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The Bedford Anthology of World Literature Book 6: The Twentieth Century, 1900-The Present,9780312402662

The Bedford Anthology of World Literature Book 6: The Twentieth Century, 1900-The Present

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The Bedford Anthology of World Literaturedoesn't just surround an unsurpassed collection of western and world literature with generous literary, historical, and cultural contexts it also gives students the help they need to explore an entire world of literature.

Author Biography

Paul Davis (Ph.D., University of Wisconsin), professor emeritus of English at the University of New Mexico, has been the recipient of several teaching awards and academic honors, including that of Master teacher. He has taught courses since 1962 in composition, rhetoric, and nineteenth-century literature and has written and edited many scholarly books, including The Penguin Dickens Companion (1999), Dickens A to Z (1998), and The Life and Times of Ebeneezer Scrooge (1990). He has also written numerous scholarly and popular articles on solar energy and Victorian book illustration. Gary Harrison (Ph.D., Stanford University), professor and director of undergraduate studies at the University of New Mexico, has won numerous fellowships and awards for scholarship and teaching. He has taught courses in world literature, British Romanticism, and literary theory at the University of New Mexico since 1987. Harrison’s publications include a critical study on William Wordsworth, Wordsworth’s Vagrant Muse: Poetry, Poverty, and Power (1994); and many articles on the literature and culture of the early nineteenth century. David M. Johnson (Ph.D., University of Connecticut), professor emeritus of English at the University of New Mexico, has taught courses in world literature, mythology, the Bible as literature, philosophy and literature, and creative writing since 1965. He has written, edited, and contributed to numerous scholarly books and collections of poetry, including Fire in the Fields (1996) and Lord of the Dawn: The Legend of Quetzalcoatl (1987). He has also published scholarly articles, poetry, and translations of Nahuatl myths. John F. Crawford (Ph.D., Columbia University), associate professor of English at the University of New Mexico–Valencia, has taught medieval, world, and other literature courses since 1965 at a number of institutions, including California Institute of Technology and Herbert Lehmann College of CUNY. The publisher of West End Press, Crawford has also edited This Is About Vision: Interviews with Southwestern Writers (1990) and written articles on multicultural women poets of the Southwest.

Table of Contents

PREFACE v
ABOUT THE EDITORS xiii
PRONUNCIATION KEY xxiii
INTRODUCTION: The Twentieth Century 1(1409)
Comparative Time Line
2(28)
JOSEPH CONRAD [b. Poland, 1857-1924]
30(5)
Heart of Darkness
35(62)
[IMAGE: Portrait of Conrad, 31; TIME AND PLACE Twentieth-Century America: Apocalypse Now, 32; MAP: Congo Free State, 1890, 36]
IN THE WORLD: Colonialism: Europe and Africa
97(7)
IMAGE: L'Africa Èil Continente di Domani
98(2)
MAP: The Colonization of Africa, 1880-1939
100(1)
MAP: The Decolonization of Africa, 1951-2000
101(3)
RUDYARD KIPLING [b. India,1865-1936]
104(1)
The White Man's Burden
104(3)
[IMAGE: The Rhodes Colossus, 105]
CHINUA ACHEBE [b. Nigeria, 1930]
107(1)
An Image of Africa
107(11)
GEORGE WASHINGTON WILLIAMS [b. United States, 1849-1891]
118(1)
FROM An Open Letter to His Serene Majesty Leopold II
118(6)
[IMAGE: French and German Administrators Agreeing on New Franco-German Boundary Lines in Lobaye Marshes, Congo, 119]
MARK TWAIN (SAMUEL CLEMENS) [b. United States, 1835-1910]
124(1)
FROM King Leopold's Soliloquy
125(3)
[IMAGE: Two Youths from the Congo, 126]
FRANTZ FANON [b. Martinique, 1925-1961]
128(1)
FROM The Wretched of the Earth (Translated by Constance Farrington)
129(6)
[Decolonization]
129(6)
AIMÉ CÉSAIRE [b. Martinique, 1913]
135(2)
A Tempest (Translated by Richard Miller)
137(5)
[IMAGE: Native Soldiers Surrendering to French Commander Nogues after Three Months of Rebellion, Ivory Coast, 136]
FROM Act III, SCENE 5
137(5)
CHINWEIZU [b. Nigeria, 1943]
142(1)
Decolonising the African Mind
143(5)
[IMAGE: Young Black Woman in European Dress, 142]
FROM Calibans v. Ariels
143(5)
FELIX MNTHALI [b. Malawi, 1933]
148(1)
The Stranglehold of English Lit.
148(1)
NGUGI WA THIONG'O [b. Kenya, 1938]
149(1)
FROM Creating Space for a Hundred Flowers to Bloom
150(8)
BLACK ELK [b. United States, 1863-1950]
158(8)
The Gift of the Sacred Pipe (Recorded and edited by Joseph Epes Brown)
166(4)
The Conclusion of Black Elk's Vision (Recorded and edited by John Neihardt)
170(3)
FROM The Ghost Dance and Wounded Knee (1889-91)
173(6)
Black Elk at Harney Peak
179(2)
[IMAGES: Black Elk and Elk in London, 159; Black Elk in Manderson, South Dakota, 160]
WILLIAM BUTLER YEATS [b. Ireland, 1865-1939)
181(7)
The Lake Isle of Innisfree
188(1)
Who Goes with Fergus?
189(1)
Easter 1916
190(3)
The Second Coming
193(1)
Sailing to Byzantium
194(1)
Leda and the Swan
195(1)
Among School Children
196(3)
The Circus Animals' Desertion
199(2)
[IMAGES: William Butler Yeats, 181; The Abbey Theatre, Dublin, 184; TIME AND PLACE. Twentieth-Century Ireland: Irish Independence, 185]
LUIGI PIRANDELLO [b. Italy, 1867-1936]
201(4)
Six Characters in Search of an Author (Translated by Eric Bentley)
205(40)
[IMAGE: Portrait of Luigi Pirandello, 201]
RAINER MARIA RILKE [b. Prague, 1875-1926)
245(7)
Autumn Day (Translated by C.F. MacIntyre)
252(1)
The Panther (Translated by Stephen Mitchell)
253(1)
Archaic Torso of Apollo (Translated by Stephen Mitchell)
253(1)
Leda (Translated by C.F. MacIntyre)
254(1)
The Buddha in the Glory (Translated by C.F. MacIntyre)
254(1)
Duino Elegies (Translated by Stephen Mitchell)
255(3)
The First Elegy
255(3)
Sonnets to Orpheus (Translated by Stephen Mitchell)
258(3)
I,1
258(1)
I,2
259(1)
I,3
259(1)
I,5
260(1)
THOMAS MANN [b. Germany, 1875-1955]
261(5)
Death in Venice (Translated by David Luke)
266(54)
[IMAGE: Portrait of Thomas Mann, 261]
ROKEYA SAKHAWAT HOSSAIN [b. India, 1880-1932]
320(3)
Sultana's Dream
323(8)
LU XUN [b. China, 1881-1936]
331(4)
The True Story of Ah Q (Translated by Xianyi Yang and Gladys Yang)
335(31)
[IMAGE: Portrait of Lu Xun, 332]
JAMES JOYCE [b. Ireland, 1882-1941]
366(6)
The Dead
372(30)
[IMAGES: Portrait of James Joyce, 366; Liffey Tram, Dublin, 368]
VIRGINIA WOOLF [b. England, 1882-1941]
402(6)
A Room of One's Own
408(10)
Chapter 3 [Shakespeare's Sister]
408(10)
Three Pictures
418(3)
The Fascination of the Pool
421(2)
[IMAGE: Virginia Woolf, 402]
FRANZ KAFKA [b. Prague, 1883-1924]
423(5)
The Metamorphosis (Translated by Willa and Edwin Muir)
428(32)
[IMAGE: Franz Kafka, 423; TIME AND PLACE Twentieth-Century Europe: Sigmund Freud, 425]
TANIZAKI JUNICHIRO [b. Japan, 1886-1965]
460(4)
Aguri (Translated by Howard Hibbert)
464(9)
T.S. ELIOT [b. United States, 1888-1965]
473(9)
The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock
482(4)
The Waste Land
486(16)
[IMAGE T.S. Eliot, 473]
IN THE TRADITION: The Literature of War, Conflict, and Resistance
502(10)
IMAGE: Free Drawing
503(1)
MAP: Europe in 1914
504(1)
IMAGE: Scene during the Siege of Teruel, Spain
505(1)
IMAGE: British Soldiers with Gas Masks
506(1)
IMAGE: Portrait of an Unknown Prisoner
507(1)
IMAGE: Holocaust Survivors at Buchenwald
508(1)
IMAGE: American Troops Wading across River, Ben Khe, South Vietnam
509(1)
IMAGE: Israeli Soldiers by the Dome of the Rock
510(2)
GEORG TRAKL [b. Austria, 1887-1914]
512(1)
Eastern Front (Translated by Christopher Middleton)
512(1)
Grodek (Translated by Michael Hamburger)
513(1)
WILFRED OWEN [b. England,1893-1918]
514(1)
Dulce et Decorum Est
514(1)
Anthem for Doomed Youth
515(1)
Strange Meeting
515(2)
ISAAC ROSENBERG [b. England, 1890-1918]
517(1)
Returning, We Hear the Larks
517(1)
Dead Man's Dump
518(2)
ERICH MARIA REMARQUE [b. Germany, 1898-1970]
520(1)
FROM All Quiet on the Western Front (Translated by Arthur Wheen)
520(5)
BERTOLT BRECHT [b. Germany, 1898-1956]
525(1)
When Evil-Doing Comes like Falling Rain (Translated by John Willett)
525(1)
NELLIE SACHS [b. Germany, 1891-1970]
526(1)
O the Chimneys (Translated by Michael Roloff)
526(1)
PAUL CELAN [b. Romania, 1920-1970]
527(1)
Death Fugue (Translated by John Felstiner)
527(2)
TAMURA RYUICHI [b. Japan, 1923-1998]
529(1)
October Poem
529(1)
A Vertical Coffin
530(2)
(Translated by Samuel Grolmes and Tsumura Yumiko)
WISLAWA SZYMBORSKA [b. Poland, 1923]
532(1)
The Terrorist, He Watches (Translated by Robert A. Maguire and Magnus Jan Krynski)
533(1)
ANDREI VOZNESENSKY [b. Russia, 1933]
534(1)
I Am Goya (Translated by Stanley Kunitz)
534(1)
TIM O'BRIEN [b. United States, 1946]
535(1)
The Man I Killed
535(4)
FADWA TUQAN [b. Palestine, 1917]
539(1)
Enough for Me (Translated by Olive Kenny)
539(1)
Song of Becoming (Translated by Naomi Shihab Nye)
540(1)
YEHUDA AMICHAI [b. Germany, 1924-2000]
541(1)
Sort of an Apocalypse (Translated by Chana Bloch and Stephen Mitchell)
541(1)
God Has Pity on Kindergarten Children (Translated by Assia Gutmann)
542(1)
MAHMOUD DARWISH [b. Palestine, 1941]
543(1)
Identity Card
544(2)
Victim Number 18
546(1)
(Translated by Denys Johnson-Davies)
BEI DAO [b. China, 1949]
547(1)
The Answer
548(1)
Declaration
549(1)
An End or a Beginning
549(3)
(Translated by Bonnie S. McDougall)
ANNA AKHMATOVA [b. Russia, 1889-1966]
552(6)
Vononezh
558(2)
Requiem
560(8)
(Translated by Judith Hemschemeyer)
[IMAGE: Portrait of Anna Akhmatova 553]
FEDERICO GARCÍA LORCA [b. Spain, 1898-1936]
568(5)
The Faithless Wife
573(2)
Ode to Walt Whitman
575(4)
Lament for Ignacio Sanchez Mejías
579(7)
(Translated by Stephen Spender and J.L. Gili)
TAWFIQ AL-HAKIM [b. Egypt, 1898-1987]
586(4)
The Fate of a Cockroach (Translated by Denys Johnson-Davies)
590(58)
JORGE LUIS BORGES [b. Argentina, 1899-1986]
648(4)
The Garden of Forking Paths (Translated by Donald A. Yates)
652(7)
[IMAGE: Jorge Luis Borges, 648]
KAWABATA YASUNARI [b. Japan, 1899-1972]
659(5)
The Moon on the Water (Translated by George Saito)
664(5)
Snow (Translated by Lane Dunlop and J. Martin Holman)
669(3)
[IMAGE: Kawabata Yasunari, 659]
PABLO NERUDA [b. Chile, 1904-1973]
672(5)
Ode with a Lament (Translated by H.R. Hays)
677(1)
Sexual Water (Translated by H.R. Hays)
678(2)
Alberto Rojas Jimenez Comes Flying (Translated by H.R. Hays)
680(3)
Ode of the Sun to the People's Army (Translated by H.R. Hays)
683(2)
Hymn and Return (Translated by Robert Bly)
685(1)
The United Fruit Co. (Translated by Robert Bly)
686(2)
The Heights of Macchu Picchu (Translated by Jack Schmitt)
688(1)
VI
688(1)
Ode to Salt (Translated by Robert Bly)
689(2)
Poet's Obligation (Translated by Alastair Reid)
691(1)
JEAN-PAUL SARTRE [b. France, 1905-1980]
692(5)
The Flies (Translated by Stuart Gilbert)
697(49)
[IMAGE: Jean-Paul Sartre with Simone de Beauvoir, 693]
IN THE WORLD: Existentialism
746(6)
IMAGE: Diego
747(2)
IMAGE: Parois d'Oreines
749(3)
JEAN-PAUL SARTRE [b. France, 1905-1980]
752(1)
FROM Existentialism Is a Humanism (Translated by Walter Kaufmann)
752(4)
ALBERT CAMUS [b. Algeria, 1913-1960]
756(1)
The Myth of Sisyphus (Translated by Justin O'Brien)
757(3)
[IMAGE: Je Vous Écoute, 756]
FRANTZ FANON [b. Martinique, 1925-1961]
760(1)
Black Skin, White Masks (Translated by Charles Lam Markmann)
761(1)
FROM By Way of Conclusion
761(4)
OE KENZABURO [b. Japan, 1935]
765(1)
Hiroshima Notes (Translated by David L. Swain and Toshi Yonezawa)
766(4)
[IMAGE: Oe Kenzaburo, 765]
FROM The Moralists of Hiroshima
766(4)
SAMUEL BECKETT [b. Ireland, 1906-1989]
770(4)
Krapp's Last Tape
774(7)
[IMAGE: Samuel Beckett, 770]
R.K. NARAYAN [b. India, 1906-2001]
781(4)
A Horse and Two Goats
785(12)
[IMAGE: R.K. Narayon, 781; TIME AND PLACE: Twentieth-Century India: Caste and Gender in an Indian Village, 783]
NAGUIB MAHFOUZ [b. Egypt, 1911]
797(6)
Zaabalawi (Translated by Denys Johnson-Davies)
803(9)
[IMAGES: Naguib Mahfouz, 797, Cairo, 799; MAP: The Middle East, 2000, 800]
ALBERT CAMUS [b. Algeria, 1913-1960]
812(4)
The Guest (Translated by Justin O'Brien)
816(10)
[IMAGE: Albert Camus, 812]
JAMES BALDWIN [b. United States, 1924-1987]
826(4)
Sonny's Blues
830(23)
[IMAGE: James Baldwin, 826]
IN THE WORLD: Imagining Africa
853(7)
IMAGE: Into Bondage
854(6)
W.E.B. DU BOIS [b. United States, 1868-1963]
860(1)
The Souls of Black Folk
861(12)
[IMAGE: W.E.B. Du Bois, 860]
FROM Chapter 1: Of Our Spiritual Strivings
861(4)
Chapter 14: The Sorrow Songs
865(8)
JAMES WELDON JOHNSON [b. United States, 1871-1938]
873(1)
O Black and Unknown Bards
873(2)
CLAUDE MCKAY [b. Jamaica, 1889-1948]
875(1)
To the White Fiends
875(1)
Harlem Shadows
876(1)
Outcast
876(1)
[IMAGE: Claude McKay, 875]
LANGSTON HUGHES [b. United States, 1902-1967]
877(1)
The Negro Speaks of Rivers
878(1)
The Weary Blues
878(1)
Jazzonia
879(1)
[IMAGE: Jitterbugs, 877]
COUNTEE GULLEN [b. United States, 1903-1946]
880(1)
Heritage
880(3)
Yet Do I Marvel
883(1)
LÉOPOLD SÉDAR SENGHOR [b. Senegal, 1906-2001]
884(1)
Négritude (Translated by John Reed and Clive Wake)
885(1)
Black Woman
885(1)
Prayer to the Masks
886(1)
(Translated by Melvin Dixon)
AIMÉ CÉSAIRE [b. Martinique, 1913]
887(1)
FROM Notebook of a Return to the Native Land (Translated by Clayton Eshleman and Annette Smith)
888(5)
OKOT P'BITEK [b. Uganda, 1931-1982]
893(1)
FROM Song of Lawino
894(3)
My Husband's Tongue Is Bitter
894(3)
FROM Song of Ocol
897(2)
What Is Africa to Me?
897(2)
JAMES BALDWIN [b. United States, 1924-1987]
899(1)
FROM Nobody Knows My Name
900(2)
[IMAGE: Children in the Silent Protest Parade,
899(1)
[Is There a Single Black Culture?]
900(2)
GWENDOLYN BROOKS [b. United States, 1917-2000]
902(1)
To the Diaspora
902(1)
TONI MORRISON [b. United States, 1931]
903(1)
FROM Song of Solomon
904(3)
[Flying to Africa]
904(3)
CHINWEIZU [b. Nigeria, 1943], ONWUCHEKWA JEMIE, AND IHECHUKWU MADUBUIKE
907(1)
The African Writer and the African Past
908(2)
NADINE GORDIMER [b. South Africa, 1923]
910(1)
As Others See Us
911(3)
ABÉ KOBO [b. Japan, 1924-1993]
914(4)
The Red Cocoon
918(2)
The Stick
920(4)
(Translated by Lane Dunlop)
GABRIEL GARCÍA MÁRQUEZ [b. Colombia, 1928]
924(4)
A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings (Translated by Gregory Rabassa)
928(5)
[IMAGE: Gabriel García Márquez, 924]
CARLOS FUENTES [b. Panama, 1928]
933(5)
The Prisoner of Las Lomas (Translated by Thomas Christensen)
938(29)
[IMAGE: Carlos Fuentes, 933; TIME AND PLACE: Twentieth-Century Mexico: The Mexican Revolution, 935]
TAKENISHI HIROKO [b. Japan, 1929]
967(4)
The Rite (Translated by Eileen Kato)
971(19)
[MAP: Nuclear Bombs Dropped on Japan, August 1945, 968; TIME AND PLACE: Twentieth-Century Japan: Hiroshima, 969]
ADRIENNE RICH [b. United States, 1929]
990(4)
Aunt Jennifer's Tigers
994(1)
I Dream I'm the Death of Orpheus
995(1)
Diving into the Wreck
996(3)
Twenty-One Love Poems
999(2)
I: Wherever in this city, screens flicker
999(1)
III: Since we're not young, weeks have to do time
999(1)
IV: I come home from you through the early light of spring
1000(1)
VI: Your small hands, precisely equal to my own-
1000(1)
[IMAGE: Adrienne Rich, 991]
MILAN KUNDERA [b. Czechoslovakia, 1929]
1001(4)
The Hitchhiking Game (Translated by Suzanne Rappaport)
1005(12)
CHINUA ACHEBE [b. Nigeria, 1930]
1017(6)
Things Fall Apart
1023(90)
[IMAGE: Chinua Achebe, 1018]
DEREK WALCOTT [b. St. Lucia, 1930]
1113(3)
A Latin Primer
1116(4)
White Magic
1120(1)
The Light of the World
1121(4)
For Pablo Neruda
1125(2)
[IMAGE: Derek Walcott, 1113]
ALIFA RIFART [b. Egypt, 1930]
1127(3)
My World of the Unknown (Translated by Denys Johnson-Davies)
1130(11)
WOLE SOYINKA [b. Nigeria, 1934]
1141(5)
The Lion and the Jewel
1146(47)
[IMAGE: Wole Soyinka, 1141]
ANITA DESAI [b. India, 1937]
1193(3)
The Farewell Party
1196(9)
BESSIE HEAD [b. South Africa, 1937-1986]
1205(3)
The Deep River: A Story of Ancient Tribal Migration
1208(5)
Snapshots of a Wedding
1213(4)
GAO XINGJIAN [b. China, 1940]
1217(5)
Dialogue and Rebuttal (Translated by Gilbert C.E. Fong)
1222(33)
[IMAGE: Gao Xingiian, 1218]
SALMAN RUSHDIE [b. India, 1947]
1255(6)
The Courter
1261(17)
[IMAGES: Salman Rushdie, 1255; "We Are Ready to Kill Rushdy," 1258; Map: The Partition of India, 1947, 1256]
IN THE WORLD: Crossing Cultures: The Example of India
1278(6)
IMAGE: Sikh Taxi Drivers, New York
1279(5)
MOHANDAS K. GANDHI [b. India, 1869-1948]
1284(1)
Autobiography
1285(4)
[IMAGE: Gandhi in London, 1285]
On the Way to Pretoria
1285(4)
MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. [b. United States, 1929-1968]
1289(1)
FROM My Trip to the Land of Gandhi
1290(2)
[IMAGE: Equal Rights Now, 1289]
OCTAVIO PAZ [b.Mexico, 1914-1998]
1292(1)
Three Visits to India (Translated by Eliot Weinberger)
1292(8)
[IMAGE: Octavio Paz, 1292]
RAJA RAO [b. India, 1909]
1300(1)
Foreword to Kanthapura
1301(1)
R.K. NARAYAN [b. India, 1906-2001]
1302(1)
A Passage to America
1302(5)
SALMAN RUSHDIE [b. India, 1947]
1307(1)
FROM Imaginary Homelands
1308(5)
V.S. NAIPAUL [b. Trinidad, 1932]
1313(1)
Our Universal Civilization
1313(3)
[IMAGE: V.S. Naipaul, 1313]
BHARATI MUKHERJEE [b. India, 1940]
1316(1)
A Wife's Story
1316(11)
LESLIE MARMON SILKO [b. United States, 1948]
1327(6)
Lullaby
1333(7)
[IMAGE: Laguna Reservation, 1327]
IN THE TRADITION: American Borderlands: Voices from the United State's Many Cultures
1340(5)
IMAGE: We Gave Two Horses for Our Son
1341(2)
IMAGE: Puerto Rican Flag
1343(1)
IMAGE: Flea Market, New York City
1344(1)
MARTÍN ESPADA [b. United States, 1957]
1345(1)
Bully
1346(1)
From an Island You Cannot Name
1347(1)
Revolutionary Spanish Lesson
1348(1)
SHERMAN ALEXIE [b. United States, 1966]
1349(1)
Class
1350(13)
[IMAGE: Still from Smoke Signals, 1349]
JOY HARJO [b. United States, 1951]
1363(1)
Remember
1364(1)
New Orleans
1364(3)
She Had Some Horses
1367(1)
I Give You Back
1368(2)
SANDRA CISNEROS [b. United States, 1954]
1370(1)
Never Marry a Mexican
1370(10)
JIMMY SANTIAGO BACA [b. United States, 1952]
1380(1)
What We Don't Tell the Children
1381(2)
Family Ties
1383(1)
Work We Hate and Dreams We Love
1384(1)
Meditations on the South Valley
1385(1)
XVI
1385(1)
[IMAGE: Where Tears Can't stop, 1381]
NAOMI SHIHAB NYE [b. United States, 1952]
1386(1)
Blood
1386(1)
My Father and the Figtree
1387(1)
Arabic
1388(1)
GISH JEN [b. United States, 1956]
1389(1)
Who's Irish?
1389(9)
[IMAGE: Grandmother Carries Baby to Market Chinese-Style, 1390]
EDWIDGE DANTICAT [b. Haiti, 1969]
1398(1)
Children of the Sea
1398(12)
GLOSSARY OF LITERARY AND CRITICAL TERMS 1410(33)
INDEX 1443


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