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Literature : An Introduction to Reading and Writing

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Summary

Technology continues to play a major role with the success of Literature through the online study resource… the Companion Website&$153; www.prenhall.com/roberts. This site is a comprehensive resource that is organized according to the chapters within the text and features a variety of learning and teaching modules.

  • Reference Modules contain Web Destinations and Net Search options that provide the opportunity to expand upon information presented in the text.
  • Study Guide Modules present a variety of exercises and features designed to help students with self-study for every fiction and drama selection and over half of the poetry. These modules include:
    • Essay questions
    • Multiple choices
    • Built-in e-mail routing options that give students the ability to forward essay responses and computer-graded quizzes to their instructors
  • Communication Modules include tools such as Live Chat and Message Board to facilitate online collaboration and communication.
  • A "Writing about Literature" section offers students prompts for setting up an outline.
  • A "Living Timeline" for literature gives students perspectives on historical, political, and cultural information.

The Companion Website™ makes integrating the Internet into your course exciting and easy.

Table of Contents

Thematic Table of Contents xxxvii
Preface to the Sixth Edition xlvii
Introduction: Reading, Responding to, and Writing About Literature
1(50)
What Is Literature, and Why Do We Study It?
1(1)
Types of Literature: The Genres
2(1)
Reading Literature and Responding to It Actively
3(1)
The Necklace
4(8)
Guy de Maupassant
Reading and Responding in a Journal
12(3)
Writing Essays on Literary Topics
15(2)
Discovering Ideas
17(4)
Drafting Your Essay
21(3)
Writing a First Draft
24(3)
Developing an Outline
27(1)
Demonstrative Student Essay, First Draft: How Setting in ``The Necklace'' Is Related to the Character of Mathilde
28(1)
Developing and Strengthening Your Essay through Revision
29(4)
Checking the Development and Organization of Your Ideas
33(1)
Using Exact, Comprehensive, and Forceful Language
34(3)
Demonstrative Student Essay, Improved Draft: Maupassant's Use of Setting in ``The Necklace'' to Show the Character of Mathilde
37(2)
Summary
39(1)
Special Topics for Writing and Argument about the Writing Process
40(1)
Responding to Literature: Likes and Dislikes
40(2)
State Reasons for Your Favorable Responses
42(1)
State Reasons for Your Unfavorable Responses
42(3)
Writing about Responses: Likes and Dislikes
45(1)
Demonstrative Student Essay, Final Draft: Some Reasons for Liking Maupassant's ``The Necklace,''
46(2)
Special Topics for Writing and Argument about Responses to Literature
48(3)
Reading and Writing about Fiction
Fiction: An Overview
51(58)
Modern Fiction
52(1)
The Short Story
53(1)
Elements of Fiction I: Verisimilitude and Donnee
53(2)
Elements of Fiction II: Character, Plot, Structure, and Idea or Theme
55(2)
Elements of Fiction III: The Writer's Tools
57(6)
Stories for Study
63(1)
Neighbors
63(4)
Raymond Carver
An Old-Fashioned Story
67(10)
Laurie Colwin
The Things they Carried
77(12)
Tim O'Brien
Everyday Use
89(6)
Alice Walker
Taking Care
95(7)
Joy Williams
The Precis or Abridgment
102(1)
Guidelines for Precis Writing
103(2)
Writing a Precis
105(1)
Demonstrative Student Essay: A Precis of Alice Walker's ``Everyday Use,''
106(1)
Special Writing Topics for Writing and Argument about Fiction
107(2)
Plot and Structure: The Development and Organization of Stories
109(61)
Plot, the Motivation and Causation of Fiction
109(2)
The Structure of Fiction
111(1)
Formal Categories of Structure
112(1)
Formal and Actual Structure
113(2)
Stories for Study
114(1)
The Blue Hotel
115(18)
Stephen Crane
The Three Strangers
133(15)
Thomas Hardy
What I Have Been Doing Lately
148(2)
Jamaica Kingaid
A Worn Path
150(6)
Eudora Welty
Blue Winds Dancing
156(5)
Tom Whitecloud
Writing about the Plot of a Story
161(1)
Demonstrative Student Essay: Conflicting Values in Hardy's ``The Three Strangers,''
162(2)
Writing about Structure in a Story
164(2)
Demonstrative Student Essay: Conflict and Suspense in Hardy's ``The Three Strangers,''
166(2)
Special Topics for Writing and Argument about Plot and Structure
168(2)
Characters: The People in Fiction
170(70)
Character Traits
170(2)
How Authors Disclose Character in Literature
172(2)
Types of Characters: Round and Flat
174(1)
Reality and Probability: Verisimilitude
175(2)
Stories for Study
176(1)
Paul's Case
177(13)
Willa Cather
Barn Burning
190(12)
William Faulkner
A Jury of Her Peers
202(14)
Susan Glaspell
Shopping
216(10)
Joyce Carol Oates
Two Kinds
226(8)
Amy Tan
Writing about Characters
234(2)
Demonstrative Student Essay: The Character of Minnie Wright in Glaspell's ``A Jury of Her Peers,''
236(2)
Special Topics for Writing and Argument about Character
238(2)
Point of View: The Position or Stance of the Narrator or Speaker
240(45)
An Exercise in Point of View: Reporting an Accident
241(2)
Conditions That Affect Point of View
243(1)
Determining a Work's Point of View
244(3)
Mingling Points of View
247(1)
Guidelines for Points of View
248(2)
Stories for Study
249(1)
I'm a Fool
250(7)
Sherwood Anderson
An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge
257(7)
Ambrose Bierce
The Song of Songs
264(4)
Ellen Gilchrist
The Lottery
268(6)
Shirley Jackson
How to Become a Writer
274(4)
Lorrie Moore
Writing about Point of View
278(3)
Demonstrative Student Essay: Shirley Jackson's Dramatic Point of View in ``The Lottery,''
281(2)
Special Topics for Writing and Argument about Point of View
283(2)
Setting: The Background of Place, Objects, and Culture in Stories
285(55)
What Is Setting?
285(2)
The Literary Uses of Setting
287(3)
Stories for Study
290(1)
The House on Mango Street
290(2)
Sandra Cisneros
The Portable Phonograph
292(5)
Walter Van Tilburg Clark
The Secret Sharer
297(25)
Joseph Conrad
And Sarah Laughed
322(9)
Joanne Greenberg
The Shawl
331(4)
Cynthia Ozick
Writing about Setting
335(2)
Demonstrative Student Essay: The Setting of Conrad's ``The Secret Sharer,''
337(2)
Special Topics for Writing and Argument about Setting
339(1)
Style: The Words That Tell the Story
340(40)
Diction: The Writer's Choice and Control of Words
340(4)
Rhetoric: The Writer's Choices of Effective Arrangements and Forms
344(3)
Style in General
347(1)
Stories for Study
347(1)
Soldier's Home
348(5)
Ernest Hemingway
The Found Boat
353(7)
Alice Munro
First Confession
360(6)
Frank O'Connor
Luck
366(3)
Mark Twain
A & P
369(5)
John Updike
Writing about Style
374(2)
Demonstrative Student Essay: Mark Twain's Blending of Style and Purpose in Paragraphs 14 and 15 of ``Luck,''
376(2)
Special Topics for Writing and Argument about Style
378(2)
Tone: The Expression of Attitude in Fiction
380(45)
Tone and Attitudes
382(1)
Tone and Humor
383(1)
Tone and Irony
384(3)
Stories for Study
386(1)
Rape Fantasies
387(6)
Margaret Atwood
The Story of an Hour
393(2)
Kate Chopin
The Concert Stages of Europe
395(13)
Jack Hodgins
The Loons
408(7)
Margaret Laurence
The Hammon and the Beans
Americo Paredes
415(4)
Writing about Tone
419(2)
Demonstrative Student Essay: Use of Irony in Chopin's ``The Story of an Hour,''
421(3)
Special Topics for Writing and Argument about Tone
424(1)
Symbolism and Allegory: Keys to Extended Meaning
425(38)
Symbolism
425(3)
Allegory
428(1)
Fable, Parable, and Myth
429(1)
Allusion in Symbolism and Allegory
430(1)
Stories for Study
431(1)
The Fox and the Grapes
Aesop
431(1)
The Myth of Atalanta
Anonymous
432(1)
Unfinished Masterpieces
433(3)
Anita Scott Coleman
Young Goodman Brown
436(9)
Nathaniel Hawthorne
The Parable of the Prodigal Son
445(2)
St. Luke
The Chrysanthemums
447(7)
John Steinbeck
The Thimble
454(2)
Michel Tremblay
Writing about Symbolism or Allegory
456(3)
Demonstrative Student Essay: Allegory and Symbolism in Hawthorne's ``Young Goodman Brown,''
459(3)
Special Topics for Writing and Argument about Symbolism and Allegory
462(1)
Idea or Theme: The Meaning and the Message in Fiction
463(59)
Ideas and Assertions
463(2)
Ideas and Values
465(1)
The Place of Ideas in Literature
465(2)
How to Find Ideas
467(3)
Stories for Study
469(1)
The Lesson
470(5)
Toni Cade Bambara
The Sky Is Gray
475(20)
Ernest J. Gaines
Araby
495(4)
James Joyce
The Horse Dealer's Daughter
499(12)
D. H. Lawrence
Home Soil
511(5)
Irene Zabytko
Writing about a Major Idea in Fiction
516(2)
Demonstrative Student Essay: D. H. Lawrence's ``The Horse Dealer's Daughter'' as an Expression of the Idea That Commitment Is Essential in Life
518(2)
Special Topics for Writing and Argument about Ideas
520(2)
A Career in Fiction: A Collection of Stories by Edgar Allan Poe
522(139)
Poe's Life and Career
522(2)
Poe's Work as a Journalist and Writer of Fiction
524(2)
Poe's Reputation
526(1)
Bibliographic Sources
527(1)
Special Topics for Writing Writing and Argument about Poe
528(1)
Five Stories of Poe's Arranged in Chronological Order
528(1)
The Fall of the House of Usher (1839)
529(12)
The Masque of the Red Death (1842)
541(4)
The Black Cat (1843)
545(6)
The Purloined Letter (1844)
551(12)
The Cask of Amontillado (1846)
563(4)
Edited Selections from Criticism of Poe's Stories
567(1)
Introduction to Great Short Works of Edgar Allan Poe
567(4)
G. R. Thompson
Edgar Poe: Seer and Craftsman
571(4)
Stuart Levine
``Poe's Art of Transformation: `The Cask of Amontillado in Its Cultural Context,''
575(6)
David S. Reynolds
Introduction to Twentieth-Century Interpretations of ``The Fall of the House of Usher,''
581(2)
Thomas Woodson
``The Question of Poe's Narrators,''
583(2)
James W. Gargano
``The Poetics of Extinction,''
585(1)
Gillian Brown
Edgar Allan Poe Revisited
586(3)
Scott Peeples
Stories for Additional Study
Snow
589(6)
Robert Olen Butler
All Gone
595(7)
Stephen Dixon
The Curse
602(4)
Andre Dubus
The Point of It
606(11)
E. M. Forster
The Yellow Wallpaper
617(11)
Charlotte Perkins Gilman
The Old Chief Mshlanga
628(7)
Doris Lessing
A Good Man Is Hard to Find
635(11)
Flannery O'Connor
I Stand Here Ironing
646(5)
Tillie Olsen
The Jilting of Granny Weatherall
651(10)
Katherine Anne Porter
Reading and Writing about Poetry
Meeting Poetry: An Overview
661(25)
The Nature of Poetry
661(1)
Hope
661(2)
Lisel Mueller
Schoolsville
663(1)
Billy Collins
Here a Pretty Baby Lies
664(2)
Robert Herrick
Poetry of the English Language
666(1)
How to Read a Poem
666(2)
Studying Poetry
668(1)
Sir Patrick Spens
Anonymous
668(3)
Poems for Study
671(1)
Because I Could Not Stop for Death
671(1)
Emily Dickinson
Catch
672(1)
Robert Francis
Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening
673(1)
Robert Frost
The Man He Killed
673(1)
Thomas Hardy
Eagle Poem
674(1)
Joy Harjo
Loveliest of Trees
675(1)
A. E. Housman
The Death of the Ball Turret Gunner
676(1)
Randall Jarrell
Snow
676(1)
Louis MacNeice
Ogichidag
677(1)
Jim Northrup
Where Children Live
678(1)
Naomi Shihab Nye
Sonnet 55: Not Marble, Nor the Gilded Monuments
679(1)
William Shakespeare
Writing a Paraphrase of a Poem
679(1)
Demonstrative Student Essay: A Paraphrase of Thomas Hardy's ``The Man He Killed,''
680(1)
Writing an Explication of a Poem
681(2)
Demonstrative Student Essay: An Explication of Hardy's ``The Man He Killed,''
683(2)
Special Topics for Writing and Argument about the Nature of Poetry
685(1)
Character and Setting: Who, What, Where, and When in Poetry
686(33)
Characters in Poetry
686(1)
Western Wind
Anonymous
687(1)
Bonny George Campbell
Anonymous
688(2)
Drink to Me, Only, with Thine Eyes
690(1)
Ben Jonson
To the Reader
691(1)
Ben Jonson
Setting and Character in Poetry
692(1)
Poems for Study
693(1)
Dover Beach
693(2)
Matthew Arnold
London
695(1)
William Blake
My Last Duchess
695(2)
Robert Browning
The Poplar Field
697(1)
William Cowper
Snowdrops
698(1)
Louise Gluck
Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard
698(4)
Thomas Gray
The Ruined Maid
702(1)
Thomas Hardy
Channel Firing
703(1)
Thomas Hardy
Song
704(1)
C. Day Lewis
The Passionate Shepherd to His Love
705(1)
Christopher Marlowe
Wellfleet Sabbath
706(1)
Marge Phercy
Poem
707(1)
Al Purdy
The Nymph's Reply to the Shepherd
707(1)
Sir Walter Raleigh
A Christmas Carol
708(1)
Christina Rossetti
A Letter Sent to Summer
709(1)
Jane Shore
Childhood
710(1)
Maura Stanton
A Blessing
711(1)
James Wright
Writing about Character and Setting in Poetry
712(3)
Demonstrative Student Essay: The Character of the Duke in Browning's ``My Last Duchess,''
715(2)
Special Topics for Writing and Argument about Character and Setting in Poetry
717(2)
Words: The Building Blocks of Poetry
719(27)
Choice of Diction: Specific and Concrete, General and Abstract
719(1)
Levels of Diction
720(1)
Special Types of Diction
721(3)
Syntax
724(1)
Denotation and Connotation
725(1)
The Naked and the Nude
726(2)
Robert Graves
Poems for Study
728(1)
The Lamb
728(1)
William Blake
Green Grow the Rashes, O
729(1)
Robert Burns
Jabberwocky
730(1)
Lewis Carroll
Holy Sonnet 14: Batter My Heart, Three-Personed God
731(1)
John Donne
The Fury of Aerial Bombardment
732(1)
Richard Eberhart
Sonnet on the Death of Richard West
733(1)
Thomas Gray
Night Sounds
734(1)
Carolyn Kizer
Hello, Hello Henry
735(1)
Maxine Kumin
Of Being
736(1)
Denise Levertov
Naming of Parts
736(1)
Henry Reed
Richard Cory
737(1)
Edwin Arlington Robinson
Dolor
738(1)
Theodore Roethke
I Think Continually of Those Who Were Truly Great
739(1)
Stephen Spender
Disillusionment of Ten O'Clock
739(1)
Wallace Stevens
Eating Poetry
740(1)
Mark Strand
Writing about Diction and Syntax in Poetry
741(1)
Demonstrative Student Essay: Extraordinary Definitions in Sir Stephen Spender's ``I Think Continually of Those Who Were Truly Great,''
742(3)
Special Topics for Writing and Argument about the Words of Poetry
745(1)
Imagery: The Poem's Link to the Senses
746(28)
Responses and the Writers Use of Detail
746(1)
The Relationship of Imagery to Ideas and Attitudes
747(1)
Classification of Imagery
748(1)
Cargoes
748(2)
John Masefield
Anthem for Doomed Youth
750(1)
Wilfred Owen
The Fish
751(3)
Elizabeth Bishop
Poems for Study
754(1)
The Tyger
754(1)
William Blake
Sonnets from the Portuguese, No. 14: If Thou Must Love Me
755(1)
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Kubla Khan
756(2)
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
On Our Crucified Lord, Naked and Bloody
758(1)
Richard Crashaw
I Know I'm Not Sufficiently Obscure
758(1)
Ray Durem
Preludes
759(2)
T. S. Eliot
The Pulley
761(1)
George Herbert
Spring
761(1)
Gerard Manley Hopkins
A Time Past
762(1)
Denise Levertov
The Voice You Hear When You Read Silently
763(1)
Thomas Lux
Photos of a Salt Mine
764(2)
P. K. Page
In a Station of the Metro
766(1)
Ezra Pound
If You Love for the Sake of Beauty
766(1)
Friedrich Ruckert
Sonnet 130: My Mistress' Eyes Are Nothing Like the Sun
767(1)
William Shakespeare
``It's Only Rock and Roll but I Like It'': The Fall of Saigon
768(1)
David Wojahn
Writing about Imagery
768(2)
Demonstrative Student Essay: The Images of Masefield's ``Cargoes,''
770(2)
Special Topics for Writing and Argument about Imagery in Poetry
772(2)
Figures of Speech, or Metaphorical Language: A Source of Depth and Range in Poetry
774(34)
Metaphors and Similes: The Major Figures of Speech
774(2)
Characteristics of Metaphorical Language
776(1)
On First Looking into Chapman's Homer
777(1)
John Keats
Other Figures of Speech
778(1)
Bright Star
779(2)
John Keats
Let Us Take the Road
781(2)
John Gay
Poems for Study
783(1)
A Red, Red Rose
783(1)
Robert Burns
A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning
784(2)
John Donne
Eyes That Last I Saw in Tears
786(1)
T. S. Eliot
The Iceberg Seven-eighths Under
786(1)
Abbie Huston Evans
Harlem
787(1)
Langston Hughes
To Autumn
788(1)
John Keats
Portrait of a Figure Near Water
789(1)
Jane Kenyon
Sic Vita
790(1)
Henry King
Conjoined
790(1)
Judith Minty
Exit, Pursued by a Bear
791(1)
Ogden Nash
A Work of Artifice
792(1)
Marge Piercy
Metaphors
793(1)
Sylvia Plath
Looking at Each Other
794(1)
Muriel Rukeyser
Sonnet 18: Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer's Day?
795(1)
William Shakespeare
Sonnet 30: When to the Sessions of Sweet Silent Thought
795(1)
William Shakespeare
On Monsieur's Departure
796(1)
Elizabeth Tudor
Queen Elizabeth I
Earth Tremors Felt in Missouri
797(1)
Mona Van Duyn
Inside Out
798(1)
Diane Wakoski
Facing West from California's Shores
799(1)
Walt Whitman
London, 1802
799(1)
William Wordsworth
I Find No Peace
800(1)
Sir Thomas Wyatt
Writing about Figures of Speech
801(3)
Demonstrative Student Essay: Wordsworth's Use of Overstatement in ``London, 1802,''
804(1)
Demonstrative Student Essay: A Study of Shakespeare's Metaphors in Sonnet 30: ``When to the Sessions of Sweet Silent Thought,''
804(2)
Special Topics for Writing and Argument about Figures of Speech in Poetry
806(2)
Tone: The Creation of Attitude in Poetry
808(33)
Tone, Choice, and Response
808(1)
The First-Rate Wife
809(1)
Cornelius Whur
Tone and the Need for Control
810(1)
Dulce et Decorum Est
810(2)
Wilfred Owen
Tone and Common Grounds of Assent
812(1)
Tone and Irony
813(1)
The Workbox
814(2)
Thomas Hardy
Tone and Satire
816(1)
Epigram from the French
816(1)
Alexander Pope
Epigram, Engraved on the Collar of a Dog which I gave to his Royal Highness
816(2)
Alexander Pope
Poems for Study
817(1)
The Author to Her Book
818(1)
Anne Bradstreet
homage to my hips
819(1)
Lucille Clifton
she being Brand/ -new
819(2)
E. E. Cummings
I Am a Black Woman
821(1)
Mari Evans
Theme for English B
822(1)
Langston Hughes
John while swimming in the ocean
823(1)
X. J. Kennedy
The Planned Child
824(1)
Sharon Olds
Late Movies with Skyler
824(2)
Michael Ondaatje
Dying
826(1)
Robert Pinsky
From Epilogue to the Satires, Dialogue I
827(2)
Alexander Pope
Auschwitz
829(1)
Salvatore Quasimodo
Nothing Is Lost
830(1)
Anne Ridler
My Papa's Waltz
831(1)
Theodore Roethke
A Description of the Morning
832(1)
Jonathan Swift
My Physics Teacher
833(1)
David Wagoner
Dimensions
834(1)
C. K. Williams
Writing about Tone in Poetry
835(2)
Demonstrative Student Essay: The Shifting Attitudes of Sharon Olds's Speaker in ``The Planned Child,''
837(2)
Special Topics for Writing and Argument about Tone in Poetry
839(2)
Prosody: Sound, Rhythm, and Rhyme in Poetry
841(56)
Important Definitions for Studying Prosody
841(2)
Segments: Individually Meaningful Sounds
843(1)
Poetic Rhythm
844(1)
The Major Metrical Feet
845(4)
Substitution
849(1)
Accentual, Strong-Stress, and ``Sprung'' Rhythms
849(1)
The Caesura: The Pause Creating Variety and Natural Rhythms in Poetry
850(1)
Segmental Poetic Devices
851(2)
Rhyme: The Duplication and Similarity of Sounds
853(1)
Rhyme and Meter
854(3)
Rhyme Schemes
857(1)
Poems for Study
858(1)
We Real Cool
858(1)
Gwendolyn Brooks
To Hear an Oriole Sing
859(1)
Emily Dickinson
The Sun Rising
860(1)
John Donne
Macavity: The Mystery Cat
861(1)
T. S. Eliot
At a Summer Hotel
862(1)
Isabella Gardner
Upon Julia's Voice
863(1)
Robert Herrick
God's Grandeur
863(1)
Gerard Manley Hopkins
Let America Be America Again
864(2)
Langston Hughes
A Theory of Prosody
866(1)
Philip Levine
The Sound of the Sea
867(1)
William Wadsworth Longfellow
Very Like a Whale
868(1)
Ogden Nash
Annabell Lee
869(2)
Edgar Allan Poe
The Bells
871(3)
Edgar Allan Poe
From An Essay on Man, Epistle I, lines 17-90
874(1)
Alexander Pope
Miniver Cheevy
875(2)
Edwin Arlington Robinson
Sonnet 73: That Time of Year Thou May'st in Me Behold
877(1)
William Shakespeare
Ode to the West Wind
877(3)
Percy Bysshe Shelley
From Idylls of the King: The Passing of Arthur, lines 344-393
880(1)
Alfred, Lord Tennyson
March for a One-Man Band
881(1)
David Wagoner
Writing about Prosody
882(4)
The Passing of Arthur (fragment)
886(3)
Alfred, Lord Tennyson
Demonstrative Student Essay: A Study of Tennyson's Rhythm and Segments in ``The Passing of Arthur,'' Lines 349-360
889(3)
Echo
892(1)
Christina Rossetti
Demonstrative Student Essay: The Rhymes in Christina Rossetti's ``Echo,''
892(3)
Special Topics for Writing and Argument about Rhythm and Rhyme in Poetry
895(2)
Form: The Shape of the Poem
897(40)
Closed-Form Poetry
897(2)
The Eagle
899(3)
Alfred, Lord Tennyson
Spun in High, Dark Clouds
Anonymous
902(1)
Sonnet 116: Let Me Not to the Marriage of True Minds
903(1)
William Shakespeare
Open-Form Poetry
904(1)
Reconciliation
905(1)
Walt Whitman
Visual and Concrete Poetry
906(1)
Easter Wings
907(2)
George Herbert
Poems for Study
908(1)
One Art
909(1)
Elizabeth Bishop
Sonnet
910(1)
Billy Collins
Buffalo Bill's Defunct
910(1)
E. E. Cummings
To the Memory of Mr. Oldham
911(1)
John Dryden
Desert Places
912(1)
Robert Frost
A Supermarket in California
913(1)
Allen Ginsberg
Nikki-Rosa
914(1)
Nikki Giovanni
Museum
915(1)
Robert Hass
Virtue
916(1)
George Herbert
Mantle
917(1)
William Heyen
Swan and Shadow
918(1)
John Hollander
Ode to a Nightingale
919(2)
John Keats
In Bondage
921(1)
Claude McKay
When I Consider How My Light Is Spent
922(1)
John Milton
Ballad of Birmingham
923(1)
Dudley Randall
The Waking
924(1)
Theodore Roethke
Ozymandias
925(1)
Percy Bysshe Shelley
Women
926(1)
May Swenson
Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night
927(1)
Dylan Thomas
Reapers
927(1)
Jean Toomer
The Shape of History
928(1)
Charles H. Webb
Poetics Against the Angel of Death
929(1)
Phyllis Webb
The Dance
930(1)
William Carlos Williams
Writing about Form in Poetry
931(2)
Demonstrative Student Essay: Form and Meaning in Herbert's ``Virtue,''
933(2)
Special Topics for Writing and Argument about Poetic Form
935(2)
Symbolism and Allusion: Windows to a Wide Expanse of Meaning
937(32)
Symbolism and Meaning in Poetry
937(2)
Snow
939(3)
Virginia Scott
Allusions and Poetic Meaning
942(1)
Studying for Symbols and Allusions
943(2)
Poems for Study
944(1)
in Just-
945(1)
E. E. Cummings
The Canonization
946(2)
John Donne
Collage of Echoes
948(1)
Isabella Gardner
The Geese
948(2)
Jorie Graham
In Time of ``The Breaking of Nations,''
950(1)
Thomas Hardy
The Collar
950(1)
George Herbert
Tears
951(2)
Josephine Jacobsen
The Purse-Seine
953(1)
Robinson Jeffers
La Belle Dame Sans Merci
954(2)
John Keats
Old Men Pitching Horseshoes
956(1)
X. J. Kennedy
Wild Geese
957(1)
Mary Oliver
A Noiseless Patient Spider
958(1)
Walt Whitman
Year's End
958(2)
Richard Wilbur
Sailing to Byzantium
960(1)
William Butler Yeats
The Second Coming
961(1)
William Butler Yeats
Writing about Symbolism and Allusion in Poetry
962(3)
Demonstrative Student Essay: Symbolism and Allusion in Yeats's ``The Second Coming,''
965(2)
Special Topics for Writing and Argument about Symbolism and Allusions in Poetry
967(2)
Myth: Systems of Symbolic Allusion in Poetry
969(33)
Mythology as an Explanation of How Things Are
969(3)
Mythology and Literature
972(2)
Leda and the Swan
974(2)
William Butler Yeats
Eight Poems Related to the Myth of Odysseus
976(1)
Poems for Study
976(1)
Siren Song
977(1)
Margaret Atwood
Circe
978(1)
Olga Broumas
Penelope's Song
979(1)
Louise Gluck
Odysseus
980(1)
W. S. Merwin
Penelope
980(1)
Dorothy Parker
The Suitor
981(1)
Linda Pastan
Ulysses
982(2)
Alfred, Lord Tennyson
Odyssey: 20 Years Later
984(1)
Peter Ulisse
Seven Poems Related to the Myth of Icarus
984(1)
Poems for Study
985(1)
Flight 063
985(1)
Brian Aldiss
Musee des Beaux Arts
986(1)
W. H. Auden
Icarus
987(1)
Edward Field
Waiting for Icarus
988(1)
Muriel Rukeyser
To a Friend Whose Work Has Come to Triumph
989(1)
Anne Sexton
Icarus
990(1)
Stephen Spender
Landscape with the Fall of Icarus
990(1)
William Carlos Williams
Three Poems Related to the Myth of the Phoenix
991(1)
Poems for Study
911(81)
Berceuse
992(1)
Amy Clampitt
Hunting the Phoenix
992(1)
Denise Levertov
The Phoenix Again
993(1)
May Sarton
Two Poems Related to the Myth of Oedipus
994(1)
Poems for Study
994(1)
Myth
995(1)
Muriel Rukeyser
On the Way to Delphi
995(1)
John Updike
Writing about Myth in Poetry
996(2)
Demonstrative Student Essay: Myth and Meaning in Dorothy Parker's ``Penelope,''
998(2)
Special Topics for Writing and Argument about Myth in Poetry
1000(2)
Meaning: Idea and Theme in Poetry
1002(30)
Meaning, Power, and Poetic Thought
1003(1)
Problems in Understanding the Meaning of Poems
1004(1)
Meaning and Poetic Techniques
1005(3)
True Love
1008(2)
Judith Viorst
Poems for Study
1010(1)
Beach Glass
1010(2)
Amy Clampitt
next to of course god america i
1012(1)
E. E. Cummings
A Song for St. Cecilia's Day
1012(3)
John Dryden
Whip-poor-will
1015(1)
Donald Hall
To the Virgins, to Make Much of Time
1016(1)
Robert Herrick
The Negro Speaks of Rivers
1016(1)
Langston Hughes
To Celia
1017(1)
Ben Jonson
On the Death of Friends in Childhood
1018(1)
Donald Justice
Ode on a Grecian Urn
1018(3)
John Keats
Next, Please
1021(1)
Philip Larkin
Ars Poetica
1022(1)
Archibald MacLeish
To His Coy Mistress
1023(1)
Andrew Marvell
35/10
1024(1)
Sharon Olds
Ethics
1025(1)
Linda Pastan
Writing about Theme and Meaning in Poetry
1026(2)
Demonstrative Student Essay: Metaphor and Meaning in Larkin's ``Next, Please,''
1028(2)
Special Topics for Writing and Argument about Meaning in Poetry
1030(2)
Three Poetic Careers: William Wordsworth, Emily Dickinson and Robert Frost
1032(83)
William Wordsworth (1770-1850)
1032(1)
Life and Work
1032(3)
Wordsworth and Romanticism
1035(1)
My Heart Leaps Up
1035(3)
William Wordsworth
Bibliographic Sources
1038(1)
Special Topics for Writing and Argument about the Poetry of Wordsworth
1039(9)
Poems
William Wordsworth
Blank Verse poems
From The Prelude, Book I, Lines 301-474
1048
Lines Composed a Few Miles above Tintern Abbey
1044(4)
Stanzaic poems
Daffodils (I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud)
1048(1)
Lines Written in Early Spring
1048(1)
Ode: Intimations of Immortality from Recollections of Early Childhood
1049(5)
Expostulation and Reply
1054(1)
The Tables Turned
1055(1)
Stepping Westward
1056(1)
The Solitary Reaper
1056(1)
Sonnets
Composed upon Westminster Bridge, September 3, 1802
1057(1)
I Grieved for Buonaparte with a Vain
1058(1)
It Is a Beauteous Evening
1058(1)
On the Extinction of the Venetian Republic
1058(1)
Scorn Not the Sonnet
1059(1)
To Toussaint L'Ouverture
1059(1)
Emily Dickinson (1830-1886)
1060(1)
Life and Work
1060(2)
Poetic Characteristics
1062(1)
Poetic Subjects
1063(2)
Bibliographic Sources
1065(2)
Special Topics for Writing and Argument about the Poetry of Dickinson
1067(1)
Poems
Emily Dickinson
After Great Pain, a Formal Feeling Comes (Poem 341)
1068(1)
The Bustle in a House (Poem 1078)
1068(1)
``Faith'' Is a Fine Invention (Poem 185)
1069(1)
The Heart Is the Capital of the Mind (Poem 1354)
1069(1)
I Cannot Live with You (Poem 640)
1069(1)
I Died for Beauty---but Was Scarce (Poem 449)
1070(1)
I Felt a Funeral in My Brain (Poem 280)
1071(1)
I Heard a Fly Buzz---When I Died (Poem 465)
1071(1)
I Like to See It Lap the Miles (Poem 585)
1072(1)
I'm Nobody! Who Are You? (Poem 288)
1072(1)
I Never Felt at Home---Below---(Poem 413)
1073(1)
I Never Lost as Much But Twice (Poem 49)
1073(1)
I Taste a Liquor Never Brewed (Poem 214)
1073(1)
Much Madness Is Divinest Sense (Poem 435)
1074(1)
My Life Closed Twice Before Its Close (Poem 1732)
1074(1)
My Triumph Lasted Till the Drums (Poem 1227)
1074(1)
One Need Not Be a Chamber---To Be Haunted (Poem 670)
1075(1)
Safe in Their Alabaster Chambers (Poem 216)
1075(1)
Some Keep the Sabbath Going to Church (Poem 324)
1076(1)
The Soul Selects Her Own Society (Poem 303)
1076(1)
Success is Counted Sweetest (Poem 67)
1077(1)
Tell All the Truth, but Tell it Slant (Poem 1129)
1077(1)
There's a Certain Slant of Light (Poem 258)
1077(1)
This World Is Not Conclusion (Poem 501)
1078(1)
Wild Nights---Wild Nights! (Poem 249)
1078(1)
Edited Selections from Criticism of Dickinson's Poems, with an Emphasis on Poems Included in this Chapter
1079(1)
Emily Dickinson: The Mind of the Poet
1079(2)
Albert J. Gelpi
Dickinson: The Modern Idiom
1081(6)
David Porter
``The Undiscovered Continent'': Emily Dickinson and the Space of the Mind
1087(3)
Suzanne Juhasz
Emily Dickinson: A Poet's Grammar
1090(3)
Cristanne Miller
Emily Dickinson: Personae and Performance
1093(2)
Elizabeth Phillips
Emily Dickinson
1095(5)
Joan Kirkby
Robert Frost (1874-1963)
1100(1)
Life and Work
1100(3)
Poetic Characteristics
1103(1)
Poetic Subjects
1104(1)
Bibliographic Sources
1104(1)
Special Topics for Writing and Argument about the Poetry of Frost
1105(6)
Poems
Robert Frost
Alphabetical List of Poems
Acquainted with the Night (1928)
1111
Birches (1915)
1107(7)
Choose Something like a Star (1943)
1114
A Considerable Speck (1942)
1113
Design (1936)
1112
Fire and Ice (1920)
1110
A Line-Storm Song (1913)
1106(1)
Mending Wall (1914)
1106(5)
Misgiving (1923)
1111(1)
Nothing Gold Can Stay (1923)
1111
`Out, Out---'(1916)
1109(1)
The Oven Bird (1916)
1110
The Road Not Taken (1915)
1109(3)
The Silken Tent (1936)
1112(1)
The Strong Are Saying Nothing (1937)
1113
Chronological Arrangement of Poems
A Line-Storm Song (1913)
1106(1)
Mending Wall (1914)
1106(1)
Birches (1915)
1107(2)
The Road Not Taken (1915)
1109(1)
`Out, Out---'(1916)
1109(1)
The Oven Bird (1916)
1110(1)
Fire and Ice (1920)
1110(1)
Misgiving (1923)
1111(1)
Nothing Gold Can Stay (1923)
1111(1)
Acquainted with the Night (1928)
1111(1)
Design (1936)
1112(1)
The Silken Tent (1936)
1112(1)
The Strong Are Saying Nothing (1937)
1113(1)
A Considerable Speck (1942)
1113(1)
Choose Something like a Star (1943)
1114(1)
Poems for Additional Study
1115(108)
80-Proof
1118(1)
A. R. Ammons
My Arkansas
1119(1)
Maya Angelou
Barbara Allan
Anonymous
1119(1)
Healing Prayer from the Beautyway Chant
1120(1)
Navajo
Lord Randal
Anonymous
1121(1)
The Three Ravens
Anonymous
1122(1)
Waly, Waly
Anonymous
1123(1)
Variation on the Word Sleep
1124(1)
Margaret Atwood
The Unknown Citizen
1125(1)
W. H. Auden
Ka 'Ba
1125(1)
Imamu Amiri Baraka
LeRoi Jones
Through the Weeks of Deep Snow
1126(1)
Wendell Berry
Can. Lit.
1126(1)
Earle Birney
Women
1127(1)
Louise Bogan
A Black Man Talks of Reaping
1128(1)
Arna Bontemps
To My Dear and Loving Husband
1128(1)
Anne Bradstreet
Primer for Blacks
1128(2)
Gwendolyn Brooks
Sonnets from the Portuguese: No. 43: How Do I Love Thee?
1130(1)
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Soliloquy of the Spanish Cloister
1130(2)
Robert Browning
The Destruction of Sennacherib
1132(1)
Lord Byron
Cherry Ripe
1133(1)
Thomas Campion
this morning (for the girls of eastern high school)
1134(1)
Lucille Clifton
the poet
1134(1)
Lucille Clifton
`The killers that run...'
1134(1)
Leonard Cohen
Days
1135(1)
Billy Collins
From a Letter to America on a Visit to Sussex: Spring 1942
1136(1)
Frances Cornford
Do Not Weep, Maiden, for War Is Kind
1137(1)
Stephen Crane
Yet Do I Marvel
1137(1)
Countee Cullen
if there are any heavens
1138(1)
E. E. Cummings
Kudzu
1138(2)
James Dickey
The Lifeguard
1140(2)
James Dickey
The Performance
1142(1)
James Dickey
The Good Morrow
1143(1)
John Donne
Holy Sonnet 6: This Is My Play's Last Scene
1144(1)
John Donne
Holy Sonnet 7: At the Round Earth's Imagined Corners
1144(1)
John Donne
Holy Sonnet 10: Death Be Not Proud
1145(1)
John Donne
A Hymn to God the Father
1145(1)
John Donne
Song: Go, And Catch a Falling Star
1146(1)
John Donne
Since There's No Help
1146(1)
Michael Drayton
Sympathy
1147(1)
Paul Laurence Dunbar
The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock
1147(4)
T. S. Eliot
The Negro
1151(1)
James Emanuel
Like God
1151(2)
Lynn Emanuel
Naming the Animals
1153(1)
John Engels
Because One Is Always Forgotten
1153(1)
Carolyn Forche
Hiroshima Crewman
1154(1)
Dan Georgakas
The Beauty of the Trees
1154(1)
Chief Dan George
Woman
1154(1)
Nikki Giovanni
Sonnet Ending with a Film Subtitle
1155(1)
Marilyn Hacker
Little Cosmic Dust Poem
1156(1)
John Haines
Scenic View
1156(1)
Donald Hall
Snapshot of Hue
1157(1)
Daniel Halpern
Summer in the Middle Class
1157(1)
Daniel Halpern
Leaves
1158(1)
H. S. (Sam) Hamod
She's Free!
1159(1)
Frances E. W. Harper
Called
1160(1)
Michael S. Harper
Spring Rain
1161(1)
Robert Hass
Those Winter Sundays
1161(1)
Robert Hayden
The Otter
1162(1)
Seamus Heaney
Love (III)
1162(1)
George Herbert
The Hair: Jacob Korman's Story
1163(1)
William Heyen
Advice to Young Ladies
1163(2)
A. D. Hope
Pied Beauty
1165(1)
Gerard Manley Hopkins
The Windhover
1165(1)
Gerard Manley Hopkins
Battle Hymn of the Republic
1166(1)
Julia Ward Howe
Negro
1166(1)
Langston Hughes
The Answer
1167(1)
Robinson Jeffers
Haiku
1168(1)
Etheridge Knight
Woodchucks
1168(1)
Maxine Kumin
Rhine Boat Trip
1169(1)
Irving Layton
A Final Thing
1170(1)
Li-Young Lee
In Computers
1171(1)
Alan P. Lightman
The Choosing
1172(1)
Liz Lochhead
Every Traveler Has One Vermont Poem
1173(1)
Audre Lorde
To Lucasta, Going to the Wars
1173(1)
Richard Lovelace
Patterns
1174(2)
Amy Lowell
Dark Pines under Water
1176(1)
Gwendolyn McEwen
Lines
1177(1)
Heather McHugh
The White City
1177(1)
Claude McKay
Listen
1177(1)
W. S. Merwin
What Lips My Lips Have Kissed, and Where, and Why
1178(1)
Edna St. Vincent Millay
The Bear
1179(1)
N. Scott Momaday
Life Cycle of Common Man
1179(1)
Howard Nemerov
wahbegan
1180(1)
Jim Northrup
Poem
1181(1)
Frank O'Hara
Ghosts
1182(1)
Mary Oliver
A Story of How a Wall Stands
1183(1)
Simon Ortiz
Resume
1184(1)
Dorothy Parker
Marks
1184(1)
Linda Pastan
The Secretary Chant
1185(1)
Marge Piercy
Will We Work Together?
1185(1)
Marge Piercy
Last Words
1186(1)
Sylvia Plath
Mirror
1187(1)
Sylvia Plath
Archaeology
1187(1)
Katha Pollitt
The River-Merchant's Wife: A Letter
1188(1)
Ezra Pound
Bells for John Whiteside's Daughter
1189(1)
John Crowe Ransom
Assailant
1190(1)
John Raven
Diving into the Wreck
1190(2)
Adrienne Rich
The Waking
1192(1)
Theodore Roethke
In a Farmhouse
1193(1)
Luis Omar Salinas
right on: white america
1193(1)
Sonia Sanchez
Chicago
1194(1)
Carl Sandburg
Dreamers
1195(1)
Siegfried Sassoon
The Paperweight
1195(1)
Gjertrud Schnackenberg
I Have a Rendezvous with Death
1196(1)
Alan Seeger
My Mother's Face
1196(1)
Brenda Serotte
Fear No More the Heat o' the Sun
1197(1)
William Shakespeare
Sonnet 29: When in Disgrace with Fortune and Men's Eyes
1198(1)
William Shakespeare
Sonnet 146: Poor Soul, the Center of My Sinful Earth
1198(1)
William Shakespeare
Auto Wreck
1199(1)
Karl Shapiro
Where Mountain Lion Lay Down with Deer
1200(1)
Leslie Marmon Silko
Bluejays
1200(1)
Dave Smith
Not Waving But Drowning
1201(1)
Stevie Smith
These Trees Stand...
1201(1)
W. D. Snodgrass
Lost Sister
1202(1)
Cathy Song
Oranges
1203(2)
Gary Soto
Kearney Park
1205(1)
Gary Soto
Traveling Through the Dark
1205(1)
William Stafford
Burying an Animal on the Way to New York
1206(1)
Gerald Stern
The Emperor of Ice-Cream
1206(1)
Wallace Stevens
Questions
1207(1)
May Swenson
A Riddle (The Vowels)
1207(1)
Jonathan Swift
The Blue Booby
1208(1)
James Tate
A Refusal to Mourn the Death, by Fire, of a Child in London
1209(1)
Dylan Thomas
Blurry Cow
1209(1)
Chase Twichell
Perfection Wasted
1210(1)
John Updike
Day-Long Day
1210(1)
Tino Villanueva
The Boxes
1211(1)
Shelly Wagner
Revolutionary Petunias
1212(1)
Alice Walker
Go, Lovely Rose
1213(1)
Edmund Waller
Heart of Autumn
1214(1)
Robert Penn Warren
Song of Napalm
1215(1)
Bruce Weigl
On Being Brought from Africa to America
1216(1)
Phillis Wheatley
Full of Life Now
1216(1)
Walt Whitman
Beat! Beat! Drums!
1216(1)
Walt Whitman
Dirge for Two Veterans
1217(1)
Walt Whitman
April 5, 1974
1218(1)
Richard Wilbur
The Red Wheelbarrow
1218(1)
William Carlos Williams
The Wild Swans at Coole
1219(1)
William Butler Yeats
The Day Zimmer Last Religion
1220(3)
Paul Zimmer
Reading and Writing About Drama
The Dramatic Vision: An Overview
1223(63)
Drama is Literature and Drama as Performance
1223(11)
Drama from Ancient Times to Our Own: Tragedy, Comedy, and Additional Forms
1234(3)
Anonymous The Visit to the Sepulchre (The Queen Quaeritis Trope)
1237(4)
Reading Plays
1241(2)
Plays for Study
1242(1)
Trifles
1243(12)
Susan Glaspell
The More the Merrier
1255(10)
Stanley Kauffmann
Tea Party
1265(5)
Betty Keller
Before Breakfast
1270(7)
Eugene O'Neill
Writing about the Elements of Drama
1277(4)
Demonstrative Student Essay: The Symbolism of the Quilting Knot in Susan Glaspell's ``Trifles,''
1281(3)
Special Topics for Writing and Argument about the Elements of Drama
1284(2)
The Tragic Vision: Affirmation Through Loss
1286(249)
The Origins of Tragedy
1287(2)
The Ancient Competitions in Tragedy
1289(3)
Aristotle and the Nature of Tragedy
1292(5)
Irony in Tragedy
1297(1)
The Ancient Athenian Audience and Theater
1298(3)
Ancient Greek Tragic Actors and Their Costumes
1301(1)
Performance and the Formal Organization of Greek Tragedy
1302(2)
Plays for Study
1303(1)
Oedipus the King
1304(40)
Sophocles
Renaissance Drama and Shakespeare's Theater
1344(5)
Hamlet
1349(104)
William Shakespeare
Tragedy from Shakespeare to Arthur Miller
1453(1)
Death of a Salesman
1454(69)
Arthur Miller
Writing about Tragedy
1523(1)
An Essay about a Problem
1524(3)
Demonstrative Student Essay: The Problem of Hamlet's Apparent Delay
1527(3)
An Essay on a Close Reading of a Passage
1530(1)
Demonstrative Student Essay: Appearance and Reality: A Close Reading of Hamlet, Act I, scene 2, lines 76-86
1531(2)
Special Topics for Writing and Argument about Tragedy
1533(2)
The Comic Vision: Restoring the Balance
1535(122)
The Origins of Comedy
1535(3)
Comedy from Roman Times to the Renaissance
1538(1)
Comic Patterns, Characters, and Language
1538(2)
Types of Comedy
1540(3)
Plays for Study
1543(1)
A Midsummer Night's Dream
1543(57)
William Shakespeare
The Theater of Moliere
1600(3)
Love Is the Doctor (L'Amour Medecin)
1603(20)
Moliere
Comedy from Moliere to the Present
1623(1)
The Bear
1624(10)
Anton Chekhov
Am I Blue
1634(16)
Beth Henley
Writing about Comedy
1650(3)
Demonstrative Student Essay: Setting as Symbol and Comic Structure in A Midsummer Night's Dream
1653(2)
Special Topics for Writing and Argument about Comedy
1655(2)
Visions of Dramatic Reality and Nonreality: Varying the Idea of Drama as Imitation
1657(105)
Realism and Nonrealism in Drama
1657(3)
Elements of Realistic and Nonrealistic Drama
1660(3)
Plays for Study
1663(1)
Mulatto
1663(27)
Langston Hughes
The Happy Journey to Trenton and Camden
1690(13)
Thornton Wilder
The Glass Menagerie
1703(53)
Tennessee Williams
Writing about Realistic and Nonrealistic Drama
1756(2)
Demonstrative Student Essay: Realism and Nonrealism in Tom's Triple Role in The Glass Menagerie
1758(3)
Special Topics for Writing and Argument about Dramatic Reality and Nonreality
1761(1)
Dramatic Vision and the Motion Picture Camera: Drama on the Silver (and Television) Screen
1762(24)
A Thumbnail History of Film
1763(2)
Stage Plays and Film
1765(1)
The Aesthetics of Film
1766(1)
The Techniques of Film
1766(4)
Film Scenes for Study
1770(1)
Shot 71 from the Shooting Script of Citizen Kane
1770(5)
Orson Welles
Herman J. Mankiewicz
A Scene from The Turning Point
1775(5)
Arthur Laurents
Writing about Film
1780(2)
Demonstrative Student Essay: Citizen Kane: Whittling a Giant Down to Size
1782(3)
Special Topics for Writing and Argument about Film
1785(1)
A Career in Drama: Two Major Plays of Henrik Ibsen
1786(139)
Ibsen's Life and Early Work
1787(1)
Ibsen's Major Prose Plays
1788(1)
Two Major Realistic Plays
1789(1)
Ibsen and the ``Well-Made Play,''
1790(1)
Ibsen's Timeliness and Dramatic Power
1791(1)
Bibliography Studies
1792(1)
A Dollhouse (Et Dukkehjem)
1793(51)
An Enemy of the People (En Folkefiende)
1844(57)
Special Topics for Writing and Argument about Ibsen
1901(1)
Edited Selections from Criticism of Ibsen's Drama
1902(1)
``Ibsen and the Realistic Problem Drama,''
1902(5)
Bjorn Hemmer
Henrik Ibsen: The Farewell to Poetry 1864-1882
1907(4)
Michael Meyer
``The Doll House Backlash: Criticism, Feminism, and Ibsen,''
1911(4)
Joan Templeton
``A Marxist Approach to A Doll House,''
1915(3)
Barry Witham
John Lutterbie
Catiline's Dream: An Essay on Ibsen's Plays
1918(7)
James Hurt
Special Writing Topics about Literature
Writing and Documenting the Research Essay
1925(29)
Selecting a Topic
1925(2)
Setting up a Bibliography
1927(1)
Online Library Services
1928(2)
Taking Notes and Paraphrasing Material
1930(9)
Documenting Your Work
1939(4)
Strategies for Organizing Ideas in Your Research Essay
1943(2)
Demonstrative Student Essay: The Ghost in Hamlet
1945(9)
Critical Approaches Important in the Study of Literature
1954(14)
Moral/Intellectual
1955(1)
Topical/Historical
1956(1)
New Critical/Formalist
1957(2)
Structuralist
1959(1)
Feminist
1960(1)
Economic Determinist/Marxist
1961(1)
Psychological/Psychoanalytic
1962(1)
Archetypal/Symbolic/Mythic
1963(2)
Deconstructionist
1965(1)
Reader-Response
1966(2)
Taking Examinations on Literature
1968(11)
Focusing Directly on the Questions Asked
1968(2)
Systematic Preparation
1970(3)
Two Basic Types of Questions about Literature
1973(6)
Comparison-Contrast and Extended Comparison-Contrast: Learning by Seeing Literary Works Together
1979(14)
Guidelines for the Comparison-Contrast Method
1980(3)
The Extended Comparison-Contrast Essay
1983(1)
Writing a Comparison-Contrast Essay
1984(1)
Demonstrative Student Essay (Two Works): The Treatment of Responses to War in Lowell's ``Patterns'' and Owen's ``Anthem for Doomed Youth,''
1985(3)
Demonstrative Student Essay (Extended Comparison-Contrast): Literary Treatments of the Conflicts Between Private and Public Life
1988(4)
Special Topics for Writing and Argument about Comparison and Contrast
1992(1)
Appendix I: Mla Recommendations for Documenting Electronic Sources 1993(4)
Appendix II: Brief Biographies of the Poets in Part III 1997(31)
Glossary of Literary Terms 2028(23)
Credits 2051(10)
Index of Authors, Titles, and First Lines 2061


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