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THE PRELIM
Updated: 10/3/2020
THE PRELIM
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  • 1
  • You! You're not doing anything
  • Come to our mini library, we're going to talk about something.
  • I must do something... Oh, I should teach him about "Literary Criticism".
  • Oh, hey mom! What's up!
  • Inside her son's bedroom, she notices him doing nothing.
  • Okay, mom! Coming.
  • 2
  • Determine to teach her son something, she brings him to their mini library.
  • I will teach you all about "Literary Criticism". For you to appreciate literature and have a deeper interest towards reading.
  • Okay, sounds interesting. I'll try to listen.
  • What are we doing here, mom?
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  • First, you need to know what "Literary Criticism" is. It is the discipline of interpreting, analyzing, and evaluating works of literature.
  • It was considered as an art of writing poetry.
  • Later, I'll also explain to you the Literary Periods that happened throughout the years.
  • It has many types to be explain, so come here, son. I will explain it further to you.
  • Okay, mom! I'll listen to your lesson. I think it will help me someday.
  • This is heavy, but I think it's worth it. I'll give it try.
  • It is a lesson in which her mom learned from college and she wants her son to learn it.
  • She gives her son an activity that will help him enhance what he learned a while ago.
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  • Okay, mom. I'm ready.
  • I'll give you two literary pieces. The topic is all about "Alienation". I'm sure you'll love this activity, son
  • I think you're now ready, son. I'll give you an activity and you'll analyze the literature.
  • The other literary text explains Dr. Lazarus past experience as he became hopeless to himself.
  • 5
  • It becomes successful as her son was able to analyzed what he read.
  • Mom, I'm done! The first literary text talks about being anti-social he was to others.
  • That's the reason why, they both experienced "alienation".
  • Now, let's go to the living room. I'll tell you the reason why I teach you this kind of lesson.
  • Well done, my son! You did a great job!
  • This also improves your ability to read critically and interpret texts while gaining appreciation for different literary genres and theories of interpretation.
  • Now, son. By reading and discussing literature, you're able to expand your imagination, sense of what is possible, and ability to empathize with others.
  • 6
  • She explains to his son how to appreciate literature and be able to have deeper interest in it.
  • Also, reading and discussing literature can enhance your ability to write. It can sharpen your critical faculties, enabling you to assess works and better understand why literature can have such a powerful effect on our lives.
  • Thank you, mom! I learned a lot. I'll make sure that I'll read and appreciate literature.
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