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Embark on the literary journey of a lifetime—with PORTABLE LEGACIES: FICTION, POETRY, DRAMA, NONFICTION! This four-genre literature anthology challenges you to think, read, and write critically. From Lao-tzu and Sophocles to Sandra Cisneros, Charles Simic, and Suzan Lori-Parks, you’ll discover the best of the traditional, multicultural, and world literature canons, as well as exciting new contemporary works that encourage you to question, observe, probe, and critique what you are reading. In addition, you’ll find an array of assignments designed to develop your writing abilities, from journal entries and critical analysis essays to literary arguments and research papers.
Table of Contents
|Acts of Interpretation|
|Critical Thinking and Critical Analysis of Literature|
|The Reading Process|
|The Writing Process: Writing the Essay about Literature|
|Forms of Arguments about Literature|
|Identity and Rites of Passage|
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