From Homer to Kafka to Marquez, this anthology introduces students to world literature and differing cultures while improving their academic skills in listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Explorations in World Literature offers 32 classic and contemporary selections from around the world and presents a broad spectrum of literary styles and balanced racial, ethnic, and gender perspectives. With a variety of postreading activities, this text provides students with a solid introduction to some of the best of world literature.Oliver Twist is said to be the first novel in the English language to take a child as its central character. ... The replacement of hand tools by machines and the development of industrial production resulted in social and economic changes that were not always good, especially for the ... The end of the nineteenth century saw profound changes marking the transition from the Victorian to the modern novel.
|Title||:||Explorations in World Literature Instructor's Manual|
|Author||:||Carole M. Shaffer-Koros, Jessie M. Reppy|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 1998-07-28|