenging work to teach--Vergil is a complex, subtle poet; his culture and time are removed from us; and Latin is less studied in college than it was a generation ago....

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  • Approaches to Teaching Baraka's Dutchman by Gerald Early
    Approaches to Teaching Baraka's Dutchman (English, Hardback) Gerald Early

    First performed in 1964, Amiri Baraka's play about a charged encounter between a black man and a white woman still has the power to shock. The play, steeped in the racial issues of its time, continues to speak to racial violence and inequality today. This volume offers strategies for guiding students through this short but challenging text.

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  • Approaches to Teaching Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby by Jackson R. Bryer
    Approaches to Teaching Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby (English, Paperback) Jackson R. Bryer

    "Who is this Gatsby anyhow?" Answering that question, voiced by one of the book's characters, is fundamental to teaching F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby. Although there is no simple answer, classroom analysis of this classic American novel can lead to a rich exploration of the colorful yet contradictory period Fitzgerald dubbed the Jazz Age. The novel also prompts considerations of...

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