Using Internet Primary Sources to Teach Critical Thinking in World Literature.
Using internet primary sources to teach critical thinking in world literature.
Kent-Drury, Roxanne M. (Libraries Unlimited professional guides in school librarianship series)
Libraries Unlimited, [c]2005
For literature educators and library media specialists, a guide to Net resources on the topic of world literature. It includes sources for primary material such as the texts of plays, poems, and novels and also resources that provide cultural context, background, and in some cases critical theory. Chapters cover: locating and evaluating Internet resources; tools of literary analysis; major resources of general interdisciplinary interest; religion and folklore; the ancient world; classical Greek and Roman literature; Europe before print; early modern and contemporary Europe; and non-European world literatures. Kent-Drury teaches in the literature and language department at Northern Kentucky U.
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