Humanities students are often faced with the need to do a literary analysis of a particular work of art. The process of this analysis has not changed for decades. Generations of students have been doing this, from school to graduate and postgraduate studies. But in our time, in the digital age, this process can be simplified. For example, a teacher creates a template for literature analysis in a program like Google Slides. And students, having received this template with the help of a link, fill it in with text and images on their own. This is many times faster than writing multi-page texts on paper.

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