Great Literary Works Resonate With Readers Not Only Because Of Well Developed Characters And Plots, But Also Because They Often Reflect Important Social Themes The Social Issues In Literature Series Brings Together The Disciplines Of Sociology And Literature In A Unique Format Designed To Support Cross Curricular Studies Each Volume Explores A Work Of Literature Through The Lens Of The Major Social Issue Reflected In It, And Features Carefully Selected Content Representing A Variety Of Perspectives All Volumes In The Series Contain Biographical And Critical Information About The Author Secondary Excerpts Offering Both Historical And Contemporary Views Of The Highlighted Social Issue A Timeline Of The Author S Life A For Further Reading Section Of Other Works On The Issue And A Detailed Subject Index.
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