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Writing a great English paper can be tough because literature doesn't always reveal its deeper meanings immediately. You might not know Mr. Darcy's true feelings for Elizabeth Bennett in Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice or grasp the complex moral universe of Toni Morrison's Beloved at first reading. Amy E. Harter offers a few tips on how to read and write more critically and thoughtfully.
Lesson by Amy E. Harter, animation by The Leading Sheep Studios.
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