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Storytelling: Fictional Narratives, Imaginary People, and the Reader's Real Life
2008 Volume II

Table of Contents

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Preface
Introduction
1. Storytelling as a Strategy to Increase Oral Language Proficiency of Second Language Learners
______Katherine Massa
Guide
2. The Use of Figurative Language to Convey Details and Character Feelings in Texts
______Grace Malangone
Guide
3. Animal Farm: Critical Approaches -- Unpeeling the Layers
______Mary Lou Narowski
Guide
4. Coming of Age as a Reader, Writer and Thinker
______Deborah Boughton
Guide
5. Reshaping our Lives with the Circular Journey of Storytelling
______Elizabeth K. Johnston
Guide
6. Short Stories: Finding Ourselves in the Fiction
______Sandra K. Friday
Guide
7. Narrative Voice: What is Real? What is True? What is Reliable?
______Ruth Chaffee
Guide
8. The Godfather to American Gangster: A Mythology of the American Anti-hero, 2008
______MarcAnthony P. Solli
Guide
9. Visualizing Myself Ten Years from Now
______Joan Z. Jacobson
Guide

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