Daniel Worden’s co-authored essay on “Postmodernism, Then” has been reprinted in Background Readings for Teachers of American Literature.
Originally published in the “Postmodernism, Then” special issue of Twentieth-Century Literature, Daniel Worden’s essay “Introduction: Postmodernism, Then” (co-authored with Jason Gladstone) has been reprinted in the 2nd edition of Background Readings for Teachers of American Literature, edited by Venetria K. Patton.
With chapters that address literary and social movements, questions of identity, the geopolitical aspects of American literature, and classroom approaches, Background Readings for Teachers of American Literature, Second Edition, provides an overview of changes in the field of American literary studies and a survey of its popular themes. The twenty-seven readings include important scholarship, critical essays, and practical ideas from working teachers. This professional resource offers support to instructors using The Bedford Anthology of American Literature.
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