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There are 24 products in Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries.  [View all]

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Approaches to Teaching Shorter Elizabethan Poetry
This collection of essays presents materials and strategies for helping students and teachers share in the enjoyment of Elizabethan poetry. ... more info

Editor(s): Patrick Cheney, Anne Lake Prescott


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Approaches to Teaching English Renaissance Drama
This volume explores the compelling dramatic techniques and rich language found in a wide variety of both well-known and less-familiar Renaissance plays. ... more info

Editor(s): Karen Bamford, Alexander Leggat


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Approaches to Teaching Lazarillo de Tormes and the Picaresque Tradition
"The collection of essays may be most fruitful for those teachers, whether experienced or novice, who are exploring ways to teach Lazarillo and the Spanish picaresque in an interdisciplinary context."... more info

Editor(s): Anne J. Cruz


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Approaches to Teaching Marguerite de Navarre's Heptameron
"It will greatly benefit those who face the challenging pedagogical endeavor of making the study of the Heptameron accessible and rewarding." Sixteenth Century Journal "This text is a superb contribution... more info

Editor(s): Colette H. Winn


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Approaches to Teaching the Metaphysical Poets
Using the now controversial designation metaphysical as a term to be debated or dissected, this book helps teachers with the classroom process of discriminating among the metaphysical and other poems... more info

Editor(s): Sidney Gottlieb
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Approaches to Teaching Montaigne's Essays
Debated and discussed by countless writers and readers during the last four hundred years, Montaigne's Essays constitutes the first example of a major new literary genre and originates the moralist... more info

Editor(s): Patrick Henry


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Approaches to Teaching Murasaki Shikibu's The Tale of Genji
Arguably the most important work of premodern Japanese literature, Murasaki Shikibu's The Tale of Genji is a fictional narrative of courtly life in ancient Japan. ... more info

Editor(s): Edward Kamens


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Approaches to Teaching the Works of Fran├žois Rabelais
"This volume meets an essential pedagogical need in the field and will therefore be a most welcome addition to the MLA Approaches series." David Posner, Loyola University, Chicago... more info

Editor(s): Todd W. Reeser, Floyd Gray


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Approaches to Teaching Shakespeare's Hamlet
For centuries Hamlet has been a source of inspiration for readers and audiences. The play's characters fascinated Romantic critics from Goethe to Coleridge, its themes interested psychoanalytic theorists from Freud... more info

Editor(s): Bernice W. Kliman


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Approaches to Teaching Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet
Taught widely in high school and college, Romeo and Juliet may be Shakespeare's most accessible work. Teenagers and young adults identify with the play's interfamilial conflict, the love story, and... more info

Editor(s): Maurice Hunt


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