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Union Square Reading Group Message Board › HOw to REad Literature LIke a Professor

HOw to REad Literature LIke a Professor

Judy A.
j.emily
New York, NY
Post #: 20
I've decided to sharpen my literary analysis skills, and one of the books I found is this one, by Thomas C. Foster. It is very readable, enjoyable, even funny - not like some droning professor talking about 'the New Criticism' at all. I recommend it as much for the pleasure of reading it as for the guidance it contains.

It's available on Kindle, and you can probably read a sample online. I can barely put it down.
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