Volume 1- Concepts and Theoretical Frameworks
Chapter 8. Literary Curriculum Concepts
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LITERARY CURRICULUM CONCEPTS
In this chapter I will explore the interconnections between reading, writing, and thinking; writing and the imagination; what I call “eco-poeisis,” identity and difference; memory and history as they pertain to the literary; and finally the cathartic effects of reading, writing, and thought.
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