The Eternal Argument
Why do we read the “classics”? What’s the point? In The Eternal Argument, author Robin Finley explains the framework of why reading and teaching literature is such a meaningful endeavor. With great humor and excellent examples from literature and history, this book is a valuable supplement to your language arts curriculum that provides a launching point for discussion.
Table of Contents
- Why Should We Read All Those Books?
- How Do We Stuff Stuff Into Our Heads?
- The Little Stinker
- What Are the Two Sides Fighting About?
- Does Someone Have To Be “In Charge”?
- What Is the Western Literature Platform?
- Should We Quarantine Our Kids?
- Really Old Guys: Ancients to the Middle Ages
- Just Old Guys: The Renaissance to Neo-Classicism
- Somewhat Old Guys: The American and French Revolutions
- Newer Old Guys: The Romantics to the Realists
- Newest Guys: The Naturalists to the Modernists
- Stuff You Need to Know to Teach This Stuff
- Now Let’s Apply All This to the Books We’ve Discussed
- Because It’s All About Me … What Do I Think?
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