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Literature and Ourselves : A Thematic Introduction for Readers and Writers

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Edition:
3rd
ISBN13:

9780321027498

ISBN10:
0321027493
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
8/3/2000
Publisher(s):
Addison-Wesley
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Summary

Literature and Ourselves, 3/e is a thematically arranged anthology that focuses on issues of self and self-exploration. With each of the six themesFamily, Men and Women, Human Vulnerability, Freedom and Responsibility, Art and Language, and Questthe authors make literature real to the students in a personal way. Within each themeLiterature and Ourselves provides a unique combination of traditional and contemporary works organized by genreessays, fiction, poetry, and dramathat reflect the diverse cultures and ethnicities that make up our world today. The third edition features enhanced coverage of the writing process, three new casebooks (August Wilson, Three Poets: Robert Frost, Emily Dickinson, Langston Hughes, and Katherine Anne Porter) and new material on research and the Internet.

Table of Contents

Detailed contents v
Alternate Contents by Genre xv
Preface xxi
INTRODUCTION 1(1472)
Literature
1(2)
Essays
3(3)
Fiction
6(6)
Poetry
12(8)
Drama
20(7)
The Writing Process
27(14)
Ways to Write About Literature
41(3)
THEMATIC ANTHOLOGY
Family
44(244)
Writing About Family
46(242)
Casebook an August wilson
204(84)
Men and Women
288(244)
Writing About Men and Women
290(242)
A Casebook on Three Poets
461(71)
Emily Dickinson
Robert Frost
Langston Hughes
Human Vulnerability
532(286)
Writing About human Vulnerability
534(284)
Casebook on Katherine Anne Porter
765(53)
Freedom and Responsibility
818(160)
Writing About Freedom and Responsibility
820(158)
Casebook on Ursula K. Le Guin
950(28)
Art and Language
978(232)
Writing About Art and Language
980(230)
Casebook on Alice Walker
1171(39)
Quest
1210(263)
Writing About Quest
1212(261)
Casebook on Flannery O'Connor
1423(50)
Appendix A: Critical Approaches to Literature 1473(5)
Appendix B: Documentating a Research paper: MLA Style Sheet 1478(9)
Glossary 1487(6)
Acknowledgments 1493(13)
Index 1506


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