1. The Writing Teacher Who Writes: Creative Writing, Ancient Rhetoric, and Composition Instruction
  2. Mary Hedengren
  3. pp. 191-206
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  1. Teaching the Short-Story Cycle, Teaching American Literature
  2. Jennifer J. Smith
  3. pp. 207-227
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  1. Making Ends Meet: Literature Pedagogy, Faculty–Graduate Student Teamwork, and Undergraduate Literacy
  2. Andrew Weeks, Kelsey Forkner, Susan George, Josette Lorig
  3. pp. 229-250
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  1. The Words Students Need and How They Can Learn Them: Teaching Literary Vocabulary in the Twenty-First Century
  2. Patrick C. Fleming
  3. pp. 251-271
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  1. Frameworks for Failure
  2. Daniel M. Gross, Jonathan Alexander
  3. pp. 273-295
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  1. Charlotte Smith’s Beachy Head and the Lyric Mode
  2. Donelle Ruwe
  3. pp. 300-307
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  1. A Novel Approach to Teaching a Long Poem: Ellen Fitzarthur
  2. Stephen Behrendt
  3. pp. 308-314
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  1. Letitia Landon’s “The Fairy of the Fountains” and Gothic Narrative
  2. Kari Lokke
  3. pp. 315-322
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  1. Teaching Amy Levy’s “Xantippe”
  2. Linda K. Hughes
  3. pp. 323-332
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  1. “Let Me Count the Ways”: Teaching the Many-Faceted Aurora Leigh
  2. Florence S. Boos
  3. pp. 333-345
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  1. Using Wikipedia to Teach Audience, Genre, and Collaboration
  2. Alan Bilansky
  3. pp. 347-355
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  1. Monstrosity and the Majority: Defamiliarizing Race in the University Classroom
  2. Clayton Zuba
  3. pp. 356-367
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  1. Paradoxes in the Classroom: When Strategies for Empowerment Also Constrain
  2. Lisa Propst, Jade Kierbow Loicano
  3. pp. 368-375
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  1. Teaching the Long Poem by Nineteenth-Century British Women Writers: Introduction
  2. Donelle Ruwe
  3. pp. 297-300
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 377-379
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