Synopses & Reviews
Each volume offers an inviting mix of classics and less familiar pieces, complemented by concise genre introductions, short headnotes and annotations, brief author biographies, and a glossary of terms. The also include access to innovative writing tips, study and review material, and much more at LitWeb and Norton Literature Online.
Less than half the price of full-length anthologies and more economical than most value editions, are a portable and inexpensive alternative to bulky anthologies.
Informed by Professor Gedalof"s considerable poetry-teaching experience, this practical handbook offers a wide variety of innovative in-class exercises designed to enliven classroom discussion.
Each of these flexible teaching exercises includes straightforward, step-by-step guidelines and suggestions for variation. Free to adopters.
About the Author
Joseph Kelly (PhD, University of Texas, Austin) is Professor of English at the College of Charleston. He is the author of America's Longest Siege: Charleston, Slavery, and the Slow March to Civil War and Our Joyce: From Outcast to Icon.