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The Norton Anthology of World Masterpieces

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Edition:
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9780393971439

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Pub. Date:
1/1/1997
Publisher(s):
W W Norton & Co Inc

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Summary

This groundbreaking Norton Anthology offers the best of the literatures of India, China, Japan, the Middle East, Africa, and native America alongside the masterpieces of the Western tradition.

Table of Contents

PREFACE xxiii(8)
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS xxxi(4)
PHONETIC EQUIVALENTS xxxv
PART I BEGINNINGS TO A.D. 100 3(700)
The Invention of Writing and the Earliest Literatures 3(84)
MAP: THE ANCIENT MIDDLE EAST, CA. 1000 B.C. TIMELINE
8(2)
GILGAMESH (Akkadian, ca. 2500-1300 B.C.)
10(32)
N. K. Sandars
ANCIENT EGYPTIAN POETRY (Egyptian, ca. 1500-ca. 1200 B.C.)
42(6)
The Leiden Hymns
44(1)
[How splendid you ferry the skyways]
44(1)
[God is a master craftsman]
45(1)
[When Being began back in days of the genesis]
45(1)
Love Songs
45(3)
[My love is one and only, without peer]
45(1)
[Love, how I'd love to slip down to the pond]
46(1)
[Why, just now, must you question your heart?]
47(1)
[I was simply off to see Nefrus my friend]
47(1)
[I think I'll go home and lie very still]
48(1)
John L. Foster
THE BIBLE: THE OLD TESTAMENT (Hebrew, ca. 1000-300 B.C.)
48(39)
Genesis 1-3 [The Creation--The Fall]
52(4)
Genesis 4 [The First Murder]
56(1)
Genesis 6-9 [The Flood]
56(4)
Genesis 11 [The Origin of Languages]
60(1)
Genesis 37, 39-46 [The Story of Joseph]
60(11)
From Job
71(11)
Psalm 8
82(1)
Psalm 19
83(1)
Psalm 23
83(1)
Psalm 137
84(1)
Isaiah 52-53 [The Song of the Suffering Servant]
84(3)
(The King James Version)
Ancient Greece and the Formation of the Western Mind 87(440)
MAP: GREECE AND WESTERN ASIA MINOR, CA. FIFTH CENTURY B.C. TIMELINE
94(2)
HOMER (eighth century B.C.)
96(240)
The Odyssey (Greek)
100(236)
Book V [Sweet Nymph and Open Sea]
101(10)
Book VI [The Princess at the River]
111(7)
Book VII [Gardens and Firelight]
118(8)
Book VIII [The Songs of the Harper]
126(13)
Book IX [New Coasts and Poseidon's Son]
139(12)
Book X [The Grace of the Witch]
151(14)
Book XI [A Gathering of Shades]
165(16)
Book XII [Sea Perils and Defeat]
181(11)
Book XIII [One More Strange Island]
192(12)
Book XIV [Hospitality in the Forest]
204(12)
Book XV [How They Came to Ithaka]
216(14)
Book XVI [Father and Son]
230(12)
Book XVII [The Beggar at the Manor]
242(17)
Book XVIII [Blows and a Queen's Beauty]
259(11)
Book XIX [Recognitions and a Dream]
270(14)
Book XX [Signs and a Vision]
284(9)
Book XXI [The Test of the Bow]
293(10)
Book XXII [Death in the Great Hall]
303(12)
Book XXIII [The Trunk of the Olive Tree]
315(9)
Book XXIV [Warriors, Farewell]
324(12)
Robert Fitzgerald
SAPPHO OF LESBOS (born ca. 630 B.C.)
336(3)
Lyrics (Greek)
337(2)
[Throned in splendor, deathless, O Aphrodite]
337(1)
[Like the very gods in my sight is he]
338(1)
[Some there are who say that the fairest things seen]
338(1)
Richmond Lattimore
AESCHYLUS (524?-456 B.C.)
339(49)
The Oresteia (Greek)
344(44)
Agamemnon
344(44)
Robert Fagles
SOPHOCLES (ca. 496-406 B.C.)
388(45)
Oedipus the King (Greek)
392(41)
Robert Fagles
EURIPIDES (480-406 B.C.)
433(33)
Medea (Greek)
435(31)
Rex Warner
ARISTOPHANES (450?-385? B.C.)
466(33)
Lysistrata (Greek)
467(32)
PLATO (429-347 B.C.)
499(21)
The Apology of Socrates (Greek)
500(20)
Benjamin Jowett)
ARISTOTLE (384-322 B.C.)
520(7)
From Poetics (Greek)
521(6)
James Hutton
Poetry and Thought in Early China 527(40)
MAP: CHINA DURING THE "WARRING STATES" PERIOD, CA. 250 B.C. TIMELINE
532(2)
BOOK OF SONGS (Chinese, ca. 1000-600 B.C.)
534(11)
17 ("Plop fall the plums; but there are still seven")
536(1)
18 ("She threw a quince to me")
536(1)
22 ("Of fair girls the loveliest")
537(1)
24 ("I beg of you, Chung Tzu")
537(1)
25 ("The lady says: `The cock has crowed'")
538(1)
28 ("Cold blows the northern wind")
538(1)
54 ("HE: The gourd has bitter leaves")
538(1)
56 ("If along the highroad")
539(1)
57 ("By the willows of the Eastern Gate")
539(1)
63 ("In the wilds there is a dead doe")
539(1)
75 ("Tossed is that cypress boat")
540(1)
131 ("We plucked the bracken, plucked the bracken")
540(1)
157 ("They clear away the grass, the trees")
541(1)
238 ("She who in the beginning gave birth to the people")
542(2)
276 ("Big rat, big rat")
544(1)
278 ("Kio' sings the oriole")
544(1)
Arthur Waley
CONFUCIUS (551-479 B.C.)
545(10)
From Analects (Chinese)
548(7)
D. C. Lau
CHUANG CHOU (ca. 369-286 B.C.)
555(12)
Chuang Tzu (Chinese)
557(10)
Chapter 2. Discussion on Making All Things Equal
557(10)
Burton Watson
India's Heroic Age 567(60)
MAP: INDIA, 1200 B.C.-100 A.D. TIMELINE
574(2)
THE RAMAYANA OF VALMIKI (Sanskrit, ca. 550 B.C.)
576(36)
From Book 2. Rama Exiled
581(31)
Sheldon I. Pollock
THE BHAGAVAD-GITA (Sanskrit, first century B.C.)
612(15)
From The Second Teaching [Philosophy and Spiritual Discipline]
616(3)
From The Third Teaching [Discipline of Action]
619(2)
From The Sixth Teaching [The Man of Discipline]
621(2)
From The Eleventh Teaching [The Vision of Krishna's Totality]
623(4)
Barbara Stoler Miller
The Roman Empire 627(76)
MAP: THE ROMAN EMPIRE, CA. 117 TIMELINE
630(2)
CATULLUS (84?-54? B.C.)
632(4)
Lyrics (Latin)
632(4)
5 ("Come, Lesbia, let us live and love")
632(1)
87 ("No woman, if she is honest")
633(1)
107 ("When at last after long despair, our hopes ring true again")
633(1)
109 ("My life, my love, you say our love will last forever")
633(1)
83 ("Lesbia speaks evil of me")
633(1)
70 ("My woman says that she would rather wear the wedding-veil for me")
633(1)
72 ("There was a time, O Lesbia")
634(1)
85 ("I hate and love")
634(1)
8 ("Poor damned Catullus, here's no time for nonsense")
634(1)
11 ("Furius, Aurelius, bound to Catullus")
635(1)
76 ("If man can find rich consolation")
635(1)
Horace Gregory
VIRGIL (70-19 B.C.)
636(47)
The Aeneid (Latin)
639(44)
From Book I
639(9)
[Prologue]
639(1)
[Aeneas Arrives in Carthage]
640(8)
Book IV [The Passion of the Queen]
648(20)
From Book VI [Aeneas in the Underworld]
668(6)
From Book VIII [The Shield of Aeneas]
674(4)
From Book XII [The Death of Turnus]
678(5)
Robert Fitzgerald
OVID (43 B.C.-A.D. 17)
683(20)
Metamorphoses (Latin)
684(19)
From Book I
684(1)
[The Creation]
684(2)
[The Four Ages]
686(1)
[Jove's Intervention]
687(1)
[The Story of Lycaon]
688(2)
[The Flood]
690(1)
[Deucalion and Pyrrha]
691(3)
[Apollo and Daphne]
694(2)
From Book IV [Pyramus and Thisbe]
696(7)
Rolfe Humphries
PART II 100 TO 1500 703(772)
From Roman Empire to Christian Europe 703(36)
MAP: THE SPREAD OF CHRISTIANITY, 30-600 TIMELINE
706(2)
THE BIBLE: THE NEW TESTAMENT (Greek, ca. first century)
708(14)
Luke 2 [The Birth and Youth of Jesus]
709(2)
Matthew 5-7 [The Teaching of Jesus: The Sermon on the Mount]
711(4)
Luke 15 [The Teaching of Jesus: Parables]
715(1)
Matthew 26 [The Betrayal of Jesus]
716(3)
Matthew 27 [The Trial and Crucifixion of Jesus]
719(2)
Matthew 28 [The Resurrection]
721(1)
The King James Version
AUGUSTINE (354-430)
722(17)
Confessions (Latin)
723(16)
From Book I [Childhood]
723(4)
From Book II [The Pear Tree]
727(2)
From Book III [Student at Carthage]
729(2)
From Book VI [Worldly Ambitions]
731(3)
From Book VIII [Conversion]
734(5)
F. J. Sheed
India's Classical Age 739(212)
MAP: INDIA, 100-1200 TIMELINE
744(2)
KALIDASA (fourth century)
746(205)
Sakuntala and the Ring of Recollection (Sanskrit)
750(201)
Barbara Stoler Miller
The Formation of a Western Literature 951(324)
MAP: EUROPE, CA. 1360 TIMELINE
954(2)
From THE SONG OF ROLAND (French, twelfth century)
956(40)
Frederick Goldin
MARIE DE FRANCE (twelfth century)
996(14)
Eliduc (French)
998(12)
John Fowles
DANTE ALIGHIERI (1265-1321)
1010(132)
The Divine Comedy (Italian)
1017(1)
Inferno
1017(125)
John Ciardi
GIOVANNI BOCCACCIO (1313-1375)
1142(23)
The Decameron (Italian)
1144(21)
The First Day
1144(12)
The Second Tale of the Fourth Day
1156(6)
The Ninth Tale of the Fifth Day
1162(3)
Mark Musa
Peter E. Bondanella
GEOFFREY CHAUCER (1340?-1400)
1165(52)
The Canterbury Tales (Middle English)
1171(46)
General Prologue
1171(18)
The Miller's Prologue and Tale
1189(15)
The Prologue
1189(1)
The Tale
1190(14)
The Pardoner's Prologue and Tale
1204(13)
The Prologue
1204(3)
The Tale
1207(10)
Theodore Morrison
SIR GAWAIN AND THE GREEN KNIGHT (Middle English, fourteenth century)
1217(58)
Marie Borroff
The Golden Age of Japanese Culture 1275(136)
MAP: JAPAN, SEVENTH-SIXTEENTH CENTURIES TIMELINE
1278(2)
THE MAN'YOSHU (Japanese, eighth century)
1280(12)
29-31. Poem written by Kakinomoto Hitomaro when he passed the ruined capital at Omi
1284(1)
135-137. Poem written by Kakinomoto Hitomaro when he parted from his wife in the land of Iwami and came up to the capital
1285(1)
220-222. Poem written by Kakinomoto Hitomaro upon seeing a dead man lying among the rocks on the island of Samine in Sanuki
1286(2)
338-350. Thirteen poems in praise of wine by Lord Otomo Tabito, the Commander of the Dazaifu
1288(1)
804-805. Poem sorrowing on the impermanence of life in this world
1289(1)
892-893. Dialog of the Destitute
1290(2)
Jan Hideo Levy
MURASAKI SHIKIBU (ca. 973-1016)
1292(101)
The Tale of Genji (Japanese)
1301(92)
Chapter 2. The Broom Tree
1301(23)
Chapter 4. Evening Faces
1324(20)
Chapter 12. Suma
1344(20)
Chapter 13. Akashi
1364(19)
Chapter 25. Fireflies
1383(10)
Edward G. Seidensticker
NO DRAMA 1393(18)
KANZE KOJIRO NOBUMITSU (1435-1516)
1400(11)
Dojoji (Japanese)
1400(11)
Donald Keene
Medieval India: The Age of the Devotional Lyric 1411(20)
MAP: INDIA, 1200-1650 TIMELINE
1416(2)
POEMS OF THE VIRASAIVA SAINTS (KANNADA) 1418(3)
MAHADEVIYAKKA (twelfth century)
1419(2)
17 ("Like a silkworm weaving")
1419(1)
114 ("Husband inside, /lover outside")
1419(1)
119 ("What's to come tomorrow")
1419(1)
124 ("You can confiscate / money in hand")
1420(1)
283 ("I love the Handsome One")
1420(1)
294 ("O brothers, why do you talk")
1420(1)
336 ("Look at / love's marvellous / ways")
1421(1)
A. K. Ramanujan
THE BENGALI VAISNAVA SAINTS' SONGS OF DEVOTION TO KRISHNA (BENGALI) 1421(10)
GOVINDADASA (fifteenth century)
1423(2)
[O Madhava, how shall I tell you of my terror?]
1423(1)
[When they had made love]
1424(1)
[Let the earth of my body be mixed with the earth]
1424(1)
Edward C. Dimock
Denise Levertov
MIRABAI (sixteenth century; Brajbhasa, Gujerati)
1425(6)
37 ("I'm colored with the color of dusk, oh rana")
1426(1)
42 ("Life without Hari is no life, friend")
1427(1)
82 ("I saw the dark clouds burst")
1427(1)
84 ("Hey love bird, crying cuckoo")
1427(1)
153 ("Go to where my loved one lives")
1428(1)
166 ("Murali sounds on the banks of the Jumna")
1428(1)
193 ("Let us go to a realm beyond going")
1429(2)
John Stratton Hawley
Mark Juergensmeyer
Africa: The Mali Epic of Son-Jara 1431(44)
MAP: WESTERN AFRICA, 1200-1400 TIMELINE
1436(1)
From THE EPIC OF SON-JARA (Maninka, late thirteenth-early fourteenth century)
1437(38)
Fa-Digi Sisoko
John William Johnson
PART III 1500 TO 1650 1475(288)
The Renaissance in Europe 1475(254)
MAP: WESTERN EUROPE, CA. 1560 TIMELINE
1482(2)
FRANCIS PETRARCH (1304-1374)
1484(4)
Sonnets (Italian)
1486(2)
3 ("It was the morning of that blessed day")
1486(1)
61 ("Blest be the day, and blest the month and year")
1486(1)
Joseph Auslander
90 ("She used to let her golden hair fly free")
1487(1)
Morris Bishop
292 ("The eyes that drew from me such fervent praise")
1487(1)
Edwin Morgan
333 ("Go, grieving rimes of mine, to that hard stone")
1487(1)
Morris Bishop
NICCOLO MACHIAVELLI (1469-1527)
1488(14)
The Prince (Italian)
1491(11)
[Princely Virtues]
1491(6)
["Fortune Is a Woman"]
1497(2)
[The Roman Dream]
1499(3)
Allan H. Gilbert
MICHEL DE MONTAIGNE (1533-1592)
1502(21)
Essays (French)
1506(17)
To the Reader
1506(1)
Of Cannibals
1506(10)
Of the Inconsistency of Our Actions
1516(5)
Of Repentance
1521(2)
Donald Frame
MIGUEL DE CERVANTES (1547-1616)
1523(106)
Don Quixote (Spanish)
1527(102)
Part I
1527(51)
["I Know Who I Am, and Who I May Be, If I Choose"]
1527(21)
[Fighting the Windmills and a Choleric Biscayan]
1548(16)
["To Right Wrongs and Come to the Aid of the Wretched"]
1564(8)
["Set Free at Once That Lovely Lady"]
1572(6)
Part II
1578(51)
["Put into a Book"]
1578(6)
[A Victorious Duel]
1584(26)
["For I Well Known the Meaning of Valor"]
1610(7)
[Last Duel]
1617(4)
[Homecoming and Death]
1621(8)
Samuel Putnam
WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE (1564-1616)
1629(100)
Hamlet, Prince of Denmark
1633(96)
Native America and Europe in the New World 1729(34)
MAP: THE AMERICAS, 1500-1600 TIMELINE
1734(2)
FLORENTINE CODEX (Nahuatl and Spanish, 1547-1579)
1736(3)
[The Midwife Addresess the Woman Who Has Died in Childbirth]
1737(2)
John Bierhorst
[The Midwife Addresses the Newly Delivered Woman]
1739(1)
Thelma Sullivan
CANTARES MEXICANOS (Nahuatl, 1550-1581)
1739(3)
Song IV. Mexican Otomi Song
1741(1)
Song XII. Song for Admonishing Those Who Seek No Honor in War
1742(1)
John Bierhorst
POPUL VUH (Quiche Mayan, 1554-1558)
1742(21)
From Part 1 [Prologue, Creation]
1746(2)
From Part 2 [The Twins Defeat Seven Macaw]
1748(2)
From Part 3 [Victory over the Underworld]
1750(5)
From Part 4 [Origin of Humanity, First Dawn]
1755(4)
From Part 5 [Prayer for Future Generations]
1759(4)
Dennis Tedlock
PART IV 1650 TO 1800 1763(374)
Vernacular Literature in China 1763(126)
MAP: CHINA, CA. 1645 TIMELINE
1766(2)
CAO XUEQIN (Ts`ao Hsueh-ch`in) (1715-1763)
1768(121)
The Story of the Stone (Chinese)
1770(1)
Volume 1
1770(21)
Chapter 1
1770(6)
Summary. Chapters 1 to 25
1776(1)
Chapter 26
1777(14)
Volume 2
1791(98)
Chapter 27
1791(12)
Chapter 28
1803(18)
Chapter 29
1821(17)
Chapter 30
1838(10)
Chapter 31
1848(12)
Chapter 32
1860(9)
Chapter 33
1869(9)
Chapter 34
1878(11)
The Enlightenment in Europe 1889(214)
MAP: EUROPE, CA. 1740 TIMELINE
1896(2)
JEAN-BAPTISTE POQUELIN MOLIERE (1622-1673)
1898(58)
Tartuffe (French)
1900(56)
Richard Wilbur
JEAN RACINE (1639-1699)
1956(42)
Phaedra (French)
1956(39)
Richard Wilbur
SOR JUANA INES DE LA CRUZ (1648-1695)
1998(29)
Reply to Sor Filotea de la Cruz (Spanish)
2000(27)
Margaret Sayers Peden
JONATHAN SWIFT (1667-1745)
2027(7)
A Modest Proposal
2028(6)
Herbert Davis
FRANCOIS-MARIE AROUET DE VOLTAIRE (1694-1778)
2034(69)
Candide, or Optimism (French)
2037(66)
Robert M. Adams
The Rise of Popular in Premodern Japan 2103(34)
MAP: JAPAN, SEVENTEENTH-NINETEENTH CENTURIES TIMELINE
2106(2)
MATSUO BASHO (1644-1694)
2108(29)
The Narrow Road of the Interior (Japanese)
2112(25)
Helen Craig McCullough
Steven D. Carter
PART V 1800 TO 1900 2137(442)
Revolution and Romanticism in Europe and America 2137(188)
MAP: EUROPE AND EASTERN AMERICA, CA. 1866 TIMELINE
2146(2)
JEAN-JACQUES ROUSSEAU (1712-1778)
2148(11)
From Confessions, Part I (French)
2150(9)
JOHANN WOLFGANG VON GOETHE (1749-1832)
2159(105)
Faust (German)
2162(102)
Prologue in Heaven
2162(2)
The First Part of the Tragedy
2164(100)
Walter Kaufman
WILLIAM BLAKE (1757-1827)
2264(9)
Songs of Innocence
2266(3)
Introduction
2266(1)
The Lamb
2267(1)
The Little Black Boy
2267(1)
Holy Thursday
2268(1)
The Chimney Sweeper
2268(1)
Songs of Experience
2269(3)
Introduction
2269(1)
Earth's Answer
2269(1)
The Tyger
2270(1)
The Sick Rose
2271(1)
London
2271(1)
The Chimney Sweeper
2271(1)
Mock on, Mock on, Voltaire, Rousseau
2272(1)
And Did Those Feet
2272(1)
WILLIAM WORDSWORTH (1770-1850)
2273(11)
Lines Composed a Few Miles Above Tintern Abbey
2275(4)
Ode on Intimations of Immortality
2279(4)
Composed upon Westiminster Bridge, September 3, 1802
2283(1)
The World Is Too Much with Us
2284(1)
ALEXANDER SERGEYEVICH PUSHKIN (1799-1837)
2284(21)
The Queen of Spades (Russian)
2286(19)
Gillon R. Aitken
WALT WHITMAN (1819-1892)
2305(8)
From Song of Myself
2308(5)
EMILY DICKINSON (1830-1886)
2313(12)
216 ("Safe in their Alabaster Chambers--")
2315(1)
258 ("There's a certain Slant of light")
2315(1)
303 ("The Soul selects her own Society--")
2315(1)
328 ("A Bird came down the Walk--")
2316(1)
341 ("After great pain, a formal feeling comes--")
2316(1)
435 ("Much Madness is divinest Sense--")
2317(1)
449 ("I died for Beauty--but was scarce")
2317(1)
465 ("I heard a Fly buzz--when I died--")
2317(1)
519 ("'Twas warm--at first--like Us--")
2318(1)
585 ("I like to see it lap the Miles--")
2318(1)
632 ("The Brain--is wider than the Sky--")
2318(1)
657 ("I dwell in Possibility--")
2319(1)
712 ("Because I could not stop for Death--"
2319(1)
754 ("My Life had stood--a Loaded Gun--")
2320(1)
1084 ("At Half past Three, a single Bird")
2320(1)
1129 ("Tell all the Truth but tell it slant--")
2321(1)
1207 ("He preached upon `Breadth' till it argued him narrow--")
2321(1)
1564 ("Pass to thy Rendezvous of Light")
2321(1)
1593 ("There came a Wind like a Bugle--")
2321(4)
Realism, Symbolism, and European Realities 2325(254)
MAP: EUROPE, CA. 1870 TIMELINE
2336(2)
GUSTAVE FLAUBERT (1821-1880)
2338(25)
A Simple Heart (French)
2341(22)
Arthur MacDowall
FYODOR DOSTOEVSKY (1821-1881)
2363(57)
From Notes from Underground (Russian)
2369(51)
Michael Katz
CHARLES BAUDELAIRE (1821-1867)
2420(12)
The Flowers of Evil (French)
2425(6)
To the Reader
2425(1)
Robert Lowell
Correspondences
2426(1)
Richard Wilbur
Correspondances
2426(1)
Her Hair
2426(1)
Doreen Bell
A Carcass
2427(1)
James McGowan
Invitation to the Voyage
2428(1)
Richard Wilbur
Song of Autumn I
2429(1)
C. F. MacIntyre
Spleen LXXVIII
2430(1)
Kenneth O. Hanson
Spleen LXXIX
2430(1)
Anthony Hecht
Paris Spleen (French)
2431(1)
Anywhere out of the World
2431(1)
Louise Varese
LEO TOLSTOY (1828-1910)
2432(44)
The Death of Ivan Ilyich (Russian)
2436(40)
Louise Maude
Aylmer Maude
HENRIK IBSEN (1828-1906)
2476(61)
Hedda Gabler (Norwegian)
2480(57)
Michael Meyer
ANTON CHEKHOV (1860-1904)
2537(42)
The Cherry Orchard (Russian)
2541(38)
Avraham Yarmolinsky
PART VI The Twentieth Century: Self and Other in Global Context 2579(452)
MAPS: THE WORLD, CA. 1913 THE WORLD TODAY, A WESTERN VIEW THE WORLD TODAY, AN EASTERN VIEW TIMELINE
2608(6)
THE NIGHT CHANT (Navajo, ca. 1897-1902)
2614(4)
Prayer to Thunder
2615(2)
Finishing Song
2617(1)
Washington Matthews
RABINDRANATH TAGORE (1861-1941)
2618(9)
Punishment (Bengali)
2621(6)
William Radice
LUIGI PIRANDELLO (1867-1936)
2627(47)
Six Characters in Search of an Author (Italian)
2632(42)
John Linstrum
MARCEL PROUST (1871-1922)
2674(40)
Remembrance of Things Past (French)
2679(35)
Swann's Way. Overture
2679(35)
C. K. Scott Moncrieff
Terence Kilmartin
RAINER MARIA RILKE (1875-1926)
2714(9)
From New Poems (German)
2717(2)
Archaic Torso of Apollo
2717(1)
Archaischer Torso Apollos
2718(1)
The Panther
2718(1)
The Swan
2719(1)
Spanish Dancer
2719(1)
Duino Elegies (German)
2719(4)
The First Elegy
2719(3)
The Ninth Elegy
2722(1)
Stephen Mitchell
LU XUN (Lu Hsun) (1881-1936)
2723(12)
Diary of a Madman (Chinese)
2726(9)
William A. Lyell
VIRGINIA WOOLF (1882-1941)
2735(11)
An Unwritten Novel
2738(8)
FRANZ KAFKA (1883-1924)
2746(38)
The Metamorphosis (German)
2749(35)
Stanley Corngold
T. S. ELIOT (1888-1965)
2784(18)
The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock
2787(3)
The Waste Land
2790(12)
ANNA AKHMATOVA (1889-1966)
2802(11)
Requiem (Russian)
2806(7)
Judith Hemschemeyer
BERTOLT BRECHT (1898-1956)
2813(58)
Mother Courage and Her Children
2817(54)
Ralph Manheim
JORGE LUIS BORGES (1899-1986)
2871(10)
The Garden of Forking Paths (Spanish)
2874(7)
Donald A. Yates
NAGUIB MAHFOUZ (born 1911)
2881(12)
Zaabalawi (Arabic)
2885(8)
Denys Johnson-Davies
KOJIMA NOBUO (born 1915)
2893(26)
The American School (Japanese)
2896(23)
William F. Sibley
NADINE GORDIMER (born 1923)
2919(12)
Oral History
2923(8)
CHINUA ACHEBE (born 1930)
2931(100)
Things Fall Apart
2936(95)
A NOTE ON TRANSLATION 3031(12)
PERMISSIONS ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 3043(4)
INDEX 3047


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