Patterns in Literature: Parallelism and Deviation

IB English A: Language & Literature: Patterns in Literature: Parallelism and Deviation

In an earlier scheme of work – see ‘What is this thing called literature?" – the essence of language art was the central concern. The focus of the activities foregrounded a debate between those who claim that artistic merit is inherent to a literary text, and those who contend that artistic merit has more to do with the dominant ideologies of powerful groups in societies. Students were encouraged to evaluate...


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