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The Norton Anthology of World Literature VOL E

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  • Edition: 2nd
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  • Copyright: 2003-07-29
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Leading the field once again, Norton is proud to publish the anthology for the new century, The Norton Anthology of World Literature , Second Edition. Now published in six paperback volumes (packaged in two attractive slipcases), the new anthology boasts slimmer volumes, thicker paper, a bolder typeface, and dozens of newly included or newly translated works from around the world. The Norton Anthology of World Literature represents continuity as well as change. Like its predecessor, the anthology is a compact library of world literature, offering an astounding forty-three complete longer works, more than fifty prose works, over one hundred lyric poems, and twenty-three plays. More portable, more suitable for period courses, more pleasant to read, and more attuned to current teaching and research trends, The Norton Anthology of World Literature remains the most authoritative, comprehensive, and teachable anthology for the world literature survey.

Table of Contents

Preface xiii
Acknowledgments xix
Phonetic Equivalents xxi
Map: Europe and Eastern America, CA. 1866
650(1)
Revolution and Romanticism in Europe and America
651(183)
Time Line
660(2)
Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712--1778)
662(16)
Confessions (French)
664(14)
From Part I
664(14)
Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe (1749--1832)
678(102)
Faust (German)
681(99)
Prologue in Heaven
681(2)
The First Part of the Tragedy
683(97)
Walter Kaufmann
William Blake (1757--1827)
780(9)
From Songs of Innocence (English)
782(3)
Introduction
782(1)
The Lamb
783(1)
The Little Black Boy
783(1)
Holy Thursday
784(1)
The Chimney Sweeper
785(1)
From Songs of Experience (English)
785(3)
Introduction
785(1)
Earth's Answer
786(1)
The Tyger
786(1)
The Sick Rose
787(1)
London
787(1)
The Chimney Sweeper
788(1)
Mock On, Mock On, Voltaire, Rousseau
788(1)
And Did Those Feet
789(1)
William Wordsworth (1770--1850)
789(12)
[Poems] (English)
792(9)
Lines Composed a Few Miles Above Tintern Abbey
792(3)
Ode on Intimations of Immortality
795(5)
Composed upon Westminster Bridge, September 3, 1802
800(1)
The World Is Too Much with Us
800(1)
Dorothy Wordsworth (1771--1855)
801(10)
From The Grasmere Journals (English)
803(8)
Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1772--1834)
811(8)
[Poems] (English)
813(6)
Kubla Khan
813(2)
Dejection: An Ode
815(4)
Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792--1822)
819(6)
[Poems] (English)
820(3)
Stanzas Written in Dejection---December 1818, Near Naples
820(1)
England in 1819
821(1)
Ode to the West Wind
821(2)
A Defence of Poetry
823(2)
[Conclusion]
823(2)
John Keats (1795--1821)
825(9)
[Poems] (English)
827(7)
On First Looking into Chapman's Homer
827(1)
Bright Star
827(1)
La Belle Dame sans Merci
828(1)
Ode on a Grecian Urn
829(2)
Ode to a Nightingale
831(2)
Ode on Melancholy
833(1)
To Autumn
834(1)
CONTINENTAL ROMANTIC LYRICS: A SELECTION
834(227)
Friedrich Holderlin (1770--1843)
836(2)
The Half of Life (German)
836(1)
Hyperion's Song of Fate (German)
837(1)
Brevity (German)
837(1)
To the Fates (German)
837(1)
Christopher Middleton
Novalis (Friedrich Von Hardenberg) (1772--1801)
838(2)
Yearning for Death (German)
838(2)
Charles E. Passage
Anna Petrovna Bunina (1774--1829)
840(2)
From the Seashore (Russian)
840(2)
Pamela Perkins
Alphonse De Lamartine (1790--1869)
842(2)
The Lake (French)
842(2)
Andrea Moorhead
Heinrich Heine (1797--1856)
844(2)
[A pine is standing lonely] (German)
844(1)
[A young man loves a maiden] (German)
845(1)
[Ah, death is like the long cool night] (German)
845(1)
The Silesian Weavers (German)
845(1)
Hal Draper
Giacomo Leopardi (1798--1837)
846(4)
The Infinite (Italian)
847(1)
To Himself (Italian)
847(1)
To Sylvia (Italian)
847(2)
The Village Saturday (Italian)
849(1)
Ottavio M. Casale
Victor Hugo (1802--1885)
850(6)
Et nox facta est (French)
850(6)
Mary Ann Caws
Gustavo Adolfo Becquer (1836--1870)
856(3)
[I know a strange, gigantic hymn] (Spanish)
856(1)
[Nameless spirit] (Spanish)
857(2)
Bruce Phenix
Rosalia De Castro (1837--1885)
859(4)
[As I composed this little book] (Spanish)
859(1)
[Mild was the air] (Spanish)
859(1)
[A glowworm scatters flashes through the moss] (Spanish)
860(1)
[The feet of Spring are on the stair] (Spanish)
861(1)
[Candescent lies the air] (Spanish)
862(1)
[The ailing woman felt her forces ebb] (Spanish)
862(1)
S. Griswold Morley
Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin (1799--1837)
863(20)
The Queen of Spades (Russian)
865(18)
Gillon R. Aitken
Alfred, Lord Tennyson (1809--1892)
883(25)
[Poems] (English)
885(23)
Ulysses
885(2)
Tithonus
887(1)
From In Memoriam A. H. H.
888(20)
Robert Browning (1812--1889)
908(12)
[Poems] (English)
910(10)
My Last Duchess
910(1)
The Bishop Orders His Tomb at Saint Praxed's Church
911(3)
``Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came''
914(6)
Frederick Douglass (1818?--1895)
920(60)
Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, An American Slave (English)
923(57)
Walt Whitman (1819--1892)
980(12)
[Poems] (English)
982(10)
From Song of Myself
982(5)
Out of the Cradle Endlessly Rocking
987(5)
Herman Melville (1819--1891)
992(57)
Billy Budd, Sailor (English)
994(55)
Emily Dickinson (1830--1886)
1049(11)
[Poems] (English)
1051(9)
216 [Safe in their Alabaster Chambers---]
1051(1)
258 [There's a certain Slant of light]
1051(1)
303 [The Soul selects her own Society---]
1052(1)
328 [A Bird came down the Walk---]
1052(1)
341 [After great pain, a formal feeling comes---]
1053(1)
435 [Much Madness is divinest Sense---]
1053(1)
449 [I died for Beauty---but was scarce]
1053(1)
465 [I heard a Fly buzz---when I died---]
1054(1)
519 ['Twas warm---at first---like Us---]
1054(1)
585 [I like to see it lap the Miles---]
1055(1)
632 [The Brain---is wider than the Sky---]
1055(1)
657 [I dwell in Possibility---]
1055(1)
712 [Because I could not stop for Death---]
1056(1)
754 [My Life had stood---a Loaded Gun---]
1056(1)
1084 [At Half past Three, a single Bird]
1057(1)
1129 [Tell all the Truth but tell it slant---]
1057(1)
1207 [He preached upon ``Breadth'' till it argued him narrow---]
1058(1)
1564 [Pass to thy Rendezvous of Light]
1058(1)
1593 [There came a Wind like a Bugle---]
1058(2)
Map: India, CA. 1857
1060(1)
Urdu Lyric Poetry in North India
1061(10)
Time Line
1063(1)
Ghalib (1797--1869)
1064(6)
[Ghazals] (Urdu)
1066(4)
[Waterbead ecstasy; dying in a stream]
1066(1)
Thomas Fitzsimmons
[Here in the splendid court the great verses flow]
1066(1)
William Stafford
[Why didn't I shrink in the blaze of that face?]
1066(1)
[I'm neither the loosening of song nor the close-drawn tent of music]
1067(1)
Adrienne Rich
[No more those meetings, partings, tears!]
1067(1)
William Stafford
[Wings are like dust, weightless; the wind may steal them]
1067(1)
W. S. Merwin
[With every step I took, my goal seemed farther away]
1068(1)
Mark Strand
[Dew on a flower---tears, or something]
1068(2)
William Stafford
Map: Europe, CA. 1870
1070(1)
Realism, Naturalism, and Symbolism in Europe
1071
Time Line
1082(2)
Gustave Flaubert (1821--1880)
1084(217)
Madame Bovary (French)
1088(213)
Francis Steegmuller
Fyodor Dostoevsky (1821--1881)
1301(79)
Notes from Underground (Russian)
1307(73)
Michael Katz
Charles Baudelaire (1821--1867)
1380(18)
From the Flowers of Evil (French)
1384(11)
To the Reader
1384(1)
Robert Lowell
Correspondences
1385(1)
Richard Wilbur
Correspondances (original French)
1385(1)
Her Hair
1386(1)
Doreen Bell
A Carcass
1386(2)
James McGowan
Invitation to the Voyage
1388(1)
Richard Wilbur
Song of Autumn I
1389(1)
C. F. MacIntyre
Spleen LXXVIII
1389(1)
Kenneth O. Hanson
Spleen LXXIX
1390(1)
Anthony Hecht
Spleen LXXXI
1390(1)
Sir John Squire
The Voyage
1391(4)
Charles Henri Ford
From Paris Spleen (French)
1395(3)
One o'Clock in the Morning
1395(1)
Crowds
1396(1)
Windows
1397(1)
Anywhere out of the World
1397(1)
Louis Varese
Stephane Mallarme (1842--1898)
1398(7)
[Poems] (French)
1400(5)
The Afternoon of a Faun
1400(3)
The Tomb of Edgar Poe
1403(1)
Saint
1404(1)
[The virginal, vibrant, and beautiful dawn]
1404(1)
Henry Weinfield
Paul Verlaine (1844--1896)
1405(6)
[Poems] (French)
1407(4)
Autumn Song
1407(1)
Moonlight
1408(1)
[The white moonglow]
1408(1)
Wooden Horses
1409(1)
The Art of Poetry
1409(2)
C. F. MacIntyre
Arthur Rimbaud (1854--1891)
1411(7)
[Poems] (French)
1413(4)
The Drunken Boat
1413(3)
Stephen Stepanchev
From a Season in Hell
1416(1)
Night of Hell
1416(1)
From The Illuminations (French)
1417(1)
The Bridges
1417(1)
Barbarian
1418(1)
Enid Rhodes Peschel
Leo Tolstoy (1828--1910)
1418(42)
The Death of Ivan Ilyich (Russian)
1422(38)
Louise Maude
Aylmer Maude
Henrik Ibsen (1828--1906)
1460(59)
Hedda Gabler (Norwegian)
1464(55)
Michael Meyer
Anton Chekhov (1860--1904)
1519
The Lady with the Dog (Russian)
1524(12)
Ivy Litvinov
The Cherry Orchard (Russian)
1536
Avrahm Yarmolinsky
A Note on Translation 1(12)
Permissions Acknowledgments 13(2)
Index 15

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