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Elements of Literature, 6th Course: Literature of Britain with World Classics

by Richard Vacca Robert E. Probst Robert Anderson John Malcolm Brinnin John Leggett

Discover more about the stories, poems, and essays in Elements of Literature by logging on to the Internet. At go.hrw.com we help you complete your homework assignments, learn more about your favorite writers, and find facts that support your ideas and inspire you with new ones.

Elements of Literature First Course

by Naomi Shihab Nye Robert Anderson John Malcolm Brinnin John Leggett David Adams Leeming

This Literature books covers elements of conflicts, characters, discoveries, short story, poetry, drama, fantasy, science fiction, the myths of Greece & Rome, nonfiction, folktales, fables and novel.

Elements of Literature: Introductory Course

by Judith L. Irvin Robert Anderson John Malcolm Brinnin John Leggett Robert Probst

The contents of this course include eight collections viz., Moments of Truth; Unforgettable Personalities; Machine Mania: People and Technology; All Creatures Great and Small; Justice for All; Building Bridges; Explaining Our World: Fact and Folklore; and Tell Me a Tale.

Elements Of Literature Second Course

by Robert Anderson John Malcolm Brinnin John Leggett David Adams Leeming

Elements Of Literature Second Course is specially designed to accommodate all students to learn literature, enabling them to acquire a skill at a time. It gives teachers an exciting way to teach in the classrooms as it also provides a teachers manual for every course titles. The English Department could not have a better book that masters, captures and informs on the elements of literature.

Elements of Literature, Second Course

by Robert Anderson John Malcolm Brinnin John Leggett David Adams Leeming Naomi Shihab

Throughout this book, you'll find some short passages that have been read by a reader whose responses are noted in the margin. Different readers will have different responses, but everyone who reads has some reaction. You should be aware of your responses as you read; at times, you will want to write them down. They will be useful when you write about the story later on. If you own a book, you can write in it as much as you like. Since this isn't true of a textbook, you should write your responses on paper.

Elements of Literature: Third Course

by Janet Burroway Robert Anderson John Malcolm Brinnin David Adams Leeming

This third course text book contains The Art of Storytelling, What Is Poetry, The Elements of Drama, The Elements of a Novel, and Biography and Autobiography.

Holt Elements of Literature, Fifth Course: Literature of the United States with Literature of the Americas

by Richard Vacca Robert E. Probst Robert Anderson John Malcolm Brinnin John Leggett

This book provides a great selection of American literature, beginning with Native American and moving on to the twentieth century.

Holt Elements of Literature, Fourth Course, with Readings in World Literature

by Kylene Beers Robert E. Probst Robert Anderson John Malcolm Brinnin John Leggett

This book makes Literature learning easier by providing a collection of interesting poems, stories, and essays.

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