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Holt Elements of Literature: Fifth Course,9780030683787

Holt Elements of Literature: Fifth Course

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Table of Contents

Maps
United States 44(2)
United States Eastern Seaboard 46(1)
Central and South America 47
Encounters and Foundations to 1800
Time Line
2(2)
Political and Social Milestones
4(2)
Introduction to the Literary Period: Encounters and Foundations
6(15)
Gary Q. Arpin
The Sun Still Rises in the Same Sky: Native American Literature
21(3)
Joseph Bruchac
The Sky Tree
24(1)
Joseph Bruchac
The Earth Only
24(1)
Coyote Finishes His Work
25(3)
Barry Lopez
Here Follow Some Verses upon the Burning of Our House, July 10, 1666
28(4)
Anne Bradstreet
Literature of the Americas
World, in hounding me . . .
32(1)
Alan S. Trueblood
Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz
En perseguirme, mundo
32(4)
from A Narrative of the Captivity
36(9)
Mary Rowlandson
from Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God
45(6)
Jonathan Edwards
from The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano
51(9)
Olaudah Equiano
Connection / from To the Right Honorable William, Earl of Dartmouth
60(2)
Phillis Wheatley
Connection / Honoring African Heritage
62(4)
Halimah Abdullah
from The Autobiography
66(6)
Benjamin Franklin
Connection / from All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten
72(1)
Robert Fulghum
from Poor Richard's Almanack
73(6)
Benjamin Franklin
Speech to the Virginia Convention
79(7)
Patrick Henry
from The Crisis, No. I
86(8)
Thomas Paine
Political Points of View Freedom and Equality
94(2)
from The Autobiography: The Declaration of Independence
96(11)
Thomas Jefferson
from The Iroquois Constitution
107(2)
Letter to John Adams
109(1)
Abigail Adams
from Declaration of Sentiments of the Seneca Falls Woman's Rights Convention
110(3)
Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Read On for Independent Reading
113(1)
Writing Workshop Writing an Editorial
114(8)
Listening and Speaking Workshop Presenting and Evaluating Speeches
122(4)
Collection I: Skills Review
Comparing Literature
To My Dear and Loving Husband
126(1)
Anne Bradstreet
Love is not all
127(3)
Edna St. Vincent Millay
Vocabulary Skills
130(1)
Writing Skills
131(3)
American Romanticism 1800-1860
Time Line
134(2)
Political and Social Milestones
136(2)
Introduction to the Literary Period: American Romanticism
138(13)
Gary Q. Arpin
The Devil and Tom Walker
151(15)
Washington Irving
Thanatopsis
166(5)
William Cullen Bryant
The Tide Rises, the Tide Falls
171(2)
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
The Cross of Snow
173(2)
Connection / Return to Gitche Gumee
175(6)
J. D. McClatchy
from Nature
181(3)
Ralph Waldo Emerson
from Self-Reliance
184(7)
from Walden, or Life in the Woods
191(14)
Henry David Thoreau
Connection / from Heaven Is Under Our Feet
205(3)
Don Henley
Political Points of View Civil Disobedience
208(2)
from Resistance to Civil Government
210(9)
Henry David Thoreau
from On Nonviolent Resistance
219(2)
Mohandas K. Gandhi
from Letter from Birmingham City Jail
221(6)
Martin Luther King, Jr.
Dr. Heidegger's Experiment
227(11)
Nathaniel Hawthorne
The Minister's Black Veil
238(17)
The Pit and the Pendulum
255(18)
Edgar Allan Poe
The Raven
273(5)
Primary Source / Poe's Process: Writing
``The Raven''
278(2)
Edgar Allan Poe
Eldorado
280(3)
Read On For Independent Reading
283(1)
Writing Workshop Writing a Short Story
284(8)
Collection 2: Skills Review
Comparing Literature
To Helen
292(1)
Edgar Allan Poe
Helen by H. D.
293(3)
Vocabulary Skills
296(1)
Writing Skills
297(3)
American Masters: Whitman and Dickinson
Time Line
300(2)
Introduction to the Literary Period: American Masters: Whitman and Dickinson
302(8)
John Malcolm Brinnin
I Hear America Singing
310(3)
Walt Whitman
from Song of Myself 10 Alone far in the wilds
313(3)
from 33 I understand the large hearts of heroes
316(3)
52 The spotted hawk swoops by
319(2)
A Sight in Camp in the Daybreak Gray and Dim
321(2)
Primary Source / from Specimen Days
323(2)
Walt Whitman
Connection / from Hospital Sketches
325(6)
Louisa May Alcott
Literature of the Americas
Plenos poderes
331(1)
Pablo Neruda
Full Powers
331(6)
Ben Belitt
Alastair Reid
The Soul selects her own Society
337(1)
Emily Dickinson
If you were coming in the Fall
338(2)
Primary Source / ``If you were coming in the Fall''
340(2)
Emily Dickinson
Tell all the Truth but tell it slant
342(2)
Apparently with no surprise
344(1)
Success is counted sweetest
345(2)
Because I could not stop for Death
347(2)
I heard a Fly buzz---when I died
349(1)
Much Madness is divinest Sense
350(1)
Primary Source / ``I sing . . . because I am afraid''
351(3)
Emily Dickinson
Connection / In the season of change
354(1)
Teresa Palomo Acosta
Connection / Emily Dickinson
355(1)
Linda Pastan
Connection / Emily Dickinson
355(4)
Gary Smith
Read On for Independent Reading
359(1)
Writing Workshop Writing a Reflective
360(8)
Listening and Speaking Workshop Presenting a Reflection
368(2)
Collection 3: Skills Review
Comparing Literature
from Song of Myself, I
370(1)
Walt Whitman
Who Understands Me but Me
371(3)
Jimmy Santiago Baca
Vocabulary Skills
374(1)
Writing Skills
375(3)
The Rise of Realism: The Civil War to 1914
Time Line
378(2)
Political and Social Milestones
380(2)
Introduction to the Literary Period: The Rise of Realism
382(14)
Gary Q. Arpin
Political Points of View Slavery
396(2)
from Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass
398(8)
Frederick Douglass
from Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl
406(6)
Harriet A. Jacobs
from My Bondage and My Freedom
412(2)
Frederick Douglass
Go Down, Moses
414(1)
Follow the Drinking Gourd
415(1)
Swing Low, Sweet Chariot
416(1)
The Most Remarkable Woman of This Age
417(6)
An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge
423(9)
Ambrose Bierce
Political Points of View The Civil War
432(2)
A Mystery of Heroism
434(8)
Stephen Crane
War Is Kind
442(3)
Letter to His Son
445(2)
Robert E. Lee
Letter to Sarah Ballou
447(1)
Maj. Sullivan Ballou
The Gettysburg Address
448(1)
Abraham Lincoln
from A Diary from Dixie
449(1)
Mary Chesnut
from Men at War: An Interview with Shelby Foote
450(5)
Ken Burns
``I Will Fight No More Forever''
455(4)
Chief Joseph
The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County
459(7)
Mark Twain
Primary Source / The Frog Jumping of the County of Calaveras
466(2)
Mark Twain
The Lowest Animal
468(6)
Connection / A Time of Gifts
474(6)
Stephen Jay Gould
To Build a Fire
480(13)
Jack London
Connection / from Left for Dead
493(6)
Literature of the Americas
What Do You Feel Underground?
499(4)
Maria Giachetti
Gabriela Mistral
A Pair of Silk Stockings
503(7)
Kate Chopin
Connection / Now and Then, America
510(3)
Pat Mora
A Wagner Matinee
513(10)
Willa Cather
Richard Cory
523(1)
Edwin Arlington Robinson
Miniver Cheevy
524(1)
Primary Source / Robinson on Richard Cory
525(2)
Edwin Arlington Robinson
Read On For Independent Reading
527(1)
Writing Workshop Reporting Historical Research
528(20)
Listening and Speaking Workshop Presenting Historical Research
548(2)
Collection 4: Skills Review
Comparing Literature
from The Red Badge of Courage
550(2)
Stephen Crane
Camouflaging the Chimera
552(2)
Yusef Komunyakaa
Vocabulary Skills
554(1)
Writing Skills
555(3)
The Moderns
Time Line
558(2)
Political and Social Milestones
560(2)
Introduction to the Literary Period: The Moderns
562(9)
John Leggett
John Malcolm Brinnin
MAKE IT NEW!
Symbolism, Imagism, and Beyond
571(4)
John Malcolm Brinnin
The River-Merchant's Wife: A Letter
575(3)
Ezra Pound
The Garden
578(1)
Primary Source / A Few Don'ts by an Imagiste
579(4)
Ezra Pound
The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock
583(9)
T. S. Eliot
The Red Wheelbarrow
592(2)
William Carlos Williams
The Great Figure
594(1)
This Is Just to Say
595(3)
Poetry
598(1)
Marianne Moore
Connection / Ars Poetica
599(3)
Archibald MacLeish
what if a much of a which of a wind
602(1)
E. E. Cummings
Primary Source / ``Miracles are to come''
603(1)
E. E. Cummings
somewhere i have never travelled, gladly beyond
603(2)
Mini-Workshop Writing a Descriptive
605(5)
MODERN AMERICAN FICTION
Soldier's Home
610(8)
Ernest Hemingway
Primary Source / Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech, 1954
618(5)
Ernest Hemingway
Winter Dreams
623(17)
F. Scott Fitzgerald
Primary Source / A Letter to His Daughter
640(5)
F. Scott Fitzgerald
A Rose for Emily
645(9)
William Faulkner
Primary Source / Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech, 1950
654(4)
William Faulkner
Literature of the Americas
The Feather Pillow
658(7)
Margaret Sayers Peden
Horacio Quiroga
Mini-Workshop Analyzing Literature
665(4)
MIDCENTURY VOICES
The Leader of the People
669(16)
John Steinbeck
A Worn Path
685(7)
Eudora Welty
Primary Source / ``Is Phoenix Jackson's Grandson Really Dead?''
692(4)
Eudora Welty
The Jilting of Granny Weatherall
696(11)
Katherine Anne Porter
The Secret Life of Walter Mitty
707(5)
James Thurber
Primary Source / The New Yorker's Farewell
712(5)
E. B. White
Primary Source / Common Diction
717(1)
Robert Frost
Design
718(3)
Robert Frost
Nothing Gold Can Stay
721(1)
Connection / Trying to Name What Doesn't Change
722(2)
Naomi Shihab Nye
Birches
724(3)
Robert Frost
Mending Wall
727(2)
Connection / Mending Test
729(1)
Penelope Bryant Turk
Connection / To the Editor
729(2)
Jeffrey Meyers
The Death of the Hired Man
731(5)
Robert Frost
Primary Source / ``I must have the pulse beat of rhythm . . .''
736(3)
Robert Frost
Mini-Workshop Writing a Biographical Narrative
739(3)
THE HARLEM RENAISSANCE
The Harlem Renaissance
742(3)
Tableau
745(2)
Countee Cullen
Incident
747(3)
The Weary Blues
750(4)
Langston Hughes
Harlem
754(2)
Primary Source / Heyday in Harlem
756(3)
Langston Hughes
The Negro Speaks of Rivers
759(2)
Connection / the mississippi river empties into the gulf
761(2)
Lucille Clifton
from Dust Tracks on a Road
763(10)
Zora Neale Hurston
Read On for Independent Reading
773(1)
Writing Workshop Analyzing a Novel
774(8)
Listening and Speaking Workshop Presenting a Literary Analysis
782(2)
Collection 5: Skills Review
Comparing Literature
America
784(1)
Claude McKay
Homework
785(3)
Allen Ginsberg
Vocabulary Skills
788(1)
Writing Skills
789(3)
Contemporary Literature
Time Line
792(2)
Political and Social Milestones
794(2)
Introduction to the Literary Period: Contemporary Literature
796(15)
John Leggett
Susan Allen Toth
John Malcolm Brinnin
Thomas Hernacki
Political Points of View World War II
811(3)
The Death of the Ball Turret Gunner
814(1)
Randall Jarrell
Primary Source / The Ball Turret
815(2)
Randall Jarrell
from Night translated
817(13)
Stella Rodway
Elie Wiesel
A Noiseless Flash from Hiroshima
830(12)
John Hersey
Primary Source / Unforgettable Fire
842(3)
Yasuko Yamagata
``The Arrogance and Cruelty of Power'' from Speech at the Nuremberg Trials, November 21, 1945
845(10)
Robert H. Jackson
from The Diary of a Young Girl
855(3)
Anne Frank
``The Biggest Battle of All History'' from The Greatest Generation Speaks
858(2)
Tom Brokaw
John Whitehead
from April in Germany
860(6)
Margaret Bourke-White
CONTEMPORARY FICTION
Speaking of Courage
866(11)
Tim O'Brien
Game
877(6)
Donald Barthelme
Connection / The Unknown Citizen
883(5)
W. H. Auden
Everything Stuck to Him
888(5)
Raymond Carver
Connection / A Still, Small Voice
893(5)
Jay Mclnerney
Daughter of Invention
898(14)
Julia Alvarez
Literature of the Americas
The Handsomest Drowned Man in the World
912(8)
Gregory Rabassa
Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Rules of the Game from The Joy Luck Club
920(13)
Amy Tan
When Mr. Pirzada Came to Dine
933(14)
Jhumpa Lahiri
Connection / The Ravaged People of East Pakistan
947(5)
Alvin S. Toffler
The Book of the Dead
952(12)
Edwidge Danticat
Mini-Workshop Writing an Autobiographical Narrative
964(4)
CONTEMPORARY NONFICTION
from Black Boy
968(17)
Richard Wright
The Girl Who Wouldn't Talk from The Woman Warrior
985(12)
Maxine Hong Kingston
from The Way to Rainy Mountain
997(10)
N. Scott Momaday
from In Search of Our Mothers' Gardens
1007(8)
Alice Walker
Autobiographical Notes
1015(5)
James Baldwin
Connection / from On James Baldwin Eulogy
1020(4)
Toni Morrison
Straw into Gold
1024(7)
Sandra Cisneros
Mini-Workshop Analyzing Nonfiction
1031(4)
CONTEMPORARY POETRY
Night Journey
1035(4)
Theodore Roethke
The Beautiful Changes
1039(4)
Richard Wilbur
The Fish
1043(3)
Elizabeth Bishop
One Art
1046(4)
Mirror
1050(2)
Sylvia Plath
Mushrooms
1052(4)
The Bells
1056(2)
Anne Sexton
Young
1058(3)
The Bean Eaters
1061(2)
Gwendolyn Brooks
In Honor of David Anderson Brooks, My Father
1063(3)
Elsewhere
1066(4)
Derek Walcott
The Memory of Elena
1070(2)
Carolyn Forche
Primary Source / Bearing Witness: An Interview with Carolyn Forche
1072(3)
Bill Moyers
Literature of the Americas
Ars Poetica
1075(3)
D. J. Flakoll
Claribel Alegria
The Latin Deli: An Ars Poetica
1078(4)
Judith Ortiz Cofer
Testimonial
1082(4)
Rita Dove
Coastal
1086(3)
Mark Doty
Visions and Interpretations
1089(4)
Li-Young Lee
Medusa
1093(4)
Agha Shahid Ali
Man Listening to Disc
1097(4)
Billy Collins
Read On for Independent Reading
1101(1)
Media Workshop Analyzing and Using Media
1102(8)
Listening and Speaking Workshop Reciting Literature
1110(2)
Collection 6: Skills Review
Comparing Literature
How I Learned to Sweep
1112(2)
Julia Alvarez
September, 1918
1114(2)
Amy Lowell
Vocabulary Skills
1116(1)
Writing Skills
1117(4)
Resource Center
Reading Matters
Kylene Beers
When the Text Is Tough
1121(1)
Improving Your Comprehension
1122(9)
Improving Your Reading Rate
1131(2)
Vocabulary Development
1133(2)
The World of Work
Reading
1135(1)
Informative Documents
1135(1)
Consumer Documents
1135(1)
Workplace Documents
1136(1)
Persuasive Documents
1137(1)
Critiquing Persuasive Documents
1138(1)
Writing
1138(1)
Job Applications and Resumes
1138(1)
Workplace Documents
1138(1)
Word-Processing Features
1139(1)
Formatting Documents
1139(1)
Integrating Databases, Graphics, and Spreadsheets
1139(1)
A Model Resume
1139(2)
Writer's Handbook
The Writing Process
1141(2)
Paragraphs
1143(4)
The Writer's Language
1147(2)
Designing Your Writing
1149(4)
Test Smarts
Flo Ota De Lange
Sheri Henderson
Strategies for Taking Multiple-Choice Tests
1153(9)
Strategies for Taking Writing Tests
1162(7)
Handbook of Literary and Historical Terms
1169(20)
Language Handbook
1189(40)
The Parts of Speech
1190(1)
Agreement
1191(2)
Using Verbs
1193(2)
Using Pronouns
1195(2)
Using Modifiers
1197(2)
Phrases
1199(2)
Clauses
1201(1)
Sentence Structure
1202(3)
Sentence Style
1205(3)
Sentence Combining
1208(1)
Capitalization
1208(4)
Punctuation
1212(7)
Spelling
1219(3)
Glossary of Usage
1222(7)
Glossary
1229(7)
Spanish Glossary
1236(9)
Acknowledgments
1245(4)
Picture Credits
1249(4)
Index of Skills
1253(14)
Literary Skills
1253(2)
Vocabulary Skills
1255(1)
Reading Skills
1255(1)
Writing Skills
1256(5)
Language (Grammar, Usage, and Mechanics) Skills
1261(2)
Listening and Speaking Skills
1263(2)
Independent Reading
1265(2)
Index of Art
1267(4)
Index of Authors and Titles
1271


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