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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 1998-01-01
  • Publisher: Great Source Education Group Inc

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Table of Contents

Introduction Angles of Literacy 9(12)
Interactions With the Text
``Early in the Morning'' (Poetry)
Li-Young Lee
``The Gift'' (Poetry)
Li-Young Lee
Story Connections
Shifting Perspectives
``Eating Together'' (Poetry)
Li-Young Lee
Language and Craft
``Mnemonic'' (Poetry)
Li-Young Lee
Focus on the Writer
from The Winged Seed (Autobiography)
Li-Young Lee
Story Connections Connecting With Stories 21(14)
You, as Reader
``Sunday in the Park'' (Short Story)
Bel Kaufman
Reading Experiences
What's Next?
``We Bad'' (Short Story)
Salazar Arrue
Other Worlds
``Why Tortoise's Shell Is Not Smooth'' (Short Story)
Chinua Achebe
Beginnings, Beginnings
from ``Gambling: Remembrances and Assertions'' (Nonfiction)
Stephen Dunn
from ``The War Between Men and Women'' (Short Story)
Michael Ondaatje
from ``The Circus'' (Short Story)
Tibor Dery
The Stories We Tell 35(16)
When the Subject is ``I''
from Paula (Nonfiction)
Isabel Allende
Story Descriptions
Events in Stories
from Annie John (Novel)
Jamaica Kincaid
Story and Its Messages
``I Get Born'' from Dust Tracks on the Road (Autobiography)
Zora Neale Hurston
On With the Story
from Long, Quiet Highway (Nonfiction)
Natalie Goldberg
Shifting Perspectives Framing and Focusing 51(14)
``The Last Wolf'' (Poetry)
Mary TallMountain
Noticing Details
from Brave Men (Nonfiction)
Ernie Pyle
Framing the Scene
Listening to the Text
from Woodsong (Autobiography)
Gary Paulsen
Making Mental Movies
``A Poem for `Magic''' (Poetry)
Quincy Troupe
Perspectives on a Subject: Baseball 65(14)
Finding a Topic
from Raising Demons (Nonfiction)
Shirley Jackson
Taking an Original Approach
from An American Childhood (Autobiography)
Annie Dillard
Developing a Topic Through a Portrait
``Hall of Famer Still on Cloud 9'' (Nonfiction)
Sam Lacy
Developing a Topic Through Memories
``Memoir'' (Nonfiction)
Ann Hood
Exploring the Significance of a Subject
from ``Celebration'' (Nonfiction)
Roger Angell
Language and Craft The Universe of Language 79(12)
Discovering a Universe of Language
``Thumbprint'' (Poetry)
Eve Merriam
Mapping Your Universe
Working with Words
A Universe in a Story
``The Flowers'' (Short Story)
Alice Walker
The Heart of the Matter
``The Universe'' (Poetry)
May Swenson
The Power of Language 91(12)
Making an Abstraction Concrete
Reading and Making Metaphors
``Metaphors'' (Poetry)
Sylvia Plath
``Camouflage'' (Poetry)
Linda Pastan
Five-Finger Exercises
The Power of the Word
from Thirty Days to a More Powerful Vocabulary (Nonfiction)
Wilfred Funk
Norman Lewis
``Magic Words'' (Poetry)
To Make Life a Marvel
``Between What I See and What I Say...'' (Poetry)
Octavio Paz
Focus on the Writer Ursula K. Le Guin 103(14)
The Believing Game
from the Eye of the Heron (Novel)
A Story in Ten Words
from ``The Kerastion'' (Short Story)
Truth in Fantasy
from ``Darkness Box'' (Short Story)
A Tissue of Lies
Dancing at the Edge of the World
from ``World-Making'' (Nonfiction)
Angles of Literacy Essentials of Reading 117(12)
Thinking With the Writer
``A Fable for Tomorrow'' from A Silent Spring (Nonfiction)
Rachel Carson
Discovering the Main Idea
``Poisoned Water'' from A Silent Spring (Nonfiction)
Rachel Carson
Reading Between the Lines
from Snow Falling on Cedars (Novel)
David Guterson
Doubling Back
Author's Purpose
``Sonnet'' (Poetry)
Sylvia Plath
letter to her mother (Letter)
Sylvia Plath
Story Connections Story Landscapes 129(12)
Physical Landscapes in Story
from ``There Will Come Soft Rains'' (Short Story)
Ray Bradbury
from ``Tuesday Siesta'' (Short Story)
Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Emotional Landscapes in Story
``The Monkey Garden'' from The House on Mango Street (Novel)
Sandra Cisneros
Changing Landscapes
Exploring Your Own Landscapes
Writing Your Landscapes
from ``The Magic Poker'' (Short Story)
Robert Coover
Characters in Stories 141(16)
Distinguishing Characteristics
from Cat's Eye (Novel)
Margaret Atwood
Character Motivation
Character Development
from Cat's Eye (Novel)
Margaret Atwood
Point of View
Dialogue Reveals Character
from This Boy's Life (Autobiography)
Tobias Wolff
Shifting Perspectives Shifting Forms: Nonfiction and Poetry 157(12)
Reading Nonfiction
from ``Many Smokers Who Can't Quit Are Mentally Ill'' (Nonfiction)
Jane E. Brody
Creating an Impression
from Always Running (Autobiography)
Luis J. Rodriguez
Shifting Emphasis
from Always Running (Autobiography)
Luis J. Rodriguez
Shifting Genres
```Race' Politics'' (Poetry)
Luis J. Rodriguez
Comparing Genres
Interpretations: A New Look at Poems 169(10)
Getting a Sense of a Poem
``if everything happens that can't be done'' (Poetry)
E. E. Cummings
Making Sense
Juxtaposing Texts
``When I Heard the Learn'd Astronomer'' (Poetry)
Walt Whitman
``Have You Ever Hurt About Baskets?'' (Poetry)
Marylita Altaha
Using Venn Diagrams
Selecting Strategies
``R-P-O-P-H-E-S-S-A-G-R'' (Poetry)
E. E. Cummings
``The Negro Speaks of Rivers'' (Poetry)
Langston Hughes
Language and Craft The Use of Questions 179(14)
Questions and Answers
``Twenty Questions'' (Poetry)
Donald Justice
Simple Questions, Complex Answers
Poems VII, XVI, XXIV from The Book of Questions (Poetry)
Pablo Neruda
Questions and Antecedents
Poems XXII, XLIV from The Book of Questions (Poetry)
Pablo Neruda
Questions and Similes
``Some Questions You Might Ask'' (Poetry)
Mary Oliver
Questions and Paradoxes
``What Is It?'' (Poetry)
Mary Oliver
Writing From Models 193(12)
Spinoff Modeling
``The Unloved'' (Poetry)
Kathleen Raine
Description Through Detail
``Where I'm From'' (Poetry)
George Ella Lyon
``My Father After Work'' (Poetry)
Gary Gildner
Extended Metaphor
``Marshall'' (Poetry)
George Macbeth
Word-for-Word Modeling
``Acquainted with the Night'' (Poetry)
Robert Frost
Focus on the Writer Rudolfo Anaya 205(14)
Finding a Voice
from ``An American Chicano in King Arthur's Court'' (Nonfiction)
The Importance of the Past
from ``A Celebration of Grandfathers'' (Nonfiction)
The Importance of Values
from ``A Celebration of Grandfathers'' (Nonfiction)
The Art of Storytelling
from Bless Me, Ultima (Novel)
Finding a Style
Acknowledgments 219(2)
Glossary 221(3)
Index 224

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