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Blog Carnival III.

Tiffany asked the question:

With all of the different methods that we have studied, I'm sure that you all have your own ideas of how to introduce a work. My question is which way do you think will be best for you and your students? Why? Will you use more than one method?
My response to this is I really don't know. I don't. It would really have to depend on the class. I think you could use intertextuality to get them interested in one work by showing the relationship to another work. You could use history/authorial intent to help explain a work. There are a lot of different ways you could go with this. But I really feel that the class will dictate the one(s) use over the ones you do not.

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