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The Norton Anthology: Western Literature Volume 2

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Summary

Read by millions of students over seven editions, The Norton Anthology of Western Literature remains the most trusted undergraduate survey of Western literature available and one of the most successful college texts ever published. Firmly grounded by the hallmark strengths of all Norton anthologies-thorough and helpful introductory matter, judicious annotation, complete texts wherever possible-the Eighth Edition features a significantly expanded selection of literature (37 new authors and over 150 new pieces) as well as three new pedagogical features designed to enrich students' understanding of the historical and cultural context of the literary works.

Table of Contents

PREFACE XXV
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS XXXI
PHONETIC EQUIVALENTS XXXVII
The Enlightenment
INTRODUCTION
1(7)
TIME LINE
8(2)
JEAN-BAPTISTE POQUELIN MOLIÈRE (1622-1673)
10(57)
Tartuffe (French)
12(55)
(Translated by Richard Wilbur)
MARIE DE LA VERGNE DE LA FAYETTE (1643-1693)
67(92)
The Princess of Cleves (French)
70(89)
(Translated by Thomas Sergeant Perry)
JEAN RACINE (1639-1699)
159(42)
Phaedra (French)
162(39)
(Translated by Richard Wilbur)
JEAN DE LA FONTAINE (1621-1695)
201(7)
Fables (French)
202(6)
The Cicada and the Ant
202(1)
The Crow and the Fox
202(1)
The Wolf and the Lamb
203(1)
The Oak and the Reed
203(1)
The Lion and the Rat
204(1)
The Fox and the Grapes
205(1)
The Rooster and the Fox
205(1)
(Translated by James Michie)
The Two Pigeons
206(3)
(Translated by Francis Duke)
SOR JUANA INÉS DE LA CRUZ (1648-1695)
208(27)
Reply to Sor Filotea de la Cruz (Spanish)
209(26)
(Translated by Margaret Sayers Peden)
THE SITUATION OF WOMEN
235(54)
JUDITH DRAKE (seventeenth century)
236(7)
From An Essay in Defense of the Female Sex
237(6)
"SOPHIA" (eighteenth century)
243(12)
Woman Not Inferior to Man
243(12)
Chap. II. In what esteem the women are held by the men, and how justly.
243(5)
Chap. III. Whether women are inferior to men in their intellectual capacity, or not.
248(3)
Chap. IV. Whether the men are better qualified to govern than women, or not.
251(2)
From Chap. V. Whether the women are fit for public offices, or not.
253(2)
JEAN-JACQUES ROUSSEAU (1712-1778)
255(8)
Émile (French)
256(7)
From Marriage
256(1)
(Translated by William Boyd)
THEODOR GOTTLIEB VON HIPPEL (1741-1796)
263(12)
On Improving the Status of Women (German)
264(11)
From V. Suggestions for Improvement
264(1)
(Translated by Timothy F. Sellner)
HANNAH MORE (1745-1833)
275(4)
Strictures on the Modern System of Female Education
276(3)
Introduction
276(3)
OLYMPE DE GOUGES (1748-1793)
279(5)
The Rights of Woman (French)
279(5)
(Translated under the direction of Nirupama Rastogi)
MARY ROBINSON (1758-1800)
284(5)
From A Letter to the Women of England, on the Injustice of Mental Subordination
285(4)
JONATHAN SWIFT (1667-1745)
289(58)
Gulliver's Travels
292(49)
A Letter from Captain Gulliver to His Cousin Simpson
292(2)
The Publisher to the Reader
294(1)
Part IV. A Voyage to the Country of the Houyhnhnms
295(46)
A Modest Proposal
341(6)
(Edited by Herbert Davis)
ALEXANDER POPE (1688-1744)
347(28)
The Rape of the Lock
350(18)
(Text and notes by Samuel Holt Monk)
An Essay on Man
368(7)
Epistle I
368(7)
FRANÇOIS-MARIE AROUET DE VOLTAIRE (1694-1778)
375(63)
Candide, or Optimism (French)
377(61)
(Translated and with notes by Robert M. Adams)
SAMUEL JOHNSON (1709-1784)
438(47)
From The History of Rasselas, Prince of Abissinia
440(56)
Chapter I. Description of a Palace in a Valley
440(2)
Chapter II. The Discontent of Rasselas in the Happy Valley
442(2)
Chapter VII. The Prince Find a Man of Learning
444(1)
Chapter VIII. The History of Imlac
444(2)
Chapter IX. The History of Imlac Continued
446(2)
Chapter X. Imlac's History Continued. A Dissertation upon Poetry
448(1)
Chapter XI. Imlac's Narrative Continued. A Hint on Pilgrimage
449(2)
Chapter XII. The Story of Imlac Continued
451(3)
Chapter XVI. They Enter Cairo, and Find Every Man Happy
454(1)
Chapter XVII. The Prince Associates with Young Men of Spirit and Gaiety
455(1)
Chapter XVIII. The Prince Finds a Wise and Happy Man
456(2)
Chapter XIX. A Glimpse of Pastoral Life
458(1)
Chapter XX. The Danger of Prosperity
458(1)
Chapter XXI. The Happiness of Solitude. The Hermit's History
459(2)
Chapter XXII. The Happiness of a Life Led According to Nature
461(1)
Chapter XXIII. The Prince and His Sister Divide between Them the Work of Observation
462(1)
Chapter XXIV. The Prince Examines the Happiness of High Stations
463(1)
Chapter XXV. The Princess Pursues Her Inquiry with More Diligence Than Success
463(1)
Chapter XXVI. The Princess Continues Her Remarks upon Private Life
464(2)
Chapter XXVII. Disquisition upon Greatness
466(1)
Chapter XXVIII. Rasselas and Nekayah Continue Their Conversation
467(2)
Chapter XXIX. The Debate on Marriage Continued
469(2)
Chapter XXXII. They Enter the Pyramid
471(1)
Chapter XL. The History of a Man of Learning
471(2)
Chapter XLI. The Astronomer Discovers the Cause of His Uneasiness
473(1)
Chapter XLII. The Opinion of the Astronomer Is Explained and Justified
473(1)
Chapter XLIII. The Astronomer Leaves Imlac His Directions
474(1)
Chapter XLIV. The Dangerous Prevalence of Imagination
475(1)
Chapter XLV. They Discourse with an Old Man
476(2)
Chapter XLVI. The Princess and Pekuah Visit the Astronomer
478(3)
From Chapter XLVII. The Prince Enters, and Brings a New Topic
481(1)
Chapter XLVIII. Imlac Discourses on the Nature of the Soul
481(2)
Chapter XLIX. The Conclusion, in Which Nothing Is Concluded
483(2)
The Nineteenth Century: Romanticism
INTRODUCTION
485(8)
TIME LINE
493(3)
JEAN-JACQUES ROUSSEAU (1712-1778)
496(23)
Confessions, Part I (French)
498(21)
From Book One. [The Years 1712-1723]
498(7)
From Book Two. [The Years 1728-1731]
505(4)
From Book Three. [The Years 1731-1732]
509(5)
From Book Four. [The Year 1732]
514(1)
From Book Five. [The Years 1732-1738]
515(1)
From Book Six. [The Year 1738]
516(6)
(Translated by J.M. Cohen)
JOHANN WOLFGANG VON GOETHE (1749-1832)
519(107)
Faust (German)
522(104)
Prologue in Heaven
522(3)
[Part I]
525(102)
(Translated by Martin Greenberg)
REVOLUTIONARY MOMENTS
626(56)
THOMAS HUTCHINSON (1711-1780)
627(6)
[Address to the Massachusetts Assembly]
627(6)
MERCY OTIS WARREN (1728-1814)
633(12)
From History of the Rise, Progress, and Termination of the American Revolution
633(12)
Chapter XVII. [1780]
633(7)
Chapter XXX. [The Aftermath of the Revolution]
640(5)
JOHN ADAMS and ABIGAIL ADAMS (1735-1826 and 1744-1818)
645(12)
[Familiar Letters]
646(11)
THOMAS PAINE (1737-1809)
657(3)
Address to the People of France
658(2)
JEAN-PAUL MARAT (1743-1793)
660(7)
[Address to the Convention on the Crimes of King Louis XVI] (French)
661(6)
(Translated by Marian Rothstein)
GERMAINE DE STAEL (1766-1817)
667(7)
From Considerations on the Principal Events of the French Revolution (French)
668(3)
Part One. Chapter I. General Remarks
668(2)
Part Three. Chapter XV, Political Fanaticism
670(1)
The Superiority of Moderation over Extremism (French)
671(3)
(Translated by Morroe Berger)
WOMEN IN REVOLUTIONARY PARIS
674(4)
Marguerite Pinaigre
[My Role in the Conquest of the Bastille] (French)
674(1)
(Translated by Jennifer Westfall)
Claude Fournier L'Héritier, l'Américain
[The October Days] (French)
675(1)
(Translated by Darline Gay Levy, Harriet Branson Applewhite, and Mary Durham Johnson)
WOMEN TESTIFY
678(4)
Madelaine Glaine
Deposition Number 83 (French)
679(1)
Jeanne Dorothée Delaissement
Deposition Number 85 (French)
680(1)
Marie-Rose Barré
Deposition Number 343 (French)
680(1)
(Translated by Philip Dawson)
ENGLISH ROMANTIC LYRICS: A SELECTION
682(82)
WILLIAM BLAKE (1757-1827)
683(10)
From Songs of Innocence
686(3)
Introduction
686(1)
The Lamb
686(1)
The Little Black Boy
687(1)
Holy Thursday
688(1)
The Chimney Sweeper
688(1)
From Songs of Experience
689(3)
Introduction
689(1)
Earth's Answer
689(1)
The Tyger
690(1)
The Sick Rose
691(1)
London
691(1)
The Chimney Sweeper
692(1)
Mock On, Mock On, Voltaire, Rousseau
692(1)
And Did Those Feet
692(1)
(Edited by David V. Erdman and Harold Bloom)
WILLIAM WORDSWORTH (1770-1850)
693(12)
Lines Composed a Few Miles above Tintern Abbey
696(3)
Ode on Intimations of Immortality
699(5)
Composed upon Westminster Bridge, September 3, 1802
704(1)
The World Is Too Much with Us
704(1)
DOROTHY WORDSWORTH (1771-1855)
705(31)
From The Grasmere Journals
706(30)
SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE (1772-1834)
736(7)
Kubla Khan
737(2)
Dejection: An Ode
739(4)
GEORGE GORDON, LORD BYRON (1788-1824)
743(5)
[Again Deceived! Again Betrayed!]
744(1)
[Politics in 1813. To Lady Melbourne]
745(1)
Stanzas for Music
745(1)
Fare Thee Well!
745(2)
When We Two Parted
747(1)
PERCY BYSSHE SHELLEY (1792-1822)
748(7)
Stanzas Written in Dejection-December 1818, near Naples
749(1)
England in 1819
750(1)
Ode to the West Wind
751(2)
A Defense of Poetry
753(2)
[Conclusion]
753(2)
JOHN KEATS (1795-1821)
755(9)
On First Looking into Chapman's Homer
756(1)
Bright Star
757(1)
La Belle Dame sans Merci
757(2)
Ode on a Grecian Urn
759(1)
Ode to a Nightingale
760(2)
Ode on Melancholy
762(1)
To Autumn
763(1)
CONTINENTAL ROMANTIC LYRICS: A SELECTION
764(233)
FRIEDRICH HÖLDERLIN (1770-1843)
766(2)
The Half of Life (German)
766(1)
Hyperion's Song of Fate (German)
767(1)
Brevity (German)
767(1)
To the Fates (German)
768(1)
(Translated by Christopher Middleton)
NOVALIS (FRIEDRICH VON HARDENBERG) (1772-1801)
768(2)
Yearning for Death (German)
769(1)
(Translated by Charles E. Passage)
ANNA PETROVNA BUNINA (1774-1829)
770(2)
From the Seashore (Russian)
771(1)
(Translated by Pamela Perkins)
ALPHONSE DE LAMARTINE (1790-1869)
772(2)
The Lake (French)
772(2)
(Translated by Andrea Moorhead)
HEINRICH HEINE (1797-1856)
774(2)
[A Pine Is Standing Lonely] (German)
775(1)
[A Young Man Loves a Maiden] (German)
775(1)
[Ah, Death Is Like the Long Cool Night] (German)
775(1)
The Silesian Weavers (German)
776(1)
(Translated by Hal Draper)
GIACOMO LEOPARDI (1798-1837)
776(4)
The Infinite (Italian)
777(1)
To Himself (Italian)
777(1)
To Sylvia (Italian)
778(1)
The Village Saturday (Italian)
779(1)
(Translated by Ottavio M. Casale)
VICTOR HUGO (1802-1885)
780(6)
Et nox facta est (French)
781(5)
(Translated by Mary Ann Caws)
GÉRARD DE NERVAL (1808-1855)
786(3)
Notre-Dame (French)
787(1)
Awakening in the Carriage (French)
787(1)
A Lane in the Luxembourg (French)
788(1)
April (French)
788(1)
Grandmother (French)
788(1)
(Translated by Geoffrey Wagner)
MIKHAILYURYEVICH LERMONTOV (1814-1841)
789(4)
[I Do Not Love You] (Russian)
789(1)
[No, I Am Not Byron] (Russian)
790(1)
To (Russian)
790(1)
[Her Face Is Not the Face of Venus] (Russian)
790(1)
The Poet's Death (Russian)
791(2)
(Translated by Anatoly Liberman)
GUSTAVO ADOLFO BÉCQUER (1836-1870)
793(3)
[I Know a Strange, Gigantic Hymn] (Spanish)
793(1)
[Nameless Spirit] (Spanish)
794(2)
(Translated by Bruce Phenix)
ROSALIA DE CASTRO (1837-1885)
796(4)
[As I Composed This Little Book] (Spanish)
796(1)
[Mild Was the Air] (Spanish)
796(1)
[A Glowworm Scatters Flashes through the Moss] (Spanish)
797(1)
[The Feet of Spring Are on the Stair] (Spanish)
798(1)
[Candescent Lies the Air] (Spanish)
799(1)
[The Ailing Woman Felt Her Forces Ebb] (Spanish)
799(1)
(Translated by S. Griswold Morley)
ALEXANDER SERGEYEVICH PUSHKIN (1799-1837)
800(20)
The Queen of Spades (Russian)
801(19)
(Translated by Gillon B. Aitken)
ALFRED, LORD TENNYSON (1809-1892)
820(23)
Ulysses
822(1)
Tithonus
823(2)
From In Memoriam A.H.H.
825(18)
ROBERT BROWNING (1812-1889)
843(13)
My Last Duchess
845(2)
The Bishop Orders His Tomb at Saint Praxed's Church
847(3)
"Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came"
850(6)
FREDERICK DOUGLASS (1818?-1895)
856(60)
Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave
858(58)
WALT WHITMAN (1819-1892)
916(12)
From Song of Myself
918(6)
Out of the Cradle Endlessly Rocking
924(4)
HERMAN MELVILLE (1819-1891)
928(58)
Billy Budd, Sailor
931(55)
(Edited by Harrison Hayford and Merton M. Sealts Jr.)
EMILY DICKINSON (1830-1886)
986(22)
216 [Safe in their Alabaster Chambers-]
987(1)
258 [There's a certain Slant of light]
988(1)
303 [The Soul selects her own Society-]
988(1)
328 [A Bird came down the Walk-]
988(1)
341 [After great pain, a formal feeling comes-]
989(1)
435 [Much Madness is divinest Sense-]
989(1)
449 [I died for Beauty-but was scarce]
990(1)
465 [I heard a Fly buzz-when I died-]
990(1)
519 ['Twas warm-at first-like Us-]
991(1)
585 [I like to see it lap the Miles-]
991(1)
632 [The Brain-is wider than the Sky-]
992(1)
657 [I dwell in Possibility-]
992(1)
712 [Because I could not stop for Death-]
992(1)
754 [My Life had stood-a Loaded Gun-]
993(1)
1084 [At Half past Three, a single Bird]
994(1)
1129 [Tell all the Truth but tell it slant-]
994(1)
1207 [He preached upon "Breadth" till it argued him narrow-]
994(1)
1564 [Pass to thy Rendezvous of Light]
995(1)
1593 [There came a Wind like a Bugle-]
995(2)
The Nineteenth Century: Realism and Symbolism
INTRODUCTION
997(9)
TIME LINE
1006(2)
NIKOLAI GOGOL (1809-1852)
1008(25)
The Overcoat (Russian)
1012(21)
(Translated by Constance Garnett, revised by Leonard J. Kent)
GUSTAVE FLAUBERT (1821-1880)
1033(217)
Madame Bovary (French)
1037(213)
(Translated by Francis Steegmuller)
FYODOR DOSTOEVSKY (1821-1881)
1250(77)
Notes from Underground (Russian)
1255(72)
(Translated by Michael Katz)
LEO TOLSTOY (1828-1910)
1327(42)
The Death of Ivan Ilyich (Russian)
1330(39)
(Translated by Louise Maude and Aylmer Maude)
REVOLUTIONARY PRINCIPLES
1369(38)
CHARLES DARWIN (1809-1882)
1370(11)
The Origin of Species
1371(5)
From Chapter XIV. Recapitulation and Conclusion
1371(5)
The Descent of Man
1376(5)
From Chapter XXI. General Summary and Conclusion
1376(5)
KARL MARX and FRIEDRICH ENGELS (1818-1883 and 1820-1895)
1381(9)
From Manifesto of the Communist Party (German)
1382(8)
I. Bourgeois and Proletarians
1382(1)
(English edition of 1888)
ÉMILE ZOLA (1840-1902)
1390(6)
From J'accuse (French)
1391(5)
(Translated by Eleanor Levieux)
FRIEDRICH NIETZSCHE (1844-1900)
1396(7)
The Gay Science (German)
1397(6)
From Book Three
1397(1)
From Book Five. We Fearless Ones
1398(1)
(Translated by Josefine Nauckhoff)
MONA CAIRD (1854-1931)
1403(4)
The Emancipation of the Family
1403(7)
From The End of the Patriarchal Family
1403(4)
HENRIK IBSEN (1828-1906)
1407(59)
Hedda Gabler (Norwegian)
1410(56)
(Translated by Rich Davis and Brian Johnston)
GIOVANNI VERGA (1840-1922)
1466(8)
Freedom (Italian)
1469(5)
(Translated by G.H. McWilliam)
GUY DE MAUPASSANT (1850-1893)
1474(12)
Hautot and His Son (French)
1477(9)
(Translated by Margaret Storm Jameson)
ANTON CHEKHOV (1860-1904)
1486(52)
The Lady with the Dog (Russian)
1491(12)
(Translated by Ivy Litvinov)
The Cherry Orchard (Russian)
1503(35)
(Translated by Avrahm Yarmolinsky)
CHARLES BAUDELAIRE (1821-1867)
1538(21)
The Salon of 1859 (French)
1542(1)
From III. The Queen of the Faculties
1542(1)
(Translated by P.E. Charvet)
The Flowers of Evil (French)
1543(16)
To the Reader
1543(2)
(Translated by Robert Lowell)
Correspondences
1545(1)
(Translated by Richard Wilbur)
Correspondances
1545(1)
Her Hair
1546(1)
(Translated by Doreen Bell)
A Carcass
1547(1)
(Translated by James McGowan)
Invitation to the Voyage
1548(1)
(Translated by Richard Wilbur)
Song of Autumn I
1549(1)
(Translated by C. F. MacIntyre)
Spleen LXXVIII
1550(1)
(Translated by Kenneth O. Hanson)
Spleen LXXIX
1550(1)
(Translated by Anthony Hecht)
Spleen LXXXI
1551(1)
(Translated by Sir John Squire)
The Voyage
1551(5)
(Translated by Charles Henri Ford)
Paris Spleen (French)
1556(5)
One o'clock in the Morning
1556(1)
Crowds
1556(1)
Windows
1557(1)
Anywhere out of the World
1558(1)
(Translated by Louis Varèse)
STÉPHANE MALLARMÉ (1842-1898)
1559(8)
From The Evolution of Literature (French)
1561(1)
From Crisis in Poetry (French)
1561(1)
(Translated by Bradford Cook)
Poems (French)
1562(5)
The Afternoon of a Faun
1562(3)
The Tomb of Edgar Poe
1565(1)
Saint
1566(1)
[The Virginal, Vibrant, and Beautiful Dawn]
1566(5)
(Translated by Henry Weinfield)
PAUL VERLAINE (1844-1896)
1567(5)
Autumn Song (French)
1569(1)
Moonlight (French)
1569(1)
[The White Moonglow] (French)
1570(1)
Wooden Horses (French)
1570(1)
The Art of Poetry (French)
1571(1)
(Translated by C.F. MacIntyre)
ARTHUR RIMBAUD (1854-1891)
1572(10)
From Letter of the Seer [Letter to Paul Demeny] (French)
1574(2)
(Translated by Paul Schmidt)
Poems (French)
1576(6)
The Drunken Boat
1576(3)
(Translated by Stephen Stepanchev)
A Season in Hell
1579(2)
Night of Hell
1579(2)
The Illuminations
1581(2)
The Bridges
1581(1)
Barbarian
1581(1)
(Translated by Enid Rhodes Peschel)
PERSPECTIVES ON EUROPEAN EMPIRE
1582(39)
THOMAS BABINGTON MACAULAY (1800-1859)
1583(4)
[From Minute on Indian Education, February 2, 1835]
1584(3)
GIUSEPPE GARIBALDI (1807-1882)
1587(4)
Memorandum (Italian)
1588(3)
(Translated by Anthony P. Campanella)
MACHEMBA (late nineteenth century)
1591(2)
[Letter to Major von Wissmann] (Swahili)
1592(1)
(Translated from the German by Robert Sullivan and Sarah Lawall)
CECIL RHODES (1853-1902)
1593(2)
[From Speech at Drill Hall, Cape Town, South Africa]
1594(1)
OLIVE SCHREINER (1855-1920)
1595(5)
From An English-South African's View of the Situation
1596(4)
MARY KINGSLEY (1862-1900)
1600(7)
Travels in West Africa
1602(5)
From Chapter XIII. From Esoon to Agonjo
1602(5)
SOL T. PLAATJE (1876-1932)
1607(25)
Mafeking Diary
1609(84)
From Chapter 1. October-November 1899
1609(1)
From Chapter 2. December 1899
1610(1)
From Chapter 3. January 1900
1610(3)
From Chapter 4. February 1900
1613(8)
The Twentieth Century: Modernisms and Modernity
INTRODUCTION
1621(6)
TIME LINE
1627(5)
JOSEPH CONRAD (1857-1924)
1632(60)
Heart of Darkness
1633(59)
CIVILIZATION ON TRIAL
1692(22)
SIGMUND FREUD (1856-1939)
1693(6)
From The Future of an Illusion (German)
1694(2)
From Civilization and Its Discontents (German)
1696(3)
(Translated by James Strachey)
MAX WEBER (1864-1920)
1699(2)
The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism (German)
1700(1)
From Part V. Asceticism and the Spirit of Capitalism
1700(1)
(Translated by Talcott Parsons)
PAUL VALÉRY (1871-1945)
1701(5)
The Crisis of the Mind (French)
1702(1)
From First Letter [1919]
1702(4)
(Translated by Jackson Mathews and Denise Folliot)
OSWALD SPENGLER (1880-1936)
1706(4)
The Decline of the West (German)
1706(4)
From Introduction
1706(1)
(Translated by Charles Francis Atkinson)
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA (ELEVENTH EDITION) (1911)
1710(4)
Volume VI. Châtelet to Constantine
1711(5)
From Civilization
1711(3)
CONSTANTINE CAVAFY (1863-1933)
1714(9)
Poems (Greek)
1716(7)
Waiting for the Barbarians
1716(1)
The City
1717(1)
Sculptor of Tyana
1717(1)
Ionic
1718(1)
Ithaka
1719(1)
In the Evening
1720(1)
Kaisarion
1720(1)
The Next Table
1721(1)
Craftsman of Wine Bowls
1721(1)
When the Watchman Saw the Light
1722(18)
(Translated by Edmund Keeley and Philip Sherrard)
WILLIAM BUTLER YEATS (1865-1939)
1723(13)
When You Are Old
1726(1)
Easter 1916
1726(2)
The Second Coming
1728(1)
Leda and the Swan
1729(1)
Sailing to Byzantium
1729(1)
Among School Children
1730(2)
Byzantium
1732(1)
Lapis Lazuli
1733(2)
The Circus Animals' Desertion
1735(1)
LUIGI PIRANDELLO (1867-1936)
1736(45)
Six Characters in Search of an Author (Italian)
1740(41)
(Translated by John Linstrum)
MARCEL PROUST (1871-1922)
1781(35)
Swann's Way (French)
1785(31)
Part I. Combray
1785(34)
(Translated by Lydia Davis)
THOMAS MANN (1875-1955)
1816(54)
Death in Venice (German)
1819(51)
(Translated by Clayton Koelb)
RAINER MARIA RILKE (1875-1926)
1870(7)
From New Poems (German)
1872(3)
Archaic Torso of Apollo
1872(1)
Archaischer Torso Apollos
1873(1)
The Panther
1873(1)
The Swan
1874(1)
Spanish Dancer
1874(1)
From Duino Elegies
1875(2)
The Ninth Elegy
1875(50)
(Translated by Stephen Mitchell)
WALLACE STEVENS (1879-1955)
1877(11)
Sunday Morning
1880(3)
Peter Quince at the Clavier
1883(2)
Anecdote of the Jar
1885(1)
The Emperor of Ice-Cream
1885(1)
The Idea of Order at Key West
1886(1)
The Man on the Dump
1887(1)
JAMES JOYCE (1882-1941)
1888(34)
The Dead
1893(29)
VIRGINIA WOOLF (1882-1941)
1922(42)
From A Room of One's Own
1925(31)
Chapter One
1925(12)
Chapter Two
1937(10)
Chapter Three
1947(9)
An Unwritten Novel
1956(8)
FRANZ KAFKA (1883-1924)
1964(35)
The Metamorphosis (German)
1966(33)
(Translated by J.A. Underwood)
T.S. ELIOT (1888-1965)
1999(29)
The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock
2003(3)
The Waste Land
2006(13)
The Hollow Men
2019(3)
From Four Quartets
2022(6)
Little Gidding
2022(6)
ANNA AKHMATOVA (1889-1966)
2028(10)
Requiem (Russian)
2031(7)
(Translated by Judith Hemschemeyer)
KATHERINE ANNE PORTER (1890-1980)
2038(11)
Flowering Judas
2040(9)
ALFONSINA STORNI (1892-1938)
2049(6)
[Poems] (Spanish)
2051(4)
Squares and Angles
2051(1)
(Translated by Florence Williams Talamantes)
You Want Me White
2051(1)
Little-Bitty Man
2052(1)
(Translated by Marion Freeman and Mary Crow)
Ancestral Burden
2053(1)
(Translated by Florence Williams Talamantes)
Departure
2053(5)
(Translated by Marion Freeman)
DADA-SURREALIST POETRY: A SELECTION
2055(12)
KURT SCHWITTERS (1887-1948)
2058(1)
Anna Blume (German)
2058(1)
(Translated by David Britt)
PAUL ÉLUARD (1895-1952)
2059(2)
From Capital of Pain (French)
2059(1)
Woman in Love
2059(1)
(Translated by Lloyd Alexander)
To Be Caught in One's Own Trap
2059(1)
[Nature Was Caught in the Nets of Your Life]
2060(1)
[She Is Always Unwilling to Understand]
2060(1)
[Unknown, She Was My Favorite Shape]
2060(1)
The Mirror of a Moment
2060(1)
(Translated by R.M. Weisman)
TRISTAN TZARA (1896-1963)
2061(1)
From Dada Manifesto 1918 (French)
2061(1)
Proclamation without Pretension (French)
2061(1)
(Translated by Mary Ann Caws)
ANDRÉ BRETON (1896-1966)
2062(3)
Free Union (French)
2062(2)
(Translated by Louis Simpson)
Vigilance (French)
2064(1)
(Translated by Mary Ann Caws)
AIMÉ CÉSAIRE (born 1913)
2065(1)
Do Not Have Pity
2065(1)
Sun Serpent
2065(1)
Day and Night
2066(1)
(Translated by Gregson Davis)
JOYCE MANSOUR (1928-1986)
2066(1)
From Screams (French)
2066(30)
[I Saw You through My Closed Eye]
2066(1)
[I Opened Your Head]
2066(1)
[Men's Vices]
2067(1)
[Empty Black Haunted House]
2067(1)
(Translated by Serge Gavronsky)
WILLIAM FAULKNER (1897-1962)
2067(29)
Barn Burning
2071(12)
Spotted Horses
2083(13)
FREEDOM AND RESPONSIBILITY AT MID-CENTURY
2096(16)
GEORGE ORWELL (1903-1950)
2096(6)
From The Prevention of Literature
2097(5)
JEAN-PAUL SARTRE (1905-1980)
2102(5)
Being and Nothingness: An Essay on Phenomenological Ontology (French)
2104(3)
III. Freedom and Responsibility
2104(1)
(Translated by Hazel E. Barnes)
HANNAH ARENDT (1906-1975)
2107(5)
From Organized Guilt and Universal Responsibility
2108(4)
BERTOLT BRECHT (1898-1956)
2112(57)
The Good Woman of Setzuan (German)
2116(53)
(Translated by Eric Bentley)
FEDERICO GARCIA LORCA (1898-1936)
2169(10)
Lament for Ignacio Sanchez Mejias (Spanish)
2173(5)
(Translated by Stephen Spender and J.L. Gili)
Llanto por Ignacio Sanchez Mejias
2178(1)
4. Alma Ausente
2178(1)
JORGE LUIS BORGES (1899-1986)
2179(10)
The Garden of Forking Paths (Spanish)
2182(7)
(Translated by Donald A. Yates)
Borges and I
2189(1)
(Translated by Anthony Kerrigan)
PABLO NERUDA (1904-1973)
2189(17)
Tonight I Can Write... (Spanish)
2193(1)
Walking Around (Spanish)
2194(1)
(Translated by W.S. Merwin)
I'm Explaining a Few Things (Spanish)
2195(2)
(Translated by Nathaniel Tarn)
General Song (Canto General) (Spanish)
2197(7)
From Canto II. The Heights of Macchu Picchu
2197(7)
(Translated by Jack Schmitt)
Ode to the Tomato (Spanish)
2204(2)
(Translated by Nathaniel Tarn)
SAMUEL BECKETT (1906-1989)
2206(32)
Endgame (French)
2210(28)
(Translated by the author)
RICHARD WRIGHT (1908-1960)
2238(12)
The Man Who Was Almost a Man
2241(9)
ALBERT CAMUS (1913-1960)
2250(12)
The Guest (French)
2253(9)
(Translated by Justin O'Brien)
ALEXANDER SOLZHENITSYN (born 1918)
2262(30)
Matryona's Home (Russian)
2266(26)
(Translated by H.T. Willetts)
DORIS LESSING (born 1919)
2292(12)
The Old Chief Mshlanga
2296(8)
TADEUSZ BOROWSKI (1922-1951)
2304(17)
Ladies and Gentlemen, to the Gas Chamber (Polish)
2307(14)
(Translated by Jadwiga Zwolska)
ALAIN ROBBE-GRILLET (born 1922)
2321(6)
The Secret Room (French)
2323(4)
(Translated by Bruce Morrissette)
ITALO CALVINO (1923-1985)
2327(6)
Invisible Cities (Italian)
2329(4)
Chapter 8
2329(8)
(Translated by William Weaver)
INGEBORG BACHMANN (1926-1973)
2333(15)
The Barking (German)
2337(11)
(Translated by Mary Fran Gilbert)
GABRIEL GARCIA MARQUEZ (born 1928)
2348(9)
Death Constant beyond Love (Spanish)
2352(5)
(Translated by Gregory Rabassa)
DEREK WALCOTT (born 1930)
2357(21)
Omeros
2361(17)
Book One
2361(5)
From Chapter I
2361(2)
From Chapter VIII
2363(3)
Book Three
2366(6)
Chapter XXV
2366(4)
From Chapter XXVI
2370(2)
Book Four
2372(3)
From Chapter XXXV
2372(3)
Book Six
2375(1)
From Chapter LII
2375(1)
Book Seven
2376(3)
From Chapter LXIV
2376(2)
ON BEING A CULTURAL OTHER
2378(38)
RENÉ MÉNIL (born 1907)
2379(3)
From Concerning Colonial Exoticism (French)
2380(2)
(Translated by Michael Richardson and Krzysztof Fijalkowski)
SIMONE DE BEAUVOIR (1908-1986)
2382(5)
The Second Sex: Facts and Myths (French)
2382(5)
From Myths: Dreams, Fears, Idols
2382(1)
(Translated by H.M. Parshley)
FRANTZ FANON (1925-1961)
2387(4)
The Wretched of the Earth (French)
2388(3)
From On National Culture
2388(1)
(Translated by Constance Farrington)
CHINUA ACHEBE (born 1930)
2391(3)
From Named for Victoria, Queen of England
2392(2)
AUDRE LORDE (1934-1992)
2394(6)
From Age, Race, Class, and Sex: Women Redefining Difference
2395(5)
EDWARD SAID (1935-2003)
2400(6)
Orientalism
2400(6)
From The Scope of Orientalism
2400(6)
TRINH T. MINH-HA (born 1952)
2406(3)
Woman, Native, Other: Writing Postcoloniality and Feminism
2407(2)
From Chapter 3. Difference: "A Special Third World Women Issue"
2407(2)
SALMAN RUSHDIE (born 1947)
2409(7)
From Step across This Line
2410(6)
CHINUA ACHEBE (born 1930)
2416(92)
Things Fall Apart
2420(88)
ALICE MUNRO (born 1931)
2508(12)
Walker Brothers Cowboy
2510(10)
LESLIE MARMON SILKO (born 1948)
2520(11)
Yellow Woman
2523(8)
A NOTE ON TRANSLATION 2531(6)
SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHIES 2537(20)
PERMISSIONS ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 2557(8)
INDEX 2565


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