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Writing about Literature: Essay and Translation Skills for University Students of English and Foreign Literature

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Writing about Literature combines detailed practical and scholarly advice with a sense of the scope and creative possibilities of literary criticism, empowering the student reader to make his or her own discoveries and experiments with language. In addition, it gives valuable guidance on adult language learning and translation skills for students of foreign literature.

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Paperback, 172 pages
Published March 1st 2005 by Routledge (first published December 17th 2004)
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Nov 01, 2015 A.J. rated it it was ok
Not the most helpful book I've read: it seemed mainly to be a vehicle for showing off the author's knowledge of literature, rather than a useful guide to the student of literature. In some ways quite dated, now - the paragraph about Google being a drug made me smile.
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