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Themes in Literature, 4th Edition (Individual Course)

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This course provides a thematic study of classic literature, primarily but not exclusively by English and American authors. Themes covered are truth and wisdom, courage, humility, justice, temperance, Christmas, joy and peace, beauty, faith and hope, love, and time and eternity. Lessons on literary terms, such as personification, allusion, foreshadowing, irony, and tone are presented through the supplemental lessons booklet. Featured authors include Tolstoy, Shakespeare, à Kempis, Tennyson, Hawthorne, Carroll, Twain, Frost, Dickinson, O. Henry, Longfellow, Milton, Bunyan, and Wordsworth.

Authors: Jan Anderson, ed. and Corinne Sawtelle, ed.

Publisher: A Beka Books Publishers

Copyright: 2010 (4th edition)

Academic Credit: 0.5

Course Materials: Textbook, 2 book report books (see below), teacher’s manual,* supplemental lessons booklet,* and 4 tests*

* Item published by Christian Liberty Press

Grades: 9-11

Book Report Books:

Title: The Brethren: A Tale of the Crusades 
Author: H. Rider Haggard Number of Pages: 347
Publisher: Christian Liberty Press  
Copyright: 2004 (revised)  
Description: This historical novel, set in the climactic months before the opening of the Third Crusade, is a classic tale of love and chivalry. It is the story of two knights who are in love with the same maiden. Their devotion is tested as they are thrust into epic Crusader battles.


Title: In Freedom’s Cause: A Story of Wallace and Bruce
Author: G.A. Henty Number of Pages: 310
Publisher: Christian Liberty Press  
Copyright: 1998  
Description: This historical novel, set during the late thirteenth century, tells the story of William Wallace and Robert the Bruce as they lead their countrymen in the struggle for Scottish independence.

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