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Dedications

John Pennington

John Pennington would like to dedicate Writing about Literature through Theory to Karlyn Crowley and their daughter Ada Mae Crowley Pennington, who at the ripe old age of two will have the joy of encountering for the first time Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass. They are uncertain whether she will enjoy Writing about Literature through Theory as much.

Ryan Cordell

Ryan Cordell would like to dedicate Writing About Literature through Theory to Greg Colomb, who taught him everything he knows about teaching writing. Rest in peace, Greg.