ddandgirls Posted March 8, 2008 Share Posted March 8, 2008 The reading list for WTM is fairly extensive. How closely are you following the lists? Are most people reading most of the recommended books? Also, are you following the outlining, research, etc. for the rhetoric stage where SWB recommends: reading about the time period, events of the time, the author, etc. before reading the book and then reading and discussing, followed up with some sort of paper? It sounds like a thorough way to read the "great books", but how many are doing it in this format? How is it working for you? Pros and cons? How many books done in this fashion are really feasible in a year? I realize the WTM is a guide and not a rule book, but there is so much there that I wonder if it's really possible. I have a number of questions here, but input on any level would be appreciated.:) Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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