World Literature practice testJuly 27, 2016 – 11:41 pm

World Literature practice test

Ace the CLEP test using our CLEP exam study guide with practice questions. Quickly Solve Difficult CLEP Test Questions with the CLEP Flashcard Study System. The College Board administers the College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) to give students an opportunity to demonstrate undergraduate-level understanding of core subjects. Most of the universities and colleges in the United States will reward qualifying scores on the CLEP exams with college… sumokoin майнинг

World Literature for KidsJuly 7, 2016 – 08:51 pm

World Literature for Kids

~posted by Ruth This year, Jacob and Molly are joining their school’s orchestra, which means it’s time for music lessons! Excitement has mounted as they chose their instruments: Molly loves the clarinet and Jacob is excited to play the violin. Of course, it made me think of how to pair books and music and luckily, I found several that fit the bill. Can You Hear It? by William Lach The perfect book to introduce young readers (and young musicians) to…

World Literature ClassicsJuly 3, 2016 – 08:48 pm

World Literature Classics

Welcome! This annual scholarly journal is published by students in the Department of Comparative World Literature & Classics at California State University, Long Beach. Genre is dedicated to publishing creative and scholarly work in the Humanities as well as essays related to the annual Comparative Literature conference. Reviews of current works of literary criticism, literature and local Southern California art exhibitions are also featured…

World Literature? David DamroschJune 29, 2016 – 08:35 pm

World Literature? David Damrosch

World literature has become a subject of lively – sometimes heated – debate in recent years, both as a body of texts and as “a problem, ” as Franco Moretti remarked in his influential pair of conjectural articles (Moretti 2, 2003). Much of the discussion since then has focused on issues of scale and the challenges of incorporating a meaningful range of the world’s literatures in our work, whether when teaching a sophomore-level survey course or in…

World Literature American SchoolJune 17, 2016 – 08:21 pm

World Literature American School

Meet Mr. William Garcia - IB Literature 2 AND American Literature Teacher Howdy. I am a native Texan, recently transplanted to Ann Arbor while my wife pursues a PhD at the University of Michigan. I hold a BS in Radio-TV-Film Production from the University of Texas and a Master of Arts in English Literature from the Bread Loaf School of English. I have taught all levels of AP English, as well as classes for the Intentional Cambridge IGCSE English exam…

World Literature - Adam and EveJune 13, 2016 – 08:18 pm

World Literature - Adam and Eve

Adam and Eve, by Gail Caulfield, Villa Montalvo (Italy) Genesis 2: 18–22 After a while, the glitter began to fade, the way a bright star, regarded full-on, becomes the ghost of itself behind the shuttered eye. After a while, he couldn’t look past the next in line, couldn’t bear the beastly swizzle that curved beyond the perfect sluice of sun that gilded the perfect pasture in perfect shades of umber. Horse. Cow. Rat. Elephant. Monkey. Mole. And this…

Types of LiteratureJune 9, 2016 – 08:12 pm

Types of Literature

Categorizing Literature Back in ancient Greece, literature was divided into two main categories: tragedy and comedy. Nowadays the list of possible types and genres of literature can seem endless. But it is still possible to narrow down the vast amount of literature available into a few basic groups. The five genres of literature students should be familiar with are Poetry, Drama, Prose, Nonfiction, and Media—each of which is explained in more detail…