I. Literary Criticism

@inproceedings{Branny2013ILC,
  title={I. Literary Criticism},
  author={Grażyna Maria Teresa Branny and J. Gill Holland},
  year={2013}
}
T HE PURPOSE OF THIS GUIDE is to help you write critical essays about books or other literary works. When you write literary criticism, you combine reasoned analysis with your personal evaluation of the work. Literary analysis and book reviews differ from the standard book reports you were assigned in earlier grades. A book report is a mere summary of a work that describes what happened in a text and when. However, in literary criticism and book reviews, you must bring your own critical skills… Expand
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Literature: A Student's Guide to Research and Writing
Tells how to select a topic, gather research, take notes, organize one's points, and write and format a report or term paper.