Literature, Class, and Culture

Literature, Class, and Culture

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Literature, Class, and Culture, the latest volume in the Literature and Culture Series, a series devoted to presenting thoughtful and diverse approaches to the presenting literature, is a thematic literature anthology that focuses solely on the consideration of class in qclass-lessq America. Through stories, poems, songs, and essays, these selections from Edith Wharton, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Woody Guthrie, Toni Cade Bambara, Sholem Asch, Dorothy Allison, and others provoke readers to examine their own economic, political, and psychological circumstances. For anyone interested in the connection between literature, class, and culture.I offer a brief guide to research, with a listing of some of the most common bibliographic entries according to the Modern Language Association format. ... No reader likes to read an essay that digresses or uses 35 words to state a 1 5- word idea. ... Even a short assignment (aquot;Write a 500-word essay that explores why you think America isa€” or is nota€” a classless societyaquot;) makes significant demands on any writer: time and effort to think, read, reflect, procrastinate, get started and getanbsp;...


Title:Literature, Class, and Culture
Author: Paul Lauter, Ann Fitzgerald
Publisher:Longman Publishing Group - 2001
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