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Great addition to a college writers library March 23, 2011
This textbook is quite amazing, there is so much jam packed in this book that it could be used for many years and many levels of English / Literature for many different types of people with their own individual styles, also great textbook on style, narrative literature, novels, short story, and poetry.
Literature : An Introduction to Fiction, Poetry, Drama, and Writing, Compact Interactive Edition: stars based on 1 user reviews.
Literature, Compact Interactive Editioncomes automatically with MyLiteratureLab, Longman's multimedia website. MyLiteratureLab screen icons are found in the margins throughout the book. An icon next to an author's name indicates that further resources about that author are available on MyLiteratureLab. Literatureis written in an engaging style that reflects the warm personal voice of X. J. Kennedy and Dana Gioia. Some of the changes to the new edition include conversations between Dana Gioia and celebrated fiction writer Amy Tan, U. S. Poet Laureate Kay Ryan, and contemporary playwright David Ives; the addition of new writers including Naguib Mahfouz, Virginia Woolf, Sherman Alexie, Mary Oliver, Bettie Sellers, and Anne Deavere Smith; and every chapter concludes with a review of key terms for easy reference. The Writing section has been thoroughly updated to reflect MLArs"s latest guidelines.