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Student Companion to Mark Twain (Student Companions to Classic Writers)

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Grade 9 Up-Aids to understanding and analyzing literary works. These volumes begin with biographical details about the writers, their backgrounds, the times in which they lived, influences on their lives and writings, and their literary contributions. Major works and plot developments, settings, characters, themes, style, setting, and criticism are also discussed. Twain also considers his personal travel narratives and some of his short stories. Bront' includes discussions of the family, the novel in the 19th century, the Victorian age, the Romantic movement, recurring themes of nature and women and society, literary devices, and alternative criticism. The extensive bibliographies include reviews, books, and magazine articles. Students will find a wealth of information in these useful volumes.
Pat Bender, The Shipley School, Bryn Mawr, PA
Copyright 2002 Reed Business Information, Inc.

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"Students will find a wealth of information in this useful volume."-School Library Journal

?Students will find a wealth of information in this useful volume.?-School Library Journal
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