Through Touchstones Volume A, students consider lessons offered in folktales, evaluate and discuss early historical accounts, explore the foundations of society through Plato and Pascal, examine compassion in Mary Shelley’s compelling narrative, and reflect on the human struggle in Langston Hughes’ poetry and writings by Frederick Douglass and W.E.B. Dubois, among others.
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