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An Introduction to Literature: Fiction, Poetry, Drama

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Summary

A leader in the market for over 30 years, this paperback anthology continues to uphold the traditions that have made it a successclassic and contemporary selections with a range of multicultural voices as well as a non-intrusive apparatus that covers the elements of literature and the writing processwhile incorporating fresh new material. The new edition features "Writer's at Work", a novel, The Awakening by Kate Chopin, a new casebook on Hamlet, a 24-page color insert "Poems and Paintings" and more student writing throughout.

Table of Contents

Preface xxi
Part One Reading, Thinking, and Writing Critically about Literature 1(52)
Reading and Responding to Literature
3(21)
What is Literature?
3(5)
Looking at an Example: Robert Frost's Immigrants
4(3)
Looking at a Second Example: Pat Mora's, Immigrants
7(1)
Thinking About a Story: The Parable of the Prodigal Son
8(3)
Stories True and False
11(3)
Samuel
12(2)
Grace Paley
What's Past is Prologue
14(10)
The Hanging of the Mouse
15(2)
Elizabeth Bishop
Epitaph on an Army of Mercenaries
17(2)
A. E. Housman
Another Epitaph on an Army of Mercenaries
19(1)
Hug MacDiarmid
Christmas Tree
20(2)
James Merrill
Might We Too?
22(2)
W. F. Bolton
Writing about Literature: From Idea to Essay
24(29)
Why Write?
24(1)
Getting Ideas: Pre-Writing
25(8)
Annotating a Text
25(1)
Brainstorming for Ideas for Writing
26(1)
The Story of an Hour
26(2)
Kate Chopin
Focused Free Writing
28(1)
Listing and Clustering
29(1)
Developing an Awareness of the Writer's Use of Language
30(1)
Asking Questions
30(1)
Keeping a Journal
31(1)
Arriving at a Thesis
32(1)
Writing a Draft
33(5)
Sample Draft of an Essay on Kate Chopin's ``The Story of an Hour'': Ironies in an Hour
34(1)
Revising a Draft
35(1)
Peer Review
36(2)
The Final Version: ``Ironies of Life in Kate Chopin's The Story an Hour''
38(2)
A Brief Overview of the Final Version
39(1)
Explication
40(4)
A Sample Explication
41(1)
The Balloon of the Mind
41(3)
William Butler Yeats
Comparison and Contrast
44(1)
Review: How to Write an Effective Essay
45(2)
Additional Readings
47(6)
Ripe Figs
47(1)
Kate Chopin
For the Feeling of an Elm in the Harvard Yard
48(1)
Adrienne Rich
The Black Walnut Tree
49(1)
Mary Oliver
Refugee Ship
50(3)
Lorna Dee Cervantes
Part Two Fiction 53(586)
Approaching Fiction: Responding in Writing
55(11)
Cat in the Rain
55(3)
Ernest Hemingway
Responses: Annotations and Journal Entries
58(4)
A Sample Essay by a Student: ``Hemingway's American Wife''
62(4)
Stories and Meanings: Plot, Character, Theme
66(19)
The Vixen and the Lioness
66(1)
Aesop
The Appointment in Samara
67(1)
W. Somerset Maugham
Muddy Road
68(1)
Anonymous
Misery
69(7)
Anton Chekhov
The Storm
76(4)
Kate Chopin
Desiree's Baby
80(5)
Kate Chopin
Narrative Point of View
85(24)
Participant (or First-Person) Points of View
86(1)
Nonparticipant (or Third-Person) Points of View
87(1)
The Point of a Point of View
88(21)
A & P
89(6)
John Updike
In the Gloaming
95(14)
Alice Elliot Dark
Allegory and Symbolism
109(21)
A Note on Setting
112(18)
Two Stories
112(1)
Eudora Welty
A Worn Path
113(6)
Livvie
119(11)
In Brief: Writing about Fiction
130(14)
Plot
130(1)
Character
130(1)
Point of View
131(1)
Setting
131(1)
Symbolism
132(1)
Style
132(1)
Theme
132(1)
A Story, Notes, and an Essay
133(5)
The Cask of Amontillado
133(5)
Edgar Allan Poe
A Student's Written Response to a Story
138(6)
Notes
138(2)
Essay:``Revenge, Noble and Ignoble''
140(4)
A Fiction Writer at Work: Raymond Carver
144(7)
Mine
145(1)
Little Things
145(2)
Talking about Stories
147(2)
On Rewriting
149(2)
Thinking Critically about a Short Story: A Casebook on Ralph Ellison's ``Battle Royal''
151(34)
Battle Royal
151(16)
Ralph Ellison
Atlanta Exposition Address
167(3)
Booker T. Washington
Of Our Spiritual Strivings
170(1)
W. E. B. Du Bois
Of Mr. Booker T. Washington and Others
171(3)
W. E. B. Du Bois
On Social Equality
174(4)
Gunnar Myrdal
On Negro Folklore (Interview)
178(2)
Ralph Ellison
Life in Oklahoma City
180(5)
Ralph Ellison
Three Fiction Writers in Depth
185(97)
Nathaniel Hawthorne
Flannery O'Connor
Alice Munro
Three Stories and Remarks on Fiction
186(33)
Nathaniel Hawthorne
Roger Malvin's Burial
186(13)
Young Goodman Brown
199(10)
The Minister's Black Veil
209(9)
Selections from the Notebooks
218(1)
Two Stories and Observations on Literature
219(33)
Flannery O'Connor
A Good Man Is Hard to Find
220(12)
Revelation
232(14)
On Fiction: Remarks from Essays and Letters
246(5)
On Interpreting A Good Man Is Hard to Find
251(1)
Two Stories and an Interview
252(30)
Alice Munro
Boys and Girls
253(9)
The Children Stay
262(17)
A Conversation (Interview)
279(3)
A Collection of Short Fiction
282(255)
The Death of Ivan Ilych
285(40)
Leo Tolstoy
Hautot and His Son
325(8)
Guy de Maupassant
The Yellow Wallpaper
333(12)
Charlotte Perkins Gilman
Araby
345(4)
James Joyce
The Horse Dealer's Daughter
349(12)
D. H. Lawrence
A Rose for Emily
361(12)
William Faulkner
The Gospel According to Mark
373(4)
Jorge Luis Borges
The Chrysanthemums
377(8)
John Steinbeck
One Friday Morning
385(6)
Langston Hughes
The Son from America
391(5)
Isaac Bashevis Singer
A Woman on a Roof
396(7)
Doris Lessing
The Mourners
403(5)
Bernard Malamud
Contemporary Voices
Civil Peace
408(4)
Chinua Achebe
Separating
412(8)
John Updike
Christ in the House of Martha and Mary
420(5)
A. S. Byatt
Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?
425(12)
Joyce Carol Oates
The Lesson
437(5)
Toni Cade Bambara
Shiloh
442(10)
Bobbie Ann Mason
If You Touched My Heart
452(6)
Isabel Allende
Everyday Use
458(7)
Alice Walker
Powder
465(3)
Tobias Wolff
The Things They Carried
468(12)
Tim O'Brien
The Man to Send Rain Clouds
480(4)
Leslie Marmon Silko
Girl
484(1)
Jamaica Kincaid
The Two
485(6)
Gloria Naylor
Two Kinds
491(9)
Amy Tan
Courting a Monk
500(10)
Katherine Min
How to Become a Writer
510(5)
Lorrie Moore
The Red Convertible
515(7)
Louise Erdrich
Territory
522(15)
David Leavitt
The Novel
537(102)
Observations on the Novel
537(102)
Reading Kate Chopin's The Awakening
541(1)
Picture Portfolio: Kate Chopin and New Orleans
542(4)
The Awakening
546(93)
Kate Chopin
Part Three Poetry 639(310)
Approaching Poetry: Responding in Writing
641(11)
Harlem
641(2)
Langston Hughes
Thinking about ``Harlem''
643(1)
Some Journal Entries
644(1)
Final Draft
645(2)
Song: Love Armed
647(1)
Aphra Behn
Journal Entries
648(1)
A Sample Essay by a Student: ``The Double Nature of Love''
649(3)
Lyric Poetry
652(19)
Michael Row the Boat Ashore
652(1)
Anonymous
Careless Love
653(1)
Anonymous
The Colorado Trail
654(1)
Anonymous
Sally Goodin
654(1)
Anonymous
Western Wind
655(1)
Anonymous
Stop All the Clocks, Cut Off the Telephone
656(1)
W. H. Auden
Spellbound
657(1)
Emily Bronte
The Self-Unseeing
658(1)
Thomas Hardy
Deep River
659(1)
Anonymous
Didn't My Lord Deliver Daniel
660(1)
Anonymous
Evenin' Air Blues
661(1)
Langston Hughes
I Ask My Mother to Sing
662(1)
Li-Young Lee
The Spring and the Fall
662(1)
Edna St. Vincent Millay
Anthem for Doomed Youth
663(1)
Wilfred Owen
A Noiseless Patient Spider
664(1)
Walt Whitman
Ode on a Grecian Urn
665(2)
John Keats
e. e. cummings, anyone lived in a pretty how town
667(2)
Sympathy
669(1)
Pual Laurence Dunbar
Jump Cabling
670(1)
Linda Pastan
The Speaking Tone of Voice
671(21)
I'm Nobody! Who Are You?
672(2)
Emily Dickinson
The Hour-Glass
674(1)
Ben Jonson
We Real Cool
674(1)
Gwendolyn Brooks
The Reader as the Speaker
675(3)
Not Waving but Drowning
676(1)
Stevie Smith
Homosexuality
676(2)
Frank O'Hara
The Dramatic Monologue
678(2)
My Last Duchess
678(2)
Robert Browning
Diction and Tone
680(7)
To the Virgins, to Make Much of Time
681(1)
Robert Herrick
The Man He Killed
682(1)
Thomas Hardy
An Epitaph
683(1)
Walter de la Mare
Spring and Fall: To a Young Child
684(1)
Gerard Manley Hopkins
For a Lady I Know
685(1)
Countee Cullen
My Mother and the Bed
685(2)
Lyn Lifshin
The Voice of the Satirist
687(5)
e. e. cummings, next to of course god america i
687(1)
Barbie Doll
688(1)
Marge Piercy
Dear John Wayne
689(3)
Louise Erdrich
Figurative Language: Simile, Metaphor, Personification, Apostrophe
692(16)
A Red, Red Rose
693(1)
Robert Burns
Metaphors
694(1)
Sylvia Plath
Simile
695(1)
A Simile for Her Smile
695(1)
Richard Wilbur
Metaphor
696(3)
On First Looking into Chapman's Homer
697(1)
John Keats
A Work of Artifice
698(1)
Marge Piercy
Personification
699(1)
Apostrophe
699(9)
Song
700(1)
Edmund Waller
The Red Wheelbarrow
701(1)
William Carlos Williams
The Eagle
702(1)
Alfred, Lord Tennyson
On the Death of Mr. Robert Levet
703(1)
Samuel Johnson
Digging
704(1)
Seamus Heaney
Hawk
705(3)
Mary Oliver
Imagery and Symbolism
708(26)
The Sick Rose
709(1)
William Blake
I Saw in Louisiana a Live-Oak Growing
710(3)
Walt Whitman
The Whale in the Blue Washing Machine
713(1)
John Haines
Kubla Khan
713(3)
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
The Master
716(2)
Frederick Morgan
The Tropics in New York
718(1)
Claude McKay
Diving into the Wreck
719(2)
Adrienne Rich
Salvator Mundi: Via Crucis
721(2)
Denise Levertov
Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird
723(3)
Wallace Stevens
A Note on Haiku
726(2)
Fallen petals rise
726(1)
Moritake
If only we could
726(1)
Sokan
River in summer
726(1)
Shiki
Four Haiku
727(1)
Richard Wright
After weeks of watching the roof leak
727(1)
Gary Snyder
Writing a Haiku
727(1)
Look, O look, there go
728(1)
Taigi
Can Poetry be Translated?
728(6)
Looking at Translations of a Poem
729(1)
Charles Baudelaire
L'Albatros
729(2)
Charles Baudelaire
El Pensador de Rodin
731(3)
Gabriela Mistral
Irony
734(12)
Rites of Passage
735(1)
Sharon Olds
How to Eat Alone
736(2)
Daniel Halpern
Ozymandias
738(1)
Percy Bysshe Shelley
To His Coy Mistress
739(1)
Andrew Marvell
Holy Sonnet XIV (``Batter my heart, threepersoned God'')
740(1)
John Donne
Dream Boogie
741(2)
Langston Hughes
Tony Went to the Bodega but He Didn't Buy Anything
743(1)
Martin Espada
Love Is Not All: It Is Not Meat nor Drink
744(2)
Edna St. Vincent Millay
Rhythm and Versification
746(18)
An Immorality
747(2)
Ezra Pound
Eight O'Clock
749(1)
A. E. Housman
The Dance
750(1)
William Carlos Williams
Do not go gentle into that good night
751(1)
Dylan Thomas
The Pitcher
752(1)
Robert Francis
The Boyhood of Raleigh
753(2)
Roger McGough
Versification: A Glossary for Reference
755(9)
Meter
755(2)
Patterns of Sound
757(2)
Blackberry Eating
759(1)
Galway Kinnell
Stanzaic Patterns
760(1)
Nothing in Heaven Functions as It Ought
761(1)
X. J. Kennedy
Blank Verse and Free Verse
762(1)
When I Heard the Learn'd Astronomer
763(1)
Walt Whitman
In Brief: Writing about Poetry
764(10)
First Response
764(1)
Speaker and Tone
764(1)
Audience
765(1)
Structure and Form
765(1)
Center of Interest and Theme
765(1)
Diction
765(1)
Sound Effects
766(1)
A Note on Explication
766(1)
A Student's Written Response to a Poem
767(3)
Gretal in Darkness
767(3)
Louise Gluck
Student Essay: ``A Memory Poem: Louise Gluck's `Gretal in Darkness'''
770(4)
Poets at Work
774(13)
Three Versions of ``Leda and the Swan''
774(2)
William Butler Yeats
Cathy Song: Two Versions of ``Out of Our Hands''
776(3)
Two Versions of ``Enfans d' Adam, number 9''
779(1)
Walt Whitman
Two Versions of ``Gesture, Possibly Archaic''
780(2)
Carl Phillips
Two Versions of ``The Mercy''
782(1)
Philip Levine
On Writing ``The Mercy''
783(4)
Philip Levine
Modern and Contemporary Perspectives on Multicultural America
787(18)
Pocahontas to Her English Husband, John Rolfe
787(2)
Paula Gunn Allen
The Vanishing Red
789(1)
Robert Frost
Child of the Americas
790(1)
Aurora Levins Morales
Ellis Island
791(1)
Joseph Bruchac III
To the Lady
792(3)
Mitsuye Yamada
To live in the Borderlands means you
795(1)
Gloria Anzaldua
Facing It
796(2)
Yusef Komunyakaa
America
798(1)
Claude McKay
The Melting Pot
798(1)
Dudley Randall
Bully
799(1)
Martin Espada
So Mexicans Are Taking Jobs from Americans
800(1)
Jimmy Santiago Baca
Moving Camp Too Far
801(1)
Nila northSun
On the Amtrak from Boston to New York City
802(2)
Sherman Alexie
My Mother, Who Came from China, Where She Never Saw Snow
804(1)
Laureen Mar
Variations on Themes: Poems and Paintings
805(24)
Writing About Poems and Paintings
805(1)
A Sample Student Essay: ``Two Ways of Looking at A Starry Night''
806(23)
Van Gogh's Bed
808(2)
Jane Flanders
Mourning Picture
810(2)
Adrienne Rich
Cathy Song, Beauty and Sadness
812(2)
Luncheon on the Grass
814(2)
Carl Phillips
The Starry Night
816(2)
Anne Sexton
Musee des Beaux Arts
818(2)
W. H. Auden
Nude Descending a Staircase
820(2)
X. J. Kennedy
American Flamingo
822(2)
Greg Pape
Before the Mirror
824(2)
John Updike
The Man with the Hoe
826(3)
Edwin Markham
Three Poets in Depth: Emily Dickinson, Robert Frost, and Langston Hughes
829(44)
On Reading Authors Represented in Depth
829(2)
Emily Dickinson
831(13)
These are the days when Birds come back
832(1)
Papa above!
832(1)
Wild Nights---Wild Nights!
832(1)
There's a certain Slant of light
833(1)
I got so I could hear his name---
833(1)
The Soul Selects her own Society
834(1)
This was a Poet---It is That
834(1)
I heard a Fly buzz---when I died
835(1)
This World is not Conclusion
835(1)
I like to see it lap the Miles
836(1)
Because I could not stop for Death
836(1)
A narrow Fellow in the Grass
837(1)
Further in Summer than the Birds
837(1)
Tell all the Truth but tell it slant
838(1)
A Route of Evanescence
838(1)
Those---dying, then
839(1)
Apparently with no surprise
839(1)
I felt a Funeral, in my Brain
840(2)
I felt a Funeral, in my Brain
842(1)
I felt a Cleaving in my Mind---
843(1)
The Dust behind I strove to join
843(1)
Letters About Poetry
844(2)
Letter to Susan Gilbert (Dickinson) (1852)
844(1)
Letter to T. W. Higginson (1862)
845(1)
Letter to T. W. Higginson (1876)
846(1)
Robert Frost
846(10)
The Pasture
847(1)
Mending Wall
847(1)
The Wood-Pile
848(1)
The Road Not Taken
849(1)
The Telephone
849(1)
The Oven Bird
850(1)
Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening
850(1)
The Aim Was Song
851(1)
The Need of Being Versed in Country Things
852(1)
Acquainted with the Night
852(1)
Desert Places
853(1)
Design
853(1)
The Silken Tent
854(1)
Come In
854(1)
The Most of It
855(1)
Robert Frost on Poetry
856(2)
The Figure a Poem Makes
856(2)
From ``The Constant Symbol''
858(1)
Langston Hughes
858(9)
The Negro Speaks of Rivers
859(1)
Mother to Son
859(1)
The Weary Blues
860(1)
The South
860(1)
Ruby Brown
861(1)
Let America Be America Again
862(2)
Poet to Patron
864(1)
Ballad of the Landlord
864(1)
Too Blue
865(1)
Harlem [1]
865(1)
Theme for English B
866(1)
Poet to Bigot
867(1)
Langston Hughes on Poetry
867(6)
``The Negro and the Racial Mountain''
867(4)
On the Cultural Achievement of African-Americans
871(2)
A Collection of Poems
873(76)
A Note on Folk Ballads
873(76)
Sir Patrick Spence
874(2)
Anonymous
The Three Ravens
876(1)
Anonymous
The Twa Corbies
877(1)
Anonymous
Edward
878(1)
Anonymous
The Demon Lover
879(2)
Anonymous
John Henry
881(1)
Anonymous
(``When, in disgrace with Fortune and men's eyes'')
882(1)
William Shakespeare
(``That time of year thou mayst in me behold'')
883(1)
William Shakespeare
(``Let me not to the marriage of true minds'')
883(1)
William Shakespeare
(``Poor soul, the center of my sinful earth'')
884(1)
William Shakespeare
A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning
884(2)
John Donne
On My First Son
886(1)
Ben Jonson
When I consider how my light is spent
886(1)
John Milton
Infant Joy
887(1)
William Blake
The Lamb
888(1)
William Blake
Infant Sorrow
888(1)
William Blake
The Tyger
888(1)
William Blake
London
889(1)
William Blake
The World Is Too Much with Us
889(1)
William Wordsworth
I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud
890(1)
William Wordsworth
On Being Brought from Africa to America
891(1)
Phillis Wheatley
The Indian's Welcome to the Pilgrim Fathers
892(2)
Lydia Howard Huntley Sigourney
To Autumn
894(1)
John Keats
Ulysses
895(2)
Alfred
Lord Tennyson
The March into Virginia
897(2)
Herman Melville
Dover Beach
899(1)
Matthew Arnold
The Convergence of the Twain
900(2)
Thomas Hardy
God's Grandeur
902(1)
Gerard Manley Hopkins
Shropshire Lad #19 (To an Athlete Dying Young)
903(1)
A. E. Housman
Sailing to Byzantium
904(1)
William Butler Yeats
Richard Cory
905(1)
Edwin Arlington Robinson
To America
906(1)
James Weldon Johnson
Spring and All
906(1)
William Carlos Williams
The River-Merchant's Wife: A Letter
907(2)
Ezra Pound
In a Station of the Metro
909(1)
Ezra Pound
Helen
909(1)
H. D.
The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock
910(3)
T. S. Eliot
Incident
913(1)
Countee Cullen
Ars Poetica
914(1)
Archibald MacLeish
e. e. cummings, In Just-
915(1)
The Unknown Citizen
916(1)
W. H. Auden
The Fish
917(2)
Elizabeth Bishop
Poem
919(1)
Elizabeth Bishop
Those Winter Sundays
920(1)
Robert Hayden
Myth
921(1)
Muriel Rukeyser
Contemporary Voices
Martin Luther King Jr.
922(1)
Gwendolyn Brooks
The Dover Bitch
923(1)
Anthony Hecht
A Supermarket in California
924(1)
Allen Ginsberg
Lying in a Hammock at William Duffy's Farm in Pine Island, Minnesota
925(1)
James Wright
Disagreements
926(1)
John Hollander
Living in Sin
927(1)
Adrienne Rich
Rape
927(1)
Adrienne Rich
Aunt Jennifer's Tigers
928(1)
Adrienne Rich
For Allen Ginsberg
928(1)
X. J. Kennedy
The Real Work
929(1)
Gary Snyder
A Far Cry from Africa
930(1)
Derek Walcott
Daddy
931(3)
Sylvia Plath
A Poem for Black Hearts
934(1)
Amiri Baraka
in the inner city
935(1)
Lucille Clifton
Love Song
936(1)
Joseph Brodsky
The Times They Are A-Changin'
936(2)
Bob Dylan
Sonrisas
938(1)
Pat Mora
But He Was Cool or: he even stopped for green lights
939(1)
Don L. Lee
The School Children
940(1)
Louise Gluck
The Hug
940(1)
Tess Gallagher
Master Charge Blues
941(1)
Nikki Giovanni
Quarrel
942(1)
Ellen Bryant Voight
Chivalry
943(1)
Carol Muske
Three Thousand Dollar Death Song
944(2)
Wendy Rose
Vision
946(1)
Joy Harjo
Daystar
946(1)
Rita Dove
My Father in the Navy: A Childhood Memory
947(2)
Judith Ortiz Cofer
Part Four Drama 949(638)
Some Elements of Drama
951(17)
Thinking About the Language of Drama
951(4)
Plot and Character
955(13)
Trifles
957(11)
Susan Glaspell
Tragedy
968(210)
A Note on Greek Tragedy
972(66)
Oedipus Rex
973(37)
Sophocles
Antigone
1010(28)
Sophocles
A Casebook on Hamlet
1038(1)
A Note on the Elizabethan Theater
1038(1)
A Note on the text of Halmet
1038(7)
Hamlet on the Stage
1045(133)
Hamlet, Prince of Denmark
1048(112)
William Shakespeare
Hamlet and the Oedipus Complex
1160(2)
Ernest Jones
On the First Soliloquy
1162(2)
Stanley Wells
Representing Ophelia
1164(1)
Elaine Showalter
Playing Gertrude on Television
1165(1)
Claire Bloom
``Praised Be Rashness'': Hamlet's Chance Encounter with the Pirates (student essay)
1166(7)
Emily Sandy
The BBC Hamlet: A Television Production
1173(2)
Bernice W. Kliman
Branagh's Film of Hamlet (student essay)
1175(3)
Will Saretta
Comedy
1178(68)
The Man in a Case
1181(6)
Wendy Wasserstein
A Midsummer Night's Dream
1187(59)
William Shakespeare
In Brief: Writing about Drama
1246(14)
Plot and Conflict
1246(1)
Character
1247(1)
Tragedy
1247(1)
Comedy
1247(1)
Nonverbal Language
1248(1)
The Play in Performance
1248(1)
A Sample Student Essay, Using Sources
1249(1)
``The Women in Death of a Salesman'' (student essay)
1250(10)
Ruth Katz
A Playwright at Work: Joyce Carol Oates
1260(36)
Tone Clusters
1261(31)
On Writing Drama
1292(2)
Further Thoughts on Tone Clusters
1294(2)
A Collection of Plays in Contexts
1296(291)
A Doll's House
1296(52)
Henrik Ibsen
Contexts for a Doll's House
Notes for the Tragedy of Modern Times
1348(1)
Henrik Ibsen
Adaptation of A Doll's House for a German Production
1349(1)
Henrik Ibsen
Speech at the Banquet of the Norwegian League for Women's Rights
1350(1)
Henrik Ibsen
The Glass Menagerie
1350(47)
Tennessee William
A Context for the Glass Menagerie
Production Notes
1397(2)
Tennessee Williams
Contemporary Voices
The Death of a Salesman
1399(69)
Arthur Miller
A Context for Death of a Salesman
Tragedy and the Common Man
1468(3)
Arthur Miller
Los Vendidos
1471(11)
Luis Valdez
A Context for Los Vendidos
The Actos
1482(1)
Luis Valdez
On Tidy Endings
1483(18)
Harvey Fierstein
Fences
1501(51)
August Wilson
A Context for Fences
Talking about Fences
1552(3)
August Wilson
Oleanna
1555(29)
David Mamet
A Context for Oleanna
Talking about Drama
1584(3)
David Mamet
Part Five Critical Perspectives 1587(107)
Critical Approaches: The Nature of Criticism
1589(24)
Critical Perspectives on Joseph Conrad: Heart of Darkness: A Casebook
1613(81)
Heart of Darkness
1613(60)
Remarks on Fiction
1673(2)
An Image of Africa: Racism in Conrad's Heart of Darkness
1675(7)
Chinua Achebe
The Double Worlds of Men and Women
1682(4)
Elaine Showalter
The Symbolism of the Two Knitters
1686(3)
Ian Watt
The Imperial Attitude
1689(1)
Edward W. Said
Teaching the Politics of Heart of Darkness
1690(4)
Gerald Graff
Appendix A Remarks about Manuscript Form 1694(6)
Basic Manuscript form
1694(1)
Corrections in the Final Copy
1695(1)
Quotations and Quotation Marks
1696(4)
Quotations Marks or Underlining?
1699(1)
A Note on the Possessive
1699(1)
Appendix B Writing a Research Paper 1700(19)
What Research is Not and What Research is
1700(1)
Primary and Secondary materials
1700(2)
Locating Materials: First Steps
1701(1)
Other Bibliographic Aids
1702(1)
Taking Notes
1703(2)
Two Mechanical Aids: The Photocopier and the Word Processor
1703(1)
A Guide to Note Taking
1704(1)
Drafting the Paper: Organizing the Material, and Leading into Quotations
1705(1)
A Sense of Proportion
1706(1)
Documentation
1706(13)
What to Document: Avoiding Plagiarism
1706(2)
How to Document: Footnotes and Internal Parenthetical Citations, and a List of Works Cited (MLA Format)
1708(11)
Appendix C New Approaches to the Research Paper: Literature, History, and the World Wide Web 1719(28)
Case Study on Literature and History: The Internment of Japanese Americans
1720(1)
Literary Texts
1720(4)
The Question of Loyalty
1720(1)
Mitsuye Yamada
An Argument: On 1942
1721(3)
David Mura
Historical Sources
1724(8)
Basic Reference Books (Short Paper)
1724(2)
Getting Deeper (Medium-Length Paper)
1726(3)
Other Reference Sources (Long Paper)
1729(2)
Too Much Information?
1731(1)
Using the On-Line Catalog
1732(1)
Electronic Sources
1733(8)
Encyclopedias: Print and Electronic Versions
1733(3)
The Internet/World Wide Web
1736(5)
Evaluating Sources on the World Wide Web
1741(1)
Documentation: Citing a www Source
1742(1)
Additional Print and Electronic Sources
1743(4)
Print Directories
1743(1)
Print Articles on Literature, History, and the www
1744(1)
Online Writing Centers and Labs
1745(1)
English Departments, Curricula, and Courses Online
1746(1)
Appendix D Literary Research: Print and Electronic Resources 1747(16)
Literature---Print Reference Sources
1747(4)
Other Reference Resources
1748(1)
Bibliographies
1749(1)
Literary Theory and Criticism
1750(1)
Literature---Electronic Sources
1751(2)
Other Useful Sites on Authors
1752(1)
Other Valuable Sites for Research
1753(1)
History---Reference and Bibliography Sources
1753(1)
WWW Sites for History
1754(1)
Periodicals: Print and Electronic Sources
1754(1)
For General Bibliography in the Humanities
1755(1)
For Evaluating the Point of View, the Content, and the Intended Audience of Sources
1756(1)
Other Resources
1757(1)
What Does Your Institution Offer?
1757(1)
Summing Up: Basic Tools for Writing and Research
1758(5)
Books
1759(1)
Electronic Sources
1759(3)
An Important Reminder
1762(1)
Appendix E Glossary of Literary Terms 1763(12)
Acknowledgments 1775(14)
Index of Terms 1789(4)
Index of Authors, Titles, and First Lines of Poems 1793


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