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How to read literature like a professor: a lively and entertaining guide to reading between the lines

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What does it mean when a fictional hero takes a journey?. Shares a meal? Gets drenched in a sudden rain shower? Often, there is much more going on in ... Show synopsis

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  • One of the most useful books ever created Aug 23, 2013
    by Donna Grace

    If you have summer reading homework, this is your book. Even if you don't have summer reading homework, this is your book. If you enjoy reading, this is your book.
    As the title suggests, this book will teach you how to read literature like a professor, which is super valuable even if you aren't taking any lit classes anytime soon. You will get sO much more out of fiction books if you read this first, I promise you.

  • Wonderful book for high school students! Apr 2, 2009
    by KimC

    This is an excellent book for AP or Honors English students. It gives them a 'jump' on what they need to understand for college literature. It is easy for students to read and understand. If I could, I would make all college-bound students read this one book before they enter college. I have assigned it as summer reading for my AP students

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