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Literary Terms: A Practical Glossary

by Brian Moon

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Literary Terms: A Practical Glossary

Grades 9 – 12
Type Book
Pages 177
Published November 1999
Publisher National Council of Teachers of English

 

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Literary Terms: A Practical Glossary provides up-to-date definitions, drawing on recent developments in literary theory and emphasizing the role of reading practices in the reproduction of literary meanings. Unlike other glossaries, it includes brief activities to help students develop a working knowledge of the concepts.

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Moon, B. (1999). Literary Terms: A Practical Glossary (The NCTE Chalkface Series). National Council of Teachers of English: Urbana, Illinois.

 

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