These posters display the main point of each chapter from Thomas C. Foster's brilliant literary guide, How to Read Literature Like a Professor. This resource contains two different versions: one set against a white backdrop for easy printing and one against a black backdrop in case you want it made into a poster. It is set at a resolution of up to 18 x 24" but is also formatted to be printed as handouts. It comes in both PDF and JPEG form. These images are copyright protected; reproduction or redistribution without permission is not permitted.
Please note that I did not portray the phrases from Foster's chapters about sex, since they are worded rather bluntly and I didn't feel they were appropriate for display in a classroom.
This is based Foster's revised version, released in 2014.
This resource is available in my AP Lit Full Course Bundle!