Teaching literary analysis requires effort and hard work. It encompasses a thorough outline of literary analysis and criticism starting from classical literary theory [the analytical methods of Aristotle, Plato and the likes] and then moving on to Renaissance literary criticism. This must be followed chronologically by Enlightenment criticism and Romantic theories of the poet and his imagination.

Finally, 20th century criticism or literary analysis, which is a vast body of theoretical material, must be taught in a way that students under these complex issues lucidly. Teaching literary analysis is not an easy job as this area of study is filled with complex theories which require conceptual frameworks and deep understanding.

Teaching Literary Analysis

Teaching Literary Analysis

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