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Lives Through Literature: A Thematic Anthology

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A thematic anthology, this work intends to teach and encourage student participation in the study of literature, critical thinking, and writing. Literary texts are interwoven to demonstrate interrelationships of life experience as expressed in sacred and secular myths, parables, folktales, fiction, non-fiction, poetry and drama.
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Published July 20th 2000 by Prentice Hall (first published February 1991)
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