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Download The Complete Idiot's Guide to English Literature - Jay Stevenson
The Complete Idiot's Guide to English Literature

Explore the canon of great writers.

In this incredible volume, English professor Jay Stevenson teaches readers everything they want?and need?to know about English literature. From Chaucer, Shakespeare, Milton, and Keats, to more modern figures like Nabokov, Salinger, Morrison, and Updike, this handy guide also includes information on periods, time frames, every type of criticism, the differences and similarities of the literature on each side of the Atlantic, and more.
?Fascinating, fact-filled writing that explores English literature as it is studied right now
?Terrific supplementary reading for AP English Lit students
?Helps readers explore and study fiction, plays, poems, and prose

Author: Jay Stevenson
Pages: 352 pages
Format: PDF
Size: 34.95 Mb
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