Elizabeth McMahan, Susan X. Day, Robert X. Funk, Linda Coleman
Pearson; 11th edition
For classes such as Writing About Literature, Literature for Composition, and Introduction to Literature.
Reading works of great literature can help students improve their writing and analytical thinking skills.
Why not use great literature to develop your writing abilities and critical thinking when you should be using it in the first place? Great literature is always captivating and always new.
An introduction anthology and in-depth training in the writing process are both included in the 11th edition of Literature and the Writing Process (PDF), which combines the two topics. Enjoying, comprehending, and gaining knowledge from imaginative literature, as well as the ability to write in a way that is both intelligent and clear about what you’ve learned, is made possible by the authors’ skillful integration of literature and composition into a single text that serves multiple purposes.
When it comes to text writing assignments, literature serves as a tool for critical thinking, a method for analysis, and a means of presenting ideas. You will be led step-by-step through the intertwined processes of analytical reading and argumentative writing if you receive rhetorical education that is thoughtfully integrated with the critical study of literature. Readers acquire the ability to write essays by doing so, and in doing so, they learn how to interpret significant components of short stories, plays, and poems.
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