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Approaches to Teaching Ellison's Invisible Man

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Now at seventy-three volumes, this popular MLA series (ISSN 1059-1133) addresses a broad range of literary texts. Each volume surveys teaching aids and critical material and brings together essays that apply a variety of perspectives to teaching the text. Upper-level undergraduate and graduate students, student teachers, education specialists, and teachers in all humanitie ...more
Published January 1st 1989
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jacky
Sep 18, 2009 jacky rated it liked it
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I read the section titled "Not like an arrow, but a boomerang: Ellison's Existential Blues" for a paper on Invisible Man for my American Ethnic Literature course in college. I might have browsed other sections as well, but only this one is referenced in my paper.
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Feb 07, 2012 Valerie rated it it was amazing
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Extremely helpful! I find teaching Invisible Man to be very challenging. This book really helped me focus. I also ordered The Great Gatsby one and it looks promising as well.
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