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Glossary Allegory: A story in which ideas are represented or personified as actions, people, or things. Example: Pilgrim’s Progress by John Bunyan. Alliteration: The repetition of beginning consonant sounds through a sequence of words. Gerard Manley Hopkins is noted for … Continue reading

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Comments from Excellence in Literature Users

Customers who have used Excellence in Literature share what they have enjoyed about the curriculum. Continue reading

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Andrew Pudewa talks about Excellence in Literature

Andrew Pudewa talks about what makes Excellence in Literature different from other high school literary analysis courses. Continue reading

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