Character in the Corpus: Corpus and Reflection

11th November 2021Blog

The latest instalment of the Character in the Corpus series looks at reflection and the dual role it plays as a process by which other virtues are understood as well as being an intellectual virtue in its own right. Both the article and resources underscore how fiction is a store of reflective spaces. By inviting its readers to share characters’ own reflective processes and speculate courses of action in the face of dilemmas, literary fiction provides lucrative material for virtue literacy approaches to reflection in the classroom. The article and resource are available to view here

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