"If literature leaves you listless and
discussions of worldview leave you wordless, this is just the book for you. If
you and your kids LOVE reading and discussing the meaning of life and how the
world can become a better place, this is even MORE the book for you! Robin
Finley's fascinating and fresh new way of looking at books makes the humanities
more understandable to liberals and conservatives alike. Full of "Aha!"
moments, The Eternal Argument belongs on every homeschool family's
- Mary Pride, Publisher of Practical Homeschooling
Thank you for visiting the small digital home for The Eternal Argument. This is the place to come to learn more about this framework for teaching and understanding great literature.
The Eternal Argument
is the brainchild of 34-year classroom veteran English teacher Robin Finley. Her grammar and writing curriculum (found at www.analyticalgrammar.com) is well-known to homeschoolers and private/charter schools. Now her approachable, helpful "lens" for interpreting literature, referred to as The Eternal Argument, is finally being put in a form available to those who need it.
Hello! I'm so excited about the launch of this book. I'm still new to this "digital world," but I hope this site will be a way for me to share what I know with you, as well as a way for you to share your feedback with me!
Please take the time to read the sample chapters of The Eternal Argument. I think you'll really get a feel for the book that way.
You can purchase The Eternal Argument in print or audio format. I actually suggest you do both! The audio format is a great way for the whole family to "read" it together. Everyone needs to understand the argument to be able to apply it to literature study. The print version is a big help with reference and note-taking. You can buy the bundle and save!
The Eternal Argument is for any age, but it will be most useful and interesting to teenagers and adults. It's not a curriculum. It's a book that explains big ideas in an understandable way so you can better talk about great works of literature in a meaningful way.
Don't let another book go by without really doing it justice. Read and use The Eternal Argument!
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