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author of the novel. 2. Does the thesis statement present a conclusion about the novel based on a literary element or stylistic device? _Circle the literary element or the stylistic device identified in the thesis. 3. Do the body paragraphs develop main ideas to support the thesis statement? _Label each main idea that supports the .

Feminist Literary Criticism and Wuthering Heights BISWANATH MAHAPATRA Department of English, Khatra Adibasi Mahavidyalaya, Khatra, West Bengal, India Feminist criticism is the most outstanding discovery in the realm of theory as well as in the world of women. Feminist criticism comes in literary world in many forms and feminist critics have .

the field of Native literary analysis, it seeks to intervene in the gaps of literary nationalist approaches by reading the works of Zitkala-Sa, Janet Campbell Hale and Linda Hogan from a red feminist perspective which makes central considerations of gender. Using contemporary Indigenous feminist theory and

Sarcevic (2000) says that the right translation strategy is the one that could differentiates between literary and non-literary texts. Legal texts was classified as non-literary text, it needs neither creativity nor hermeneutics in translation. It is currently known as special-purpose texts.

LITR330, Literary Theory, will allow students to encounter the critical theoretical thinking of major figures. Students will also read a number of literary texts from the major genre—short and long prose, poetry, and drama—and write critical responses to those works using the theoretical tools presented in the central textbook.

works that students would find useful in translating different texts. These approaches are not comprehensive but representative of the main translation approaches used in the field. 2. Literary Texts This module introduces students to literary texts and literary translation from English into Arabic, covering poetry, fiction and drama.

CHAPTER 3 89 Relative Achievement by Literary and Informational Reading Purposes The PIRLS 2011 assessment included five literary passages and five informational passages, so that half of the assessment was devoted to each purpose. As described in Chapter 2, the literary texts were fictional stories where students

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the success of close reading, this study assesses its practice in New York State. Background To stimulate deep thinking into literary passages, Richards (2001) developed close reading, patterned after the literary criticism movement. The purpose of the movement was to provide literary

humanities. We’ll talk about the basic tools of literary study, from writing academic articles and conference talks, to using archives and digital resources. We’ll also be thinking about voice and ethos, the styles and aims of literary study, from recent trends in critical theory and pra

literary works; and to cultivate an understanding of the relationship between literary texts and their contexts. To foster the development of critical views about literature, students will be expected to read, discuss, and write about a variety of literary works. This course was previousl

different perspective and see the relevance of literary theory in the reading of literary genres. Moreover, this study is important in a sense that it discusses a body of literary works in particular prose fiction by one single author who is regarded as a one of the non-canonical fig