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The Art of Reading People: Character, Expression, Interpretation
2010 Volume II

Table of Contents

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Preface
Introduction
1. The Shelleys: Author and Character, Reality and Fiction
______Simon C. Edgett
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2. Ellen Foster: A Character Study from the Inside Out
______Sandra K. Friday
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3. A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words: Creating Expressive Character Portraits in Art based on the work of Hanoch Piven, Kara Walker, and Cindy Sherman
______Melody S. Gallagher
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4. Forging Life: Characterization through Prose
______Timothy A. Grady
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5. Reading Characters, Reading Ourselves: Reflecting with Monster's Steve Harmon
______Sean T. Griffin
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6. Creating Character: Performance, Analysis, and Social Development Using Romeo and Juliet
______Elizabeth A. Johnson
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7. The Things We Carry: Understanding Grief and Loss through a Memorial Ceremony, the Elegy, and the List Poem
______Judith J. Katz
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8. Poetry Alive! Grabbing Young Readers via the Lyrical Voice
______Waltrina D. Kirkland-Mullins
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9. Literary Analysis: Understanding of Character through the Elements of Literature and the World Around Us
______Katharine M. Liphardt
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10. I Like What I Like, Because I Like It! An Epistemological Approach to Literary Analysis and Interpretation
______Tina M. Manus
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11. Character Investigations
______Melissa B. McCarty
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12. Better Read than Viewed? Contrasting the Novel and Film
______Mary Lou L. Narowski
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13. Macbeth and Tess of the d'Urbervilles: Intriguing Individuals Revealed through Structure, Setting, Imagery, and Symbols.
______Marialuisa Sapienza
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