How to Read Literature Like a Professor

How to Read Literature Like a Professor Sources and ClassicNote Author

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  • Armstrong, Nancy, and Leonard Tennenhouse. The Violence of Representation (Routledge Revivals): Literature and the History of Violence. Routledge, 2014.

  • Doob, Penelope Reed. The idea of the labyrinth from classical antiquity through the Middle Ages. Cornell Univ Pr, 1990.

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  • Jeffrey, David L. A dictionary of biblical tradition in English literature. Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 1992.

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  • Detweiler, Robert. "Christ and the Christ Figure in American Fiction." The Christian Scholar (1964): 111-124.

  • Woolf, Rosemary. "The Theme of Christ the Lover-Knight in Medieval English Literature." The Review of English Studies 13.49 (1962): 1-16.

  • Wilentz, Gay. "If You Surrender to the Air: Folk Legends of Flight and Resistance in African American Literature." Melus (1989): 21-32.

  • Blair, Kirstie. Victorian Poetry and the Culture of the Heart. Oxford University Press, 2006.

  • Linett, Maren. "Blindness and Intimacy in Early Twentieth-Century Literature."Mosaic: a journal for the interdisciplinary study of literature 46.3 (2013): 27-42.

  • McKee, John B. Literary Irony and the Literary Audience, Studies in the Victimization of the Reader in Augustan Fiction. Rodopi, 1974.

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