Course 3—Lecture

LitCourse 3
How to Read: Finding meaning 
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Evaluating Literature—how?

Close Reading . . .
is an analytical technique that requires us to pay close attention to words, ideas, and structure in order to see how they work together to form a unified story.

We'll be using close reading to discuss this and other stories in the remainder of these courses. Now, let's reverse the usual LitCourse order . . .

Click—"Reading" on the Course Tools to the right.
Read—the short story, "Powder."
Return—to Slide #5 and continue this Lecture.

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