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Author Foster, Thomas C., author.
Title How to read literature like a professor : for kids / Thomas C. Foster.
Pub Info New York, NY : Harper, [2013]
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Edition First edition.
Descript 168 pages ; 22 cm
text txt rdacontent
unmediated n rdamedia
volume nc rdacarrier
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references, pages 147-153, and index.
Contents How'd he do that? -- Every trip is a quest (except when it's not) -- Nice to eat with you: acts of communion -- Nice to eat with you: acts of vampires -- If it's square, it's a sonnet -- Now where have I seen him before? -- When in doubt, it's from Shakespeare ... -- ... Or the Bible -- Hanseldee and Greteldum -- It's Greek to me -- It's more than just rain or snow or springtime -- Is that a symbol? -- It's all political -- Geography matters -- One story -- Marked for greatness -- He's blind for a reason, you know -- It's never just heart disease ... and rarely just illness -- Don't read with your eyes -- Is he serious? And other ironies -- A test case.
Summary Selected by a master storyteller and beloved New York Times best-selling author, the 16 stories in this menagerie will introduce teen readers to a host of strange, wondrous beings that have never existed anyplace but in the richness of the imagination.
Audience Middle School.
Genre Literature.
Subject Books and reading.
Literature -- History and criticism.
Books and reading -- Juvenile literature.
Criticism -- Juvenile literature.
Literature -- Juvenile literature.
Literature -- History and criticism -- Juvenile literature.
ISBN 9780062200860 (trade binding)
0062200860 (trade binding)
9780062200853 (paperback)
0062200852 (paperback)
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