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Applying "How to Read Literature Like a Professor" Concepts on Literary Violence

Applying "How to Read Literature Like a Professor" Concepts on Literary Violence
Applying "How to Read Literature Like a Professor" Concepts on Literary Violence
Applying "How to Read Literature Like a Professor" Concepts on Literary Violence
Applying "How to Read Literature Like a Professor" Concepts on Literary Violence
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This is a work sample demonstrating how students apply Thomas C. Foster's "How to Read Literature Like a Professor" lesson on violence to a piece of literature. For this activity, the teacher applied one violent scene from Rudolfo Anaya's "Bless Me, Ultima" and synthesized Foster's literary concepts of narrative and authorial violence. This work sample can be used as an exemplar for students. It is recommended for teachers to use it as a model for writing and analytical study of literary violence. It also demonstrates how the same scene in a piece of literature can be analyzed with for two different purposes.
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3 pages
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45 minutes
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