Excursions in Literature Student Text (3rd ed.) provides a rich collection of literary selections to help students gain an appreciation for literary techniques as they study a variety of genres of literature from a range of cultures. Students are encouraged to develop and apply critical thinking skills as they analyze the literature pieces in light of a Christian worldview.
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Good product, but would prefer the hard cover bookIf using a device for your student is convenient and they are not distracted by other opportunities the device offers, then this product is for you. I see that my child needs the book and I would also like to use the book again for the two younger children coming up. I do not think the ebook would be available and I would have to purchase it for the other two. The book would be a better value, if you are going to use it with more than one student over a few years time.