Like the first two editions of A Guide to Literary Criticism and Research, this edition is based both on a recognition of a practical need felt in many literature courses and a view of literary study. It attempts to meet the practical need by offering upper-level students a condensed but adequate guide to the range of modern criticism and to basic methods of research. In addition, it is a hope that the book will give students a more comprehensive view of literary study by helping them to recognize criticism and research as two closely linked parts of a single process.Structure and Organization Whatever an individuala#39;s specific approach, literary papers usually share certain elements of ... One might, for example, think of a literary essay as an argument about what a work means or how it should be read; anbsp;...
|Title||:||A Guide to Literary Criticism and Research|
|Author||:||Bonnie Klomp Stevens, Larry L. Stewart|
|Publisher||:||Harcourt College Pub - 1996-01-01|