Writers As Readers

Author: Various
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0349008639
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Essays in the collection include: Hilary Mantel on Elizabeth Taylor, Kate Saunders on Barbara Pym, Alexander McCall Smith on Angela Thirkell, Jane Gardam on Barbara Comyns, Sarah Dunant on Daphne du Maurier, Angela Carter on Charlotte ...

Readers And Writers In The Ancient Novel

Author: Michael Paschalis
Publisher: Barkhuis
ISBN: 9077922547
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The present volume comprises most of the papers delivered at RICAN 4 in 2007. The focus is placed on readers and writers in the ancient novel and broadly in ancient fiction, though without ignoring readers and writers of the ancient novel.

Romanticism Gendered

Author: Andrea Fischerovà
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
ISBN:
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Although letters are usually seen as additional sources of reference in literary studies, in this book they are treated as the dominant information material: correspondence enables to reconsider British Romanticism on the basis of the ...

Crossed Correspondences

Author: Vanessa Guignery
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781443886994
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The aim of this collection of essays is to analyse the specificity of letters in which writers comment not only on the production of their correspondent, but also on their own artistic approach and their own work while it is still in ...

Bible Readers And Lay Writers In Early Modern England

Author: Kate Narveson
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317174437
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Chapter 3 Application to the Self: Reading and the Restructuring of Identity I have
focused thus far on how lay Scripture readers acquired techniques for analyzing,
organizing, and assembling material for their own devotional writing. But it is one
thing to map the ways in which these technologies would equip them to be
writers as well as readers. I want to argue further that the ways they were trained
to read Scripture also taught them to apply what they read to their particular lives,
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Gothic Re Visions

Author: Susan Wolstenholme
Publisher: SUNY Press
ISBN: 9780791412190
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" This book argues that Gothic modes provide women who write with special means to negotiate their way through their double status as women and as writers, and to subvert the power relationships that hinder women writers.

Supporting Struggling Readers And Writers

Author: Dorothy S. Strickland
Publisher: Stenhouse Publishers
ISBN: 1571100555
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Mildly disabled learners need to experience success as readers and writers.
Many of the materials used in the curriculum will be difficult for these learners.
Nevertheless, they must have daily opportunities to practice decoding and
comprehension skills on materials that they can handle successfully. Multilevel
literacy tasks, such as writing a story or a report, work Supporting Struggling
Readers and Writers Supporting Struggling Readers and Writers: Strategies for
Classroom ...

A Primer Of The Novel

Author: David Madden
Publisher: Scarecrow Press
ISBN: 1461655978
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However, these works tend to be either written solely for writers or solely for readers. More often than not, those written for readers tend to be aimed at advanced students or critics of the novel.

Close Reading And Writing From Sources

Author: Douglas Fisher
Publisher: International Reading Assoc.
ISBN: 0872071588
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We read for a variety of purposes—for enjoyment, to learn, to do something—but
comparatively speaking, relatively little of our reading is specifically for the
intention of writing. Yet, in school, much of the reading we ask students to do is
meant to result in a written product. Flower (1990b) argues that this type of
reading requires a specialized set of cognitive, social, and linguistic processes (
see Figure 5.1). When faced with this task, students must read both as readers
and as writers.

Romantic Encounters

Author: Melissa Frazier
Publisher: Stanford University Press
ISBN: 9780804755177
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Romantic Encounters focuses on literary periodicals of the 1830s to describe the destabilization of readerly and writerly identities which occurs when Romantic irony meets an apparently rising literary marketplace.