Introduction to Online Literature Research webinar

Introduction to Online Literature Research webinar

Hello everyone and welcome to Intro to Library Resources for Literary Research. This is part of a webinar series that Georgia State University Library is doing this semester particularly for online students, but this will certainly be helpful to anyone doing library research this semester. My name is Scott Pieper. I’m a librarian at the […]

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Best Apps of Literature (apps to help you study literature)

Best Apps of Literature (apps to help you study literature)

what’s other guys how’s it going. Today I have a new video for you it’s about apps that can help you to study literature effectively and in this video I’m gonna record my mobile phone screen so you can see the apps directly used by me let’s check it out ok here we are again […]

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Reader, it’s Jane Eyre – Crash Course Literature 207

Reader, it’s Jane Eyre – Crash Course Literature 207

Hi, I’m John Green, this is Crash Course Literature, and today we’re going to be talking about Charlotte Bronte’s “Jane Eyre.” It’s a classic! It says so right on the spine. Mr. Green! Mr. Green! You sound like Dirty Harry. Yup, I got a cold, Me From the Past. Plus, it was just kind of […]

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Race, Class, and Gender in To Kill a Mockingbird: Crash Course Literature 211

Race, Class, and Gender in To Kill a Mockingbird: Crash Course Literature 211

Hi, I’m John Green, this is Crash Course Literature, and today we continue our discussion of To Kill a Mockingbird. So the takeaway from last week’s video about Mockingbird was this: “You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view–until you climb into his skin and walk around in […]

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The Handmaids Tale Part 1: Crash Course Literature #403

The Handmaids Tale Part 1: Crash Course Literature #403

Hi, I’m John Green. This is Crash Course Literature and last week we wrapped up our discussion of George Orwell’s 1984. Lately here at Crash Course, we’ve been a bit preoccupied with dystopias — which is to say, imagined futures where things have gone horribly wrong. You know, as opposed to the present. I’ve always […]

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How to Analyze Literature

HACC Tutoring presents, “How to Analyze Literature.” Literary analysis can be intimidating to a lot of students, and it does take some critical thinking. However, it doesn’t have to be a mystery. First, let’s define literary analysis. Analysis in general means that you are examining something critically by looking at its separate parts. So, if […]

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To the Lighthouse: Crash Course Literature #408

To the Lighthouse: Crash Course Literature #408

Hi, I’m John Green, this is Crash Course Literature, and today we’re letting Virginia Woolf take us to the lighthouse. Well, assuming the weather holds and we don’t get lost in our endless spiraling contemplation of the ephemerality of all human life. We’re gonna explore ‘To the Lighthouse’ as a modernist novel, examine its form […]

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Their Eyes Were Watching God: Crash Course Literature 301

Their Eyes Were Watching God: Crash Course Literature 301

Hi, I’m John Green, this is Crash Course Literature and your eyes are watching me, but Their Eyes Are Watching God. I’d like to apologize to my friends and family for that joke. Anyway today we’re discussing Zora Neale Hurston’s brilliant novel of a woman’s self-realization and empowerment. Or, possibly, a cautionary tale about the […]

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Top 10 Facts About FERDINAND DE SAUSSURE’s Theories

Top 10 Facts About FERDINAND DE SAUSSURE’s Theories Contemporary literary and cultural theory is viewed as taking its origins from the birth of modern linguistics, which emerged in the work of Swiss linguist and semiotician Ferdinand de Saussure. Born in Geneva in 1857, Saussure is considered one of the founders of 20th-century linguistics. Upon his […]

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