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eBook Approaches to Teaching Scott's Waverley Novels (Approaches to Teaching World Literature) ePub

by Ian Duncan,Evan Gottlieb

  • ISBN: 1603290362
  • Category: History and Criticism
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Ian Duncan,Evan Gottlieb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: The Modern Language Association of America; 1 edition (January 1, 2009)
  • Pages: 202
  • ePub book: 1793 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1987 kb
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  • Rating: 4.8
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Approaches to Teaching S. .has been added to your Cart. Evan Gottlieb teaches English at Oregon State University.

Approaches to Teaching S. He is author of Feeling British: Sympathy and National Identity in Scottish and English Writing, 1707-1832, as well as articles in such journals as Studies in Romanticism and Eighteenth-Century Fiction. He is at work on a book project on Romanticism and globalization. Series: Approaches to Teaching World Literature (Book 110). Paperback: 202 pages.

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Evan Gottlieb teaches English at Oregon State University. He is author of Feeling British: Sympathy and National Identity in Scottish and English Writing,, as well as articles in such journals as Studies in Romanticism and Eighteenth-Century Fiction. He is working on a book on the novel and the science of man from 1740 to 1870. Ian Duncan is a professor of English at the University of California, Berkeley.

Scott's Waverley novels, as his fiction is collectively known, are increasingly popular in the classroom, where they fit into courses that explore topics from Victorianism and nationalism to.Duncan, Ian, Gottlieb, Evan.

Scott's Waverley novels, as his fiction is collectively known, are increasingly popular in the classroom, where they fit into courses that explore topics from Victorianism and nationalism to the rise of the publishing industry and the cult of the author. Students need guidance, for instance, in navigating Scott's use of vernacular Scots and antique styles, sorting through his historical and geographical references, and distinguishing his multiple authorial personas.

Professor Duncan currently teaches at the University of California . DW: I know you’ve written about approaches to teaching Scott, I wonder what challenges you’ve found in teaching his novels

Professor Duncan currently teaches at the University of California, Berkeley, where he was appointed to the Florence Green Bixby Chair in English in 2011. After studying at King's College, Cambridge and Yale University, he taught for several years in the Yale English department and later at the University of Oregon. Scott’s Waverley, about a relatively recent historical period, must have been riveting to people. ID: I think that’s right. DW: I know you’ve written about approaches to teaching Scott, I wonder what challenges you’ve found in teaching his novels. ID: I find that the more students know, the more difficult it is to have them read Scott.

Waverley; or, 'Tis Sixty Years Since /ˈweɪvərliː/ is a historical novel by Sir Walter Scott (1771–1832)

Waverley; or, 'Tis Sixty Years Since /ˈweɪvərliː/ is a historical novel by Sir Walter Scott (1771–1832). Published anonymously in 1814 as Scott's first venture into prose fiction, it is often regarded as one of the first historical novels in the Western tradition. Edward Waverley, an English gentleman of honour, chooses an occupation in the army at the time just before the Jacobite uprising of 1745 on advice of his father. He has an officer's commission.

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Scott's Waverley novels, as his fiction is collectively known, are increasingly popular in the classroom, where they fit into courses that explore topics from Victorianism and nationalism to the rise of the publishing industry and the cult of the author. As the editors of this volume recognize, however, Scott's fictions present unusual challenges to instructors. Students need guidance, for instance, in navigating Scott's use of vernacular Scots and antique styles, sorting through his historical and geographical references, and distinguishing his multiple authorial personas. The essays in this volume are designed to help teachers negotiate these and other intriguing features of the Waverley novels.

Part 1, "Materials," guides instructors in selecting appropriate editions of the Waverley novels for classroom use. It also categorizes and lists background and critical studies of Scott's novels and recommends additional readings for students, as well as multimedia instructional resources.

The essays in part 2 examine the novels' relation to Scottish history, Scott's use of language, and concepts of Romantic authorship; consider gender, legal, queer, and multicultural approaches; recommend strategies for teaching Scott alongside other authors such as Jane Austen; and offer detailed ideas for introducing individual novels to students--from imagining Ivanhoe in the context of nineteenth-century medievalism to reconsidering how the ethical issues raised in Old Mortality reflect on religion and violence in our own day.