An Introductory Lesson to Annotation The first time I heard the word “annotate,” I think I was in college. Back in high school, my teachers just told us to “mark up the text.” It’s funny, because I remember all of …
It’s time to plan on how we’re going to come back in January stronger and better prepared than ever!
With the New Year upon us, I’m sure I’m not the only one who has “read more books” on my to-do list.
We suspect that Ebenezer Scrooge is the biggest curmudgeon in the history of the universe. Here’s why:
We asked everyone in the office to talk about their favorite books from last month. Take a look at our favorite reads from November, and let us know in the comments which books you’ll be adding to your to-read list. …
Whether reading for the classroom or personal enjoyment, consider these key questions before beginning Thoreau’s essay.
Looking at 8 realist masterpieces to get a sense of what life and literature was really like during the age of realism.
Let’s look at these 8 modernist works!