Martin Heidegger[ edit ] Martin Heidegger rejected the philosophical basis of the concepts of "subjectivity" and "objectivity" and asserted that similar grounding oppositions in logic ultimately refer to one another. Instead of resisting the admission of this paradox in the search for understanding, Heidegger requires that we embrace it through an active process of elucidation he called the " hermeneutic circle ". He stressed the historicity and cultural construction of concepts while simultaneously advocating the necessity of an atemporal and immanent apprehension of them.
Click on a book cover to find more Othello A Study Commentary The Commentary's line-by-line analysis gives students insight into the play's detail, and helps them develop the skills of close textual comment. It also encourages them to think about what Shakespeare is trying to do and how he is trying to do it.
It also assists them with their course work and helps them prepare for whatever they may face in the final exam. Hamlet A Study Commentary The Commentary, scholarly in its focus yet informal in its tone, looks at the play in a refreshingly different way.
King Lear A Study Commentary As a teacher you will find that the Commentary helps you offer imaginative lessons and explore the play with your students in ways that will fully engage them and give you great professional satisfaction. Textual Analysis Writing Unseen Commentaries A Student Help Book The resource provides students with the opportunity to explore a wide range of short pieces of literature they have encountered for the first time, and offers them a secure framework within which they can develop perceptive textual commentary.
Workbook Editions Chaucer's General Prologue to The Canterbury Tales A Workbook Edition This working edition of the General Prologue carries a new translation alongside the original text, detailed explanatory notes and a set of intriguing and penetrative study tasks. Jane Austen's Persuasion A Workbook Edition The margin notes are detailed, encourage perceptive dialogue about the text, and make many suggestions for independent student work.
The WordSmith Prompts The WordSmith Prompts Read the pane to the left, then click on the book cover to access more information and a full list of texts. The moral lessons are present, but subtly presented and deftly handled Author Toshack is working on additional books for this series and new adventures for Paka Mdogo.
An increasingly long line of children can hardly wait.Raabe, Heinrich August, ¶. Die Postgeheimnisse oder die hauptsächlichsten Regeln welche man beim Reisen und bei Versendungen mit der Post beobachten muß um Verdruß und Verlust zu vermeiden (German) (as Author); Raabe, Wilhelm, ¶.
Jean Rhys' Wide Sargasso Sea () is a short but dense literary work that becomes considerably more approachable when given some context. In the words of critic Anne B. Simpson, it is a text that offers "ambiguous and mutually incompatible interpretive possibilities.".
Turnitin provides instructors with the tools to prevent plagiarism, engage students in the writing process, and provide personalized feedback. Postcolonial literature is the literature by people from formerly colonized countries.
It exists on all continents except Antarctica. Postcolonial literature often addresses the problems and consequences of the decolonization of a country, especially questions relating to the political and cultural independence of formerly subjugated people, and themes such as racialism and colonialism.
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Please check your internet connection or reload this page. Are you studying or teaching Shakespeare's Othello, Macbeth, Hamlet or King Lear?; Is Jane Austen's Persuasion or Chaucer's Canterbury Tales on your exam texts list?; Is close textual analysis (of poetry, prose and non-literary writing) an important part of your English course?