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Studying Literature: The Essential Companion

by Paul Goring

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0340759461, Paperback)

This indispensible companion combines a concise glossary of critical terms and theories, a review of literary theorists, and even a study skills guide designed for any student of literature, whether in English, comparative literature or foreign language classes.  Written with an awareness of the needs of students, this edition provides a unique blend of academic rigor and practical information.


Jeremy Hawthorn is Professor of Modern British Literature, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway.

This indispensible companion combines a concise glossary of critical terms and theories, a review of literary theorists, and even a study skills guide designed for any student of literature, whether in English, comparative literature or foreign language classes.  Written with an awareness of the needs of students, this edition provides a unique blend of academic rigor and practical information.

This indispensible companion combines a concise glossary of critical terms and theories, a review of literary theorists, and even a study skills guide designed for any student of literature, whether in English, comparative literature or foreign language classes.  Written with an awareness of the needs of students, this edition provides a unique blend of academic rigor and practical information.

"Clearly set out and there is likely to be something for everyone in most of the five sections."—Writing in Education
 
"Excellent introduction to the mechanics of degree-level study of literature - very practical."—Professor M Moran, Brunel University, UK

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