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Elements of Literature-Red (11th Grade)

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9780030741982

ISBN10:
003074198X
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
1/1/1993
Publisher(s):
Harcourt School

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Table of Contents

Unit One: THE COLONIAL PERIOD---THE AGE OF FAITH
Introduction
2(4)
Time Line
6(5)
William Bradford
11(12)
Of Plymouth Plantation
13(9)
Primary Sources: The First Thanksgiving
22(1)
Elements of Literature: The Plain Style
22(1)
Mary Rowlandson
23(8)
A Narrative of Her Captivity
24(7)
Sarah Kemble Knight
31(5)
The Journal of Madam Knight
32(4)
Jonathan Edwards
36(6)
Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God
37(4)
Primary Sources: Journals
41(1)
Anne Bradstreet
42(3)
Here Follow Some Verses upon the Burning of Our House, July 10, 1666
43(2)
Edward Taylor
45(8)
Upon a Spider Catching a Fly
46(2)
Elements of Literature: The Conceit
48(1)
God's Determinations Touching His Elect
49(3)
The Southern Planters
52(1)
William Byrd
53(6)
The History of the Dividing Line
54(5)
Feature: A Sample of Native American Myths and Ritual Songs
59(13)
Grandmother Spider Steals the Sun (Cherokee)
60(1)
Coyote Finishes His Work (Nez Perce)
61(1)
Song of the Sky Loom (Tewa)
62(1)
Breath of Life (Zuni)
62(1)
Exercises in Critical Thinking and Writing: Determining the Precise Meanings of Words
63(3)
Unit Two: THE REVOLUTIONARY PERIOD---THE AGE OF REASON
Introduction
66(4)
Time Line
70(2)
Benjamin Franklin
72(12)
The Autobiography
74(7)
Sayings of Poor Richard
81(2)
Primary Sources: A Letter to Samuel Mather
83(1)
Feature: The Middle Passage: A Narrative by Olaudah Equiano
84(3)
Patrick Henry
87(6)
Speech to the Virginia Convention
88(4)
Elements of Literature: Persuasion
92(1)
Thomas Paine
93(7)
The Crisis, No. 1
94(6)
Thomas Jefferson
100(9)
The Autobiography: The Declaration of Independence
101(7)
Primary Sources: A Letter from Jefferson to His Daughter
108(1)
The American Language: ``Revolutionary'' English
109(14)
Exercises in Critical Thinking and Writing: Analyzing and Evaluating Persuasion: Logic
113(3)
Unit Three: AMERICAN ROMANTICISM
Introduction
116(4)
Time Line
120(3)
Washington Irving
123(15)
Rip Van Winkle
125(12)
Primary Sources: A Traveler Comments on American Manners
137(1)
William Cullen Bryant
138(8)
To a Waterfowl
139(3)
Thanatopsis
142(4)
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
146(10)
The Cross of Snow
147(1)
Elements of Literature: The Sonnet
148(1)
The Ropewalk
149(3)
The Tide Rises, the Tide Falls
152(3)
Primary Sources: Visiting Mr. Longfellow
155(1)
John Greenleaf Whittier
156(5)
Snow-Bound: A Winter Idyll
157(4)
Oliver Wendell Holmes
161(6)
Old Ironsides
162(2)
The Chambered Nautilus
164(3)
James Russell Lowell
167(5)
She Came and Went
168(2)
A Fable for Critics
170(2)
The American Language: ``Noah's Ark'': Webster's Dictionary
172(15)
Exercises in Critical Thinking and Writing: Responding to Literature
To the Right Honorable William, Earl of Dartmouth...
177(3)
Phillis Wheatley
Unit Four: THE AMERICAN RENAISSANCE---FIVE MAJOR WRITERS
Introduction
180(7)
Two Idealists
187(1)
Ralph Waldo Emerson
187(17)
Nature
191(3)
Self-Reliance
194(2)
Concord Hymn
196(2)
The Rhodora
198(2)
The Snow-Storm
200(2)
Emerson's Aphorisms
202(1)
Primary Sources: Hawthorne Talks About Emerson
203(1)
Henry David Thoreau
204(22)
Walden, or Life in the Woods
207(13)
Resistance to Civil Government
220(5)
Primary Sources: Two Journals
225(1)
The Dark Side of Romanticism
226(1)
Edgar Allan Poe
226(37)
The Masque of the Red Death
228(5)
Primary Sources: A Visit to the Poes
233(1)
The Fall of the House of Usher
234(13)
Elements of Literature: Symbols
247(1)
Eldorado
248(2)
Annabel Lee
250(3)
To Helen
253(2)
The Raven
255(5)
Primary Sources: Poe's Essay on the Writing Process
260(2)
Elements of Literature: Sound Effects
262(1)
Nathaniel Hawthorne
263(31)
The Minister's Black Veil
265(10)
Rappaccini's Daughter
275(18)
Primary Sources: Hawthorne and the Monument at Concord
293(1)
Herman Melville
294(32)
Moby-Dick
297(20)
Primary Sources: A Letter and a Journal Entry
317(1)
Shiloh
318(1)
Art
319(2)
Exercises in Critical Thinking and Writing: Analyzing and Evaluating Persuasive Writing: Rhetoric
Self-Reliance
321(3)
Ralph, Waldo Emerson
Unit Five: A New American Poetry---Whitman and Dickinson
Introduction
324(2)
Walt Whitman
326(26)
I Hear America Singing
331(1)
Song of Myself
332(1)
I celebrate myself
332(1)
Elements of Literature: Free Verse
333(1)
Alone far in the wilds...
334(2)
Now I will do nothing but listen
336(2)
I understand the large hearts of heroes...
338(3)
The spotted hawk swoops by...
341(2)
On the Beach at Night
343(2)
On the Beach at Night Alone
345(2)
When I Heard the Learned Astronomer
347(1)
A Sight in Camp in the Daybreak Gray and Dim
348(2)
Primary Sources: From Specimen Days
350(2)
Emily Dickinson
352(33)
Heart! We will forget him!
355(1)
Success is counted sweetest
356(1)
The Soul selects her own Society
357(1)
Elements of Literature: Slant Rhyme
358(1)
A Bird came down the Walk
358(2)
I died for Beauty---but was scarce
360(2)
I heard a Fly buzz---when I died---
362(1)
If you were coming in the Fall
363(1)
Because I could not stop for Death---
364(2)
I never saw a Moor---
366(1)
Tell all the Truth
367(1)
Apparently with no surprise
368(1)
To make a prairie it takes a clover and one bee
369(2)
Primary Sources: Higginson's Account of Dickinson
371(2)
Exercises in Critical Thinking and Writing: Comparing and Contrasting Poems
Song of Myself
373(1)
Walt Whitman
This quiet Dust was Gentlemen and Ladies
373(3)
Emily Dickinson
Unit Six: THE RISE OF REALISM---THE CIVIL WAR AND POST-WAR PERIOD
Introduction
376(6)
Time Line
382(3)
Frederick Douglass
385(6)
The Battle with Mr. Covey, The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass
386(5)
Spirituals and ``Code'' Songs
391(2)
Go Down, Moses
391(1)
Follow the Drinking Gourd
392(1)
Bret Harte
393(9)
The Outcasts of Poker Flat
394(8)
Mark Twain
402(28)
Life on the Mississippi
404(10)
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
414(15)
Primary Sources: The ``Original'' Huckleberry Finn
429(1)
Ambrose Bierce
430(9)
An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge
431(8)
Feature: Voices from the Civil War
439(16)
Mary Chesnut
Theodore Upson
Walt Whitman
Major Sullivan Ballou
Abraham Lincoln
Julia Ward Howe
Frederick Douglass
Susie King Taylor
John Billings
Alexander Hunter
Seth Flint
General Robert E. Lee
Stephen Crane
455(25)
A Mystery of Heroism
457(6)
War Is Kind
463(1)
The Open Boat
464(15)
Primary Sources: ``Plenty of Grit''
479(1)
Kate Chopin
480(21)
A Pair of Silk Stockings
481(5)
The American Language: A Period of Vocabulary Growth
486(5)
Exercises in Critical Thinking and Writing: Making Inferences and Analyzing Point of View
491(3)
Unit Seven: THE MODERNS---THE AMERICAN VOICE IN FICTION
Introduction
494(4)
Time Line
498(3)
Sherwood Anderson
501(9)
The Egg
502(7)
Primary Sources: ``They were not nice little packages...''
509(1)
Sinclair Lewis
510(7)
Babbitt's After-Dinner Speech
511(6)
Willa Cather
517(8)
A Wagner Matinee
518(7)
Thomas Wolfe
525(8)
His Father's Earth
526(7)
F. Scott Fitzgerald
533(20)
Winter Dreams
535(17)
Primary Sources: A Letter to His Daughter
552(1)
Ernest Hemingway
553(6)
In Another Country
555(3)
Primary Sources: Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech, 1954
558(1)
Zora Neale Hurston
559(5)
How the Lion Met the King of the World
560(3)
Primary Sources: Collecting Folktales
563(1)
John Steinbeck
564(12)
The Leader of the People
565(10)
Primary Sources: Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech, 1962
575(1)
James Thurber
576(6)
The Secret Life of Walter Mitty
577(4)
Primary Sources: The New Yorker's Farewell (E. B. White)
581(1)
Katherine Anne Porter
582(8)
The Jilting of Granny Weatherall
583(7)
William Faulkner
590(12)
A Rose for Emily
592(9)
Primary Sources: Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech, 1950
601(1)
Flannery O'Connor
602(11)
The Life You Save May Be Your Own
603(8)
Primary Sources: The Adventures of Mr. Shiftlet
611(1)
Elements of Literature: The Four ``Modes'' of Fiction
612(1)
Eudora Welty
613(20)
A Worn Path
614(5)
Primary Sources: ``Is Phoenix Jackson's Grandson Really Dead?''
619(2)
The American Language: American Slang
621(4)
Exercises in Critical Thinking and Writing: Making Generalizations
625(3)
Unit Eight: POETRY--VOICES OF AMERICAN CHARACTER
Introduction
628(5)
Edwin Arlington Robinson
633(5)
Richard Cory
634(1)
Primary Sources: Robinson on ``Richard Cory''
635(1)
Miniver Cheevy
636(2)
Edgar Lee Masters
638(6)
Richard Bone
639(1)
Lucinada Matlock
640(2)
``Butch'' Weldy
642(1)
Primary Sources: The Genesis of Spoon River
643(1)
Paul Laurence Dunbar
644(3)
The Haunted Oak
645(1)
Primary Sources: Dunbar and Dialect Poetry
646(1)
Edna St. Vincent Millay
647(5)
Recuerdo
648(2)
Dirge Without Music
650(1)
Primary Sources: ``The brawny male sends his picture''
651(1)
Robert Frost
652(20)
Design
654(2)
Neither Out Far nor In Deep
656(2)
Birches
658(2)
Mending Wall
660(3)
Once by the Pacific
663(1)
The Death of the Hired Man
664(6)
Nothing Gold Can Stay
670(1)
Primary Sources: ``I must have the pulse beat of rhythm...''
671(1)
John Crowe Ransom
672(4)
Bells for John Whiteside's Daughter
673(1)
Parting, Without a Sequel
674(2)
Robinson Jeffers
676(4)
Shine, Perishing Republic
677(1)
Love the Wild Swan
678(2)
The Harlem Renaissance
680(1)
James Weldon Johnson
680(6)
Go Down Death
681(4)
Primary Sources: God's Trombones
685(1)
Claude McKay
686(2)
America
687(1)
Langston Hughes
688(6)
Harlem
689(1)
I, Too
690(2)
The Weary Blues
692(2)
Countee Cullen
694(17)
Tableau
695(2)
Incident
697(1)
The American Language: American Dialects
698(5)
Exercises in Critical Thinking and Writing: Interpreting and Responding to a Poem
Only the Polished Skeleton
703(3)
Countee Cullen
Unit Nine: IMAGISM AND SYMBOLISM
Introduction
706(5)
Ezra Pound
711(6)
The River-Merchant's Wife: A Letter
712(2)
Primary Sources: ``A Few Don'ts by an Imagist''
714(1)
Elements of Literature: The Objective Correlative
715(1)
The Garden
716(1)
William Carlos Williams
717(7)
The Red Wheelbarrow
718(1)
The Great Figure
719(1)
Tract
720(2)
Spring and All
722(1)
Primary Sources: Williams Talks About Poetry
723(1)
Marianne Moore
724(5)
The Steeple-Jack
725(3)
Primary Sources: Animals and Athletes
728(1)
Carl Sandburg
729(6)
Chicago
731(2)
Limited
733(1)
Primary Sources: ``Rhymes are iron fetters''
734(1)
E. E. Cummings
735(5)
nobody loses all the time
736(2)
what if a much of a which of a wind
738(1)
Primary Sources: ``Miracles are to come''
739(1)
T. S. Eliot
740(10)
The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock
742(8)
Wallace Stevens
750(18)
The Death of a Soldier
752(1)
Anecdote of the Jar
753(1)
Primary Sources: Poetry and Meaning
754(1)
Exercises in Critical Thinking and Writing: Analyzing a Poem
Disillusionment of Ten O'Clock
755(1)
Wallace Stevens
Poetry
755(3)
Marianne Moore
Unit Ten: AMERICAN DRAMA
Introduction
758(10)
Tennessee Williams
768(44)
The Glass Menagerie
769(42)
Primary Sources: The Model for Laura
811(1)
Lorraine Hansberry
812(64)
A Raisin in the Sun
813(53)
Primary Sources: A Letter from the Playwright
866(1)
Exercises in Critical Thinking and Writing: Evaluating a Play
867(3)
Unit Eleven: FICTION--1945 TO THE PRESENT
Introduction
870(4)
Time Line
874(2)
Isaac Bashevis Singer
876(9)
The Key
877(7)
Primary Sources: Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech, 1978
884(1)
Bernard Malamud
885(12)
The Magic Barrel
886(11)
John Updike
897(5)
Son
898(4)
Julia Alvarez
902(9)
Daughter of Invention
903(8)
Amy Tan
911(8)
Rules of the Game
912(6)
Primary Sources: An Interview with Amy Tan
918(1)
Donald Barthelme
919(6)
Game
920(4)
Elements of Literature: Satire
924(1)
Mark Helprin
925(9)
Tamar
926(8)
Tim O'Brien
934(8)
Speaking of Courage
935(7)
James Alan McPherson
942(11)
Why I Like Country Music
943(10)
Anne Tyler
953(14)
Your Place Is Empty
954(12)
Primary Sources: ``Still Just Writing''
966(1)
Andrea Lee
967(10)
New African
968(9)
The American Language: Euphemisms
977(10)
Exercises in Critical Thinking and Writing: Evaluating a Story's Ending
982(2)
Unit Twelve: MODERN NONFICATION
Introduction
984(3)
E. B. White
987(7)
Death of a Pig
988(6)
Lewis Thomas
994(4)
Ceti
995(3)
Russell Baker
998(6)
Little Red Riding Hood Revisited
999(3)
School vs. Education
1002(2)
Richard Wright
1004(10)
From Black Boy
1005(9)
N. Scott Momaday
1014(7)
From The Way to Rainy Mountain
1015(6)
James Baldwin
1021(4)
Autobiographical Notes
1022(3)
Maxine Hong Kingston
1025(8)
The Girl Who Wouldn't Talk, From The Woman Warrior
1026(7)
Susan Allen Toth
1033(7)
Out East, From Ivy Days
1034(5)
Primary Sources: ``The Importance of Being Remembered''
1039(1)
Alice Walker
1040(4)
Choice: A Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
1041(3)
Sandra Cisneros
1044(4)
Straw into Gold: The Metamorphosis of the Everyday
1045(3)
John Hersey
1048(10)
A Noiseless Flash, From Hiroshima
1049(9)
Michael Herr
1058(6)
From Dispatches
1059(5)
Jamaica Kincaid
1064(6)
From A Small Place
1065(5)
William Least Heat Moon
1070(18)
From Blue Highways
1071(7)
The American Language: High Tech's Influence
1078(5)
Exercises in Critical Thinking and Writing: Evaluating Nonfiction: Fact and Opinion
1083(3)
Unit Thirteen: POETRY IN A TIME OF DIVERSITY
Introduction
1086(2)
Theodore Roethke
1088(2)
Elegy for Jane
1089(1)
Robert Hayden
1090(3)
``Summertime and the Living...''
1091(2)
Elizabeth Bishop
1093(5)
First Death in Nova Scotia
1094(2)
Little Exercise
1096(2)
Randall Jarrell
1098(2)
The Death of the Ball Turret Gunner
1099(1)
Primary Sources: The Ball Turret
1099(1)
Gwendolyn Brooks
1100(2)
Of De Witt Williams on His Way to Lincoln Cemetery
1101(1)
Robert Lowell
1102(6)
For the Union Dead
1104(4)
Richard Wilbur
1108(4)
The Beautiful Changes
1109(1)
Year's End
1110(2)
James Dickey
1112(3)
Sled Burial, Dream Ceremony
1113(2)
James Merrill
1115(2)
Kite Poem
1116(1)
Adrienne Rich
1117(2)
Power
1118(1)
Sylvia Plath
1119(3)
Spinster
1120(2)
Anne Sexton
1122(2)
Riding the Elevator into the Sky
1123(1)
John Berryman
1124(3)
Winter Landscape
1125(2)
James Wright
1127(3)
A Blessing
1129(1)
Louise Erdrich
1130(3)
Indian Boarding School: The Runaways
1131(1)
Primary Sources: The Wellsprings of Creativity
1132(1)
Julia Alvarez: How I Learned to Sweep
1133(1)
Allen Ginsberg
1134(5)
Homework
1135(2)
Exercises in Critical Thinking and Writing: Evaluating a Poem
That Gull
1137(1)
John Malcolm Brinnin
Washyuma Motor Hotel
1137(2)
Simon J. Ortiz
Literary Map of the United States 1139(1)
The Novel: Study Guide 1140(8)
The Scarlet Letter
1140(4)
Nathaniel Hawthorne
The Great Gatsby
1144(4)
F. Scott Fitzgerald
Writing About Literature 1148(5)
Writing Answers to Essay Questions
1148(1)
Writing and Revising a Research Paper
1149(1)
A Model Essay
1150(2)
Documenting Sources
1152(1)
Literature and Language 1153(16)
Using Pronouns and Antecedents Correctly
1153(2)
Combining Sentences
1155(2)
Correcting Sentence Fragments
1157(2)
Using Commas Correctly
1159(2)
Using the Descriptive and Narrative Modes
1161(2)
Using the Expository and Persuasive Aims
1163(4)
Using Effective Diction
1167(2)
Handbook of Literary Terms 1169(14)
The Gettysburg Address
1177(6)
Abraham Lincoln
Grammar, Usage, and Mechanics: A Reference Guide 1183(46)
Parts of Speech
1183(2)
The Sentence
1185(3)
Problems of Agreement
1188(3)
Using Verbs Correctly
1191(6)
Using Pronouns Correctly
1197(2)
Using Modifiers Correctly
1199(4)
Common Usage Problems
1203(6)
Rules for Capitalization
1209(4)
Punctuation
1213(9)
Spelling
1222(7)
Glossary 1229(6)
Index of Skills 1235(9)
Critical Thinking Exercises
1238(1)
Index of Commentaries
1238(6)
Index of Authors and Titles 1244


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