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Literature for Composition : Essays, Fiction, Poetry and Drama

by ; ; ; ;
Edition:
5th
ISBN13:

9780321021533

ISBN10:
0321021533
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
8/24/1999
Publisher(s):
Pearson Higher Education

Summary

Literature for Composition is a versatile anthology which has both diverse selections and excellent coverage of writing instruction. The book begins with six chapters on the reading and writing process, followed by a section on literary works and forms, a section on argument, and a thematic anthology. The new edition features updated casebooks on prominent writers as well as a new mini-casebook on The Titanic.

Table of Contents

Alternate Contents xix
List of Illustrations
xxv
Preface xxvii
PART I Getting Started 1(146)
The Writer as Reader: Reading and Responding
3(8)
Ripe Figs
3(1)
Kate Chopin
Reading As Re-Creation
4(1)
Making Reasonable Inferences
5(1)
Reading with Pen in Hand
6(1)
Reconding Your First Responses
7(1)
Audience and Purpose
8(1)
A Writing Assignment on ``Ripe Figs''
8(3)
The Assignment
8(1)
A Sample Essay by a Student: ``Ripening''
9(1)
Other Possibilities for Writing
10(1)
The Reader as Writer: Developing a Thesis, Drafting and Writing an Argument
11(21)
Pre-Writing: Getting Ideas
11(8)
Annotating a Text
11(1)
More About Getting Ideas: A Second Story by Kate Chopin
11(1)
The Story of an Hour
12(1)
Kate Chopin
Brainstorming for Ideas for Writing
13(1)
Focused Free Writing
14(1)
Listing
14(1)
Asking Questions
15(1)
Keeping a Journal
16(1)
Critical Thinking: Arguing with Yourself
17(1)
Arriving at a Thesis, and Arguing it
18(1)
Writing A Draft
19(4)
A Sample Draft: ``Ironies in an Hour''
20(1)
Revising a Draft
21(1)
Outlining a Draft
21(1)
Peer Review
22(1)
The Final Version (A Sample by a Student): ``Ironies of Life in Kate Chopin's The Story of an Hour''
23(3)
A Brief Overview of the Final Version
25(1)
Writing with a Word Processor
26(1)
A Checklist for Writing with a Word Processor
26(1)
A Third Story by Kate Chopin The Storm
27(4)
Writing About ``The Storm''
31(1)
A Note About Literary Evaluations
31(1)
What Is Literature?
32(28)
Literature and Form
32(2)
Literature and Meaning
34(1)
Arguing About Meaning
35(1)
Form and Meaning
35(2)
The Span of Life
35(2)
Robert Frost
The Literary Canon
37(1)
Literature, Texts, Discourses, and Cultural Studies
38(1)
In Brief: A Contemporary Author Speaks About Literature
39(1)
Suggestions for Further Reading
39(1)
A Casebook on the Titanic: Songs, Poems, and an Essay on a Film
40(6)
Columbia Encyclopedia Titanic
40(4)
The Convergence of the Twain
44(2)
Thomas Hardy
The Titanic and Folk Songs
46(6)
The Titanic
47(1)
Anonymous
De Titanic (with Music)
47(3)
Anonymous
De Titanic (with music)
50(2)
Huddie Ledbetter
Three Poems for Study
52(3)
Reliquary
53(1)
Michael Donaghy
The Arrival of the Titanic
53(1)
William Dickey
Titanic
54(1)
David R. Slavitt
Film and Literature
55(5)
An Essay on James Cameron's Film, Titanic
56(1)
Women and Children First
57(3)
Katha Pollitt
Reading Literature Closely: (1) Explication
60(13)
Reading in Slow Motion
60(1)
Explication
61(1)
A Sample Explication: Langston Hughes's ``Harlem''
62(1)
Harlem
62(5)
Langston Hughes
Working Toward an Explication of ``Harlem''
63(1)
Some Journal Entries
64(1)
A Sample Essay by a Student (The Final Draft): ``Langston Hughes's Harlem'''
65(2)
Why Write? Purpose and Audience
67(1)
Five Poems for Explication
67(6)
Sonnet 73 (``That times of Year thou mayst in me behold'')
67(1)
William Shakespeare
London
68(1)
William Blake
Spellbound
69(1)
Emily Bronte
I Ask My Mother to Sing
70(1)
Li-Young Lee
Martin Luther King Jr.
71(2)
Gwendolyn Brooks
Reading Literature Closely: (2) Analysis
73(60)
Analysis
73(1)
Analysing a Story From the Hebrew Bible
74(1)
The Judgement of Solomon
74(3)
Analyzing the Story
75(1)
Other Possible Topics for Analysis
76(1)
Analyzing a Story from the New Testament
77(1)
The Parable of the Prodigal Son
78(1)
Comparison: An Analytic Tool
79(2)
A Sample Essay by a Student, Making a Comparison: ``Two New Women''
81(3)
Evaluation in Explication and Analysis
84(1)
Choosing a Topic and Developing a Thesis in an Analytic Paper
85(2)
A Analysis of a Story
87(6)
The Secret Life of Walter Mitty
87(3)
James Thurber
Some Journal Entries
90(1)
List Notes
91(1)
Sample Draft by a Student: ``Walter Mitty Is No Joke''
92(1)
Introductions, Middles, Endings
93(4)
Introductory Paragraphs
93(2)
Middle Paragraphs
95(1)
Concluding Paragraphs
95(2)
A Checklist for Revising Paragraphs
97(1)
Review: Writing an Analysis
97(1)
A Word About Technical Terminology
98(2)
Example: A Lyric and a Student's Essay
98(1)
Song: Love Armed
98(1)
Aphra Behn
Journal Entries
99(1)
A Sample Essay by a Student: ``The Double Nature of Love''
100(2)
Editing Checklist: Questions to Ask Yourself
102(1)
Three Short Stories for Analysis
102(25)
Roger Malvin's Burial
102(13)
Nathaniel Hawthorne
Everyday Use
115(7)
Alice Walker
El Tonto del Barrio
122(5)
Jose Armas
Three Poems by Elizabeth Bishop for analysis
127(6)
Filling Station
127(2)
The Fish
129(2)
Brazil, January 1, 1502
131(2)
Other Kinds of Writing About Literature
133(14)
Summary
133(1)
Paraphrase
134(2)
What Paraphrase Is
134(1)
The Value of Paraphrase
134(2)
Literary Response
136(5)
Writing a Literary Response
136(1)
A Story, by a Student, Based on a Story: ``The Ticket (A Different View of 'The Story of an Hour')''
136(3)
A Poem Based on a Poem
139(1)
The Tyger
139(1)
William Blake
For Allen Ginsberg
140(1)
X. J. Kennedy
Parody
141(1)
Reviewing a Dramatic Production
142(5)
A Sample Review by a Student: ``An Effective Macbeth''
143(2)
The Review Reviewed
145(2)
PART II Up Close: Thinking Critically About Literary Works and Literary Forms 147(306)
Critical Thinking: Asking Questions and Making Comparisons
149(12)
What is Critical Thinking?
149(1)
Asking and Answering Questions
150(2)
Sitting Bull and Buffalo Bill
151(1)
William Notman
Comparing and Constrasting
152(1)
Analyzing and Evaluating Evidence
153(1)
Thinking Critically About a Work of Literature, By Asking Questions and by Comparing: E. E. Cummings's ``Buffalo Bill's''
153(4)
Cummings Draft's for ``Buffalo Bill's''
154(3)
Two Encyclopedia Accounts of Sitting Bull: An Exercise in Close Reading and Critical Thinking
157(4)
Reading (and Writing About) Essays
161(29)
Some Kinds of Essays
161(1)
The Essayist's Persona
162(10)
Tone
163(1)
Pre-Writing
164(1)
Black Men and Public Space
164(2)
Brent Staples
Summarizing
166(5)
Some Writing Assignments
171(1)
A Checklist: Getting Ideas for Writing About Essays
171(1)
Five Essays
172(18)
A Modest Proposal
172(7)
Jonathan Swift
The Death of the Moth
179(2)
Virginia Woolf
Salvation
181(2)
Langston Hughes
A Woman's Land
183(4)
Sallie Bingham
The American Indian Wilderness
187(3)
Louis Owens
Reading (and Writing About) Fiction
190(49)
Stories True and False
190(13)
Samuel
190(3)
Grace Paley
Plot and Character
193(1)
Foreshadowing
194(1)
Setting and Atmosphere
195(1)
Symbolism
195(2)
Narrative Point of View
197(2)
Style and Point of View
199(1)
Determining and Discussing the Theme
199(1)
A Checklist: Getting Ideas for Writing About Fiction
200(3)
Six Short Stories
203(36)
The Cask of Amontillado
203(5)
Edgar Allan Poe
Misery
208(4)
Anton Chekhov
A Worn Path
212(6)
Eudora Welty
The Lesson
218(5)
Toni Cade Bambara
Powder
223(3)
Tobias Wolff
In the Gloaming
226(13)
Alice Elliott Dark
Thinking Critically About a Short Story
239(28)
A Casebook on Ralph Ellison's ``Battle Royal''
239(28)
Battle Royal
239(11)
Ralph Ellison
Atlanta Exposition Address
250(3)
Booker T. Washington
Of Our Spiritual Strivings
253(1)
W. E. B. Du Bois
Of Mr. Booker T. Washington and Others
254(3)
W. E. B. Du Bois
On Social Equality
257(4)
Gunnar Myrdal
On Negro Folklore
261(2)
Ralph Ellison
Life in Oklahoma City
263(4)
Ralph Ellison
Reading (and Writing About) Drama
267(77)
Types of Plays
267(2)
Tragedy
267(1)
Comedy
268(1)
Elements of Drama
269(4)
Theme
269(1)
Plot
270(1)
Gestures
271(1)
Setting
272(1)
Characterization and Motivation
273(1)
Organizing an Analysis of a Character
273(4)
First Draft
274(1)
Revised Draft
274(2)
A Checklist: Getting Ideas for Writing About Drama
276(1)
Three Plays
277(1)
A Note on Greek Tragedy
277(67)
Oedipus Rex
279(36)
Sophocles
Trifles
315(10)
Susan Glaspell
On Tidy Endings
325(19)
Harvey Fierstein
Thinking Critically About Drama
344(53)
A Sample Essay By a Student
344(53)
Preliminary Notes
344(1)
The Final Version: ``The Solid Structure of The Glass Menagerie''
345(4)
The Glass Menagerie
349(45)
Tennessee Williams
Production Notes
394(3)
Tennessee Williams
Reading (and Writing About) Poetry
397(47)
The Speaker and the Poet
397(2)
I'm Nobody! Who are you?
397(1)
Emily Dickinson
Wild Nights---Wild Nights
398(1)
Emily Dickinson
The Language of Poetry: Diction and Tone
399(4)
Writing About the Speaker
400(1)
The Telephone
400(1)
Robert Frost
Journal Entries
401(2)
Figurative Language
403(2)
Imagery and Symbolism
405(2)
The Sick Rose
406(1)
William Blake
Verbal Irony and Paradox
407(1)
Structure
407(1)
Upon Julia's Clothes
407(1)
Robert Herrick
A Sample Essay by a Student: ``Herrick's Julia, Julia's Herrick''
408(3)
In an Artist's Studio
410(1)
Christina Rossetti
Explication
411(2)
An Example
412(1)
The Balloon of the Mind
412(1)
William Butler Yeats
Annotations and Journal Entries
412(1)
A Sample Essay by a Student: ``Explication of W. B. Yeats's `The Balloon of the Mind'''
413(1)
Rhythm and Versification: A Glossary for Reference
414(8)
Meter
416(2)
Patterns of Sound
418(1)
Stanzaic Patterns
419(1)
Blank Verse and Free Verse
420(1)
A Checklist: Getting Ideas for Writing About Poetry
420(2)
Fifteen Poems About People, Places, and Things
422(22)
People
422(1)
Anonymous Sir Patrick Spence
423(2)
On My First Son
425(1)
Ben Jonson
My Last Duchess
426(2)
Robert Browning
anyone Lived in a pretty how town
428(1)
E. E. Cummings
The Mother
429(2)
Gwendolyn Brooks
Daddy
431(2)
Sylvia Plath
Indian Boarding School: The Runaways
433(1)
Louise Erdrich
Places
434(1)
An Old Pond
434(1)
Basho
A Supermarket in California
435(2)
Allen Ginsberg
Lying in a Hammock at William Duffy's Farm in Pine Island, Minnesota
437(1)
James Wright
Nothing in Heaven Functions as It Ought
438(1)
X. J. Kennedy
Things
439(1)
The World Is Too Much with Us
439(1)
William Wordsworth
I Like to See it lap the Miles---
440(1)
Emily Dickinson
A Noiseless Patient Spider
441(1)
Walt Whitman
Hawk
441(3)
Mary Oliver
Thinking Critically About Poetry
444(9)
A Casebook on Emily Dickinson
444(6)
I Heard a Fly Buzz---when I died---
444(1)
The Soul selects her own Society
445(1)
These are the days when Birds come back
446(1)
Papa above!
446(1)
There's a Certain Slant of light
447(1)
This world is not Conclusion
447(1)
I got so I could hear his name---
448(1)
Because I Could not stop for Death
448(1)
Those---dying, then
449(1)
Apparently with no surprise
449(1)
Tell all the Truth but tell it Slant
450(1)
A Sample Essay by a Student: ``Religion and Religious Imagery in Emily Dickinson''
450(3)
PART III Standing Back: Arguing Interpretations and Evaluations, and Understanding Critical Approaches 453(66)
Arguing an Interpretation
455(17)
Interpretation and Meaning
455(1)
Is the Author's Intention a Guide to Meaning?
455(1)
Is the Work the Author's or the Reader's?
456(1)
What Characterizes a Good Interpretation?
457(1)
An Example: Interpreting Pat Mora's ``Immigrants''
458(2)
Thinking Critically About Responses to Literature
460(1)
Two Sample Interpretations
461(7)
``Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening''
461(1)
Robert Frost
Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening
461(1)
Robert Frost
Sample Essay by a Student: ``Stopping by Woods---and Going On''
462(3)
Sample Essay by a Student: ``Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening' as a Short Story''
465(3)
Additional Poems for Interpretation
468(4)
Mending Wall
468(1)
Robert Frost
Nothing Gold Can Stay
469(1)
Robert Frost
A Slumber Did My Spirit Seal
470(2)
William Wordsworth
Arguing an Evaluation
472(23)
Criticism and Evaluation
472(1)
Evaluative Language and the Canon
472(1)
Are There Critical Standard?
473(4)
Morality and Truth as Standards
473(2)
Other Ways of Thinking About Truth and Realism
475(2)
Is Sentimentality a Weakness---And if So, Why?
477(4)
Little Boy Blue
478(1)
Eugene Field
Little Elegy
479(1)
X. J. Kennedy
We Real Cool
480(1)
Gwendolyn Brooks
Additional Works for Evaluation
481(14)
Dover Beach
481(1)
Matthew Arnold
The Dover Bitch
482(2)
Anthony Hecht
From the Wash the Laundress Sends
484(1)
A. E. Housman
The Man That Got Away
485(2)
Ira Gershwin
Women
487(1)
Louise Bogan
An Occurrence at Owl: Creek Bridge
488(7)
Ambrose Bierce
Writing About Literature: An Overview
495(24)
The Nature of Critical Writing
495(1)
Criticism as Argument: Assumptions and Evidence
496(1)
Some Critical Stances
497(18)
Formalist Criticism (New Criticism)
497(2)
Deconstruction
499(1)
Reader-Response Criticism
500(3)
Archetypal Criticism (Myth Criticism)
503(1)
Historical Scholarship
504(1)
Marxist Criticism
505(1)
New Historicism
506(1)
Biographical Criticism
507(1)
Psychological or Psychoanalytic Criticism
507(1)
Gender Criticism ( Feminist, and Lesbian and Gay Criticism)
508(7)
Suggestions for Further Reading
515(4)
PART IV A Thematic Anthology 519(788)
Love and Hate
521(96)
Essays
521(12)
A Lover's Departure
521(1)
Sei Shonagon
I Fell in Love, or My Hormones Awakened
522(4)
Judith Ortiz Cofer
Like Mexicans
526(3)
Gary Soto
Love Stories
529(4)
Louis Menand
Fiction
533(2)
Cat in the Rain
533(2)
Ernest Hemingway
A Student's Annotations and Journal Entries on ``Cat in the Rain''
535(1)
Asking Questions About a Story
536(2)
A Sample Essay by a Student: ``Hemingway's American Wife''
538(3)
A Second Example: An Essay Drawing on Related Material in the Chapter
541(1)
Journal Entries
541(1)
Sample Essay by a Student: ``Hemingway's Unhappy Lovers''
542(41)
The Happy Prince
544(6)
Oscar Wilde
Lappin and Lapinova
550(6)
Virginia Woolf
A Rose for Emily
556(11)
William Faulkner
Sweat
567(9)
Zora Neale Hurston
Popular Mechanics
576(2)
Raymond Carver
Second-Hand Man
578(5)
Rita Dove
Poetry
583(34)
Anonymous Western Wind
583(1)
Come Live with Me and Be My Love
583(1)
Christopher Marlowe
The Nymph's Reply to the Shepherd
584(1)
Sir Walter Raleigh
The Bait
585(1)
John Donne
Sonnet 29 (When, in Disgrace with Fortune and men's eyes)
586(1)
William Shakespeare
Sonnet 116 (Let me not to the marriage of true minds)
587(1)
William Shakespeare
A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning
588(2)
John Donne
To His Coy Mistress
590(1)
Andrew Marvell
The Garden of Love
591(2)
William Blake
A Poison Tree
593(1)
William Blake
Soliloquy of the Spanish Cloister
594(2)
Robert Browning
When I Heard at the Close of the Day
596(2)
Walt Whitman
I Saw in Louisiana a Live-Oak Growing
598(3)
Walt Whitman
A Birthday
601(1)
Christina Rossetti
The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock
602(3)
T. S. Eliot
The Spring and the Fall
605(1)
Edna St. Vincent Millay
Love Is Not All: It Is Not Meat nor Drink
606(1)
Edna St. Vincent Millay
The Silken Tent
607(2)
Robert Frost
Diving in to the Wreck
609(2)
Adrienne Rich
Novella
611(1)
Adrienne Rich
XI.
612(1)
Adrienne Rich
The Frog Prince
612(1)
Robert Pack
Love Song
613(1)
Joseph Brodsky
Quarrel
614(1)
Ellen Bryant Voight
Love in Place
615(1)
Nikki Giovanni
Chivalry
616(1)
Carol Muske
Drama
617(1)
The Man in a Case
617(1)
Wendy Wasserstein
Gender Roles: Making Men and Women
617(236)
Essays
624(8)
Why Boys Don't Play with Dolls
624(3)
Katha Pollitt
I Want a Wife
627(2)
Judy Brady
The Men We Carry in Our Minds... and How They Differ from the Real Lives of Most Men
629(3)
Scott Russell Sanders
Fiction
632(82)
The Yellow Wallpaper
632(11)
Charlotte Perkins Gilman
The Horse Dealer's Daughter
643(12)
D. H. Lawrence
The Man Who Was Almost a Man
655(9)
Richard Wright
Shilon
664(9)
Bobbie Ann Mason
Bridging
673(7)
Max Apple
The Rumor
680(8)
John Updike
Territory
688(13)
David Leavitt
A Woman on a Roof
701(6)
Doris Lessing
The Two
707(7)
Gloria Naylor
A Casebook on Alice Munro
714(41)
Boys and Girls
714(9)
How I Met My Husband
723(12)
The Children Stay
735(15)
What Is Real? (Lecture)
750(3)
A Conversation (Interview)
753(2)
Poetry
755(1)
Three Nursery Rhymes
755(18)
What are little boys made of?
756(1)
Georgie Porgie
756(1)
The Milk Maid
757(1)
Daystar
758(1)
Rita Dove
Those Winter Sundays
759(1)
Robert Hayden
Myth
760(1)
Muriel Rukeyser
My Papa's Waltz
761(1)
Theodore Roethke
Wishes for sons
762(1)
Lucille Clifton
Rites of Passage
763(1)
Sharon Olds
Homosexuality
764(1)
Frank O'hara
A Boy Named Sue
765(3)
Shel Silverstein
I Stop Writing the Poem
768(1)
Tess Gallagher
Woman's Work
769(1)
Julia Alvarez
Is There Life After Feminism
770(1)
Maud Meehan
Barbie Doll
771(1)
Marge Pierce
A Work of Artifice
772(1)
Marge Pierce
Dramma
773(80)
A Doll's House
774(51)
Henrik Ibsen
Oleanna
825(28)
David Mamet
Innocence and Experience
853(185)
Essay
853(8)
Graduation
853(8)
Maya Angelou
Fiction
861(28)
Araby
861(5)
James Joyce
One Friday Morning
866(6)
Langston Hughes
Yoneko's Earthquake
872(8)
Hisaye Yamamoto
A & P
880(5)
John Updike
The Stolen Party
885(4)
Liliana Heker
Poetry
889(9)
Infant Joy
889(1)
William Blake
Infant Sorrow
890(2)
William Blake
The Echoing Green
892(1)
William Blake
Spring and Fall: to a Young Child
893(1)
Gerard Manley Hopkins
When I Was One-and-Twenty (A Shropshire Lad # 13)
894(1)
A. E. Housman
Into My Heart an Air That Kills
894(1)
A. E. Housman
In Just-
895(1)
E. E. Cummings
The School Children
896(1)
Louise Gluck
Gretel in Darkness
897(1)
Louise Gluck
Drama
898(1)
A Casebook on Shakespeare's Hamlet
898(1)
A Note on the Elizabethan Theater
899(1)
A Note on the Text of Hamlet
900(138)
Hamlet
910(111)
William Shakespeare
Hamlet and the Oedipus Complex
1021(2)
Ernest Jones
The Promulgation of confusion
1023(3)
Anne Barton
On the First Soliloquy
1026(2)
Stanley Wells
Representing Ophelia
1028(1)
Elaine Showalter
Playing Gertrude on Television
1029(1)
Claire Bloom
The BBC Hamlet: A Television Production
1030(2)
Bernice W. Kliman
At Elsinore
1032(3)
Stanley Kauffmann
Branagh's Film of Hamlet
1035(3)
Will Saretta
Identity in Pluralistic America
1038(128)
Essays
1038(7)
A Conflict of Interest
1038(2)
Zora Neale Hurston
It's Hard Enough Being Me
1040(3)
Anna Lisa Raya
Goodbye, Saigon, Finally
1043(2)
Andrew Lam
Fiction
1045(34)
The Son from America
1045(5)
Isaac bashevis Singer
The Oriental Contingent
1050(5)
Diana Chang
Cathedral
1055(10)
Raymond Carver
Two Kinds
1065(8)
Amy Tan
The Red Convertible
1073(6)
Louise Erdrich
Poetry
1079(17)
The New Colossus
1079(2)
Emma Lazarus
The Unguarded Gates
1081(1)
Thomas Bailey Aldrich
Ellis Island
1082(2)
Joseph Bruchac III
Richard Cory
1084(1)
Edwin Arlington Robinson
Joe Hill
1085(2)
Alfred Hayes
Child of the Americas
1087(1)
Aurora Levins Morales
To Live in the Borderlands Means You
1088(2)
Gloria Anzaldua
So Mexicans Are Taking Jobs from Americans
1090(1)
Jimmy Santiago Baca
Theme for English B
1091(2)
Langston Hughes
For the white person who wants to know how to be my friend
1093(1)
Pat Parker
To the Lady
1094(2)
Mitsuye Yamada
Drama
1096(48)
Fences
1096(48)
August Wilson
A Casebook on American Indian Identity
1144(10)
My Children, When at First I Liked the Whites
1144(1)
Anonymous Arapaho
Father, Have Pity on Me
1145(1)
Anonymous Arapaho
The Indian's Welcome to the Pilgrim Fathers
1146(1)
Lydia Howard Huntley Sigourney
The Vanishing Red
1147(2)
Robert Frost
Three Thousand Dollar Death Song
1149(1)
Wendy Rose
Moving Camp Too Far
1150(2)
Nila Northsun
On the Amtrak from Boston to New York City
1152(2)
Sherman Alexie
Representations---Visual and Verbal---of Pocahontas
1154(12)
John Smith Saved by Pocahontas
1154(2)
John Smith
Last Wish of Pocahontas
1156(2)
Miss Baker
Pocahontas
1158(1)
George P. Morris
Pocahontas
1158(1)
Moses Y. Scott
Pocahontas to Her English Husband, John Rolfe
1159(2)
Paula Gunn Allen
Review of Disney's Pocahontas
1161(5)
John D'Entremont
Literary Visions: Poems and Paintings
1166(29)
A Word about connections Between Literature and the Other Arts
1168(1)
Thinking and Writing about Poems and Paintings
1168(27)
Van Gogh's Bed
1170(1)
Jane Flanders
Vincent's Bed in Arles
1170(2)
Vincent van Gogh
The Great Figure
1172(1)
William Carlos Williams
I Saw the Figure Five in Gold
1172(2)
Charles Demuth
Mourning Picture
1174(1)
Adrienne rich
Mourning Picture
1174(2)
Edwin Romanzo Elmer
Beauty and Sadness
1176(1)
Cathy Song
Two Women Dressing Their Hair
1176(2)
Kitagawa Utamaro
The Rebirth of Venus
1178(1)
Mary Jo Salter
The Birth of Venus
1178(2)
Sandro Botticelli
The Starry Night
1180(1)
Anne Sexton
The Starry Night
1180(2)
Vincent van Gogh
Musee des Beaux Arts
1182(1)
W. H. Auden
Landscape with the Fall of Icarus
1182(2)
Pieter Bruegel
Nude Descending a Staircase
1184(1)
X. J. Kennedy
Nude Descending a Staircase
1184(2)
Marcel Duchamp
American Flamingo
1186(1)
Greg Pape
American Flamingo
1186(2)
John James Audubon
Luncheon on the Grass
1188(1)
Carl Phillips
Dejeuner sur l'herbe
1188(2)
Edouard Manet
Before the Mirror
1190(1)
John Updike
Girl Before a Mirror
1190(2)
Pablo Picasso
Brueghel's Two Monkeys
1192(1)
Wislawa Szymborska
Two Monkeys
1192(1)
Pieter Brueghel
A Sample Essay by a Student: ``Two Ways of Looking at a Starry Night''
1193(2)
Religion and Society
1195(112)
Essays
1195(12)
God the Mother Rules---Ok?
1195(4)
Jill Tweedie
Of the Sorrow Songs
1199(4)
W. E. B. Du Bois
Heaven in the Age of Reason
1203(4)
Jeffrey L. Sheler
Fiction
1207(21)
Young Goodman Brown
1207(8)
Nathaniel Hawthorne
If Not Higher
1215(3)
I. L. Peretz
The Jilting of Granny Weatherall
1218(6)
Katherine Anne Porter
The Man to Send Rain Clouds
1224(4)
Leslie Marmon Silko
A Casebook on Flannery O'Connor
1228(31)
A Good Man Is Hard To Find
1228(12)
Revelation
1240(13)
Remarks from Essays and Letters
1253(2)
On Interpreting `` A Good Man Is Hard to Find''
1255(4)
Poetry
1259(1)
A Note on the Psalms
1259(3)
Psalm 19
1259(1)
Psalm 23
1260(1)
Psalm 121
1260(1)
From the Qu'ran Muhammad Speaks of Allah: ``There is no God But He''
1261(1)
A Note on Spirituals
1262(17)
Deep River
1263(3)
Anonymous
Didn't My Lord Deliver Daniel
1266
Anonymous
Go Down, Moses
1264(1)
Anonymous
Sonnet 146 (Poor soul, the center of my sinful earth)
1267(1268)
William Shakespeare
Holy Sonnet XIV (Batter my heart, three-personed God)
1268(1)
John Donne
When I Consider How My Light is Spent
1269(1)
John Milton
Uphill
1270(1)
Christina Rossetti
God's Grandeur
1270(1)
Gerard Manley Hopkins
Design
1271(1)
Robert Frost
Journey of the Magi
1272(2)
T. S. Eliot
Nocturne
1274(2)
Gabriela Mistral
Salvator Mundi: Via Crucis
1276(2)
Denise Levertov
On the Bus of Utica
1278(1)
Carl Dennis
Drama
1279(28)
Antigone
1279(28)
Sophocles
APPENDIX A Remarks About Manuscript Form 1307(6)
Basic Manuscript Form
1307(1)
Corrections in the Final Copy
1308(1)
Quotations and Quotation Marks
1309(4)
Quotation Marks or Underlining?
1311(1)
A Note on the Possessive
1311(2)
APPENDIX B Writing a Research Paper 1313(18)
What Research is not, and what Research is
1313(1)
Primary and Secondary Materials
1313(3)
Locating Materials: First Steps
1314(1)
Other Bibliographic Aids
1315(1)
Taking Notes
1316(1)
Two Mechanical Aids: The Photocopier and the Word Processor
1316(1)
A Guide to Note-Taking
1316(1)
Drafting the Paper
1317(1)
A Sense of Proportion
1318(1)
Documentation
1319(12)
What to Document: Avoiding Plagiarism
1319(1)
How to Document: Footnotes, Internal Parenthetical Citations, and a List of Works Cited (MLA Format)
1320(11)
APPENDIX C New Approaches to the Research Paper: Literature, History, and the World Wide Web 1331(38)
Case Study on Literature and History: The Internment of Japanese Americans
1331(1)
Literary Texts
1332(3)
The Question of Loyalty
1332(1)
Mitsuye Yamada
An Argument: On 1942
1333(2)
David Mura
Historical Sources
1335(9)
Basic Reference Books (Short Paper)
1335(2)
Getting Deeper (Medium Paper)
1337(3)
Other Reference Sources (Long Paper)
1340(2)
Too Much Information?
1342(2)
Electronic Sources
1344(7)
Encyclopedias: Print and Electronic Versions
1344(2)
The Internet/World Wide Web
1346(5)
Evaluating Sources on the World Wide Web
1351(1)
A Checklist: A Review of Using the WWW
1351(1)
Documentation: Citing a WWW Source
1352(1)
A Checklist: Citing WWW Sources
1352(1)
Additional Print and Electronic Sources
1353(4)
APPENDIX D Literary Research: Print and Electronic Resources
1357(1)
Literature---Print Reference Sources
1357(3)
Other Reference Resources
1358(1)
Bibliographies
1358(2)
Literature---Electronic Sources
1360(2)
Other Useful Sites on Authors
1361(1)
History---Reference and Bibliography Sources
1362(1)
WWW Sites for History
1363(1)
Periodicals: Print and Electronic Sources
1363(1)
For General Bibliography in the Humanities
1364(1)
For Evaluating the Point of View, the Content, and the Intended Audience of Sources
1365(1)
Other Resources
1365(1)
What Does Your Own Institution Offer?
1365(4)
APPENDIX E Glossary of Literary Terms 1369(14)
Literary Credits 1383(8)
Photo Credits 1391(2)
Index of Authors, Titles, and First Lines of Poems 1393(11)
Index of Terms 1404


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