Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Part I: ACTS OF INTERPRETATION. 1. Critical Thinking and Critical Analysis of Literature. 2. The Reading Process. 3. The Writing Process: Writing the Essay about Literature. 4. Forms of Arguments about Literature. Part II: THEMATIC ANTHOLOGY. 5. Identity and Rites of Passage. Crossing the Genres/Identity and the Body. Joyce Carol Oates, Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been? (Fiction). Heinz Insu Fenkl, My Fathers Hand . . . from Memories of my Ghost Brother (Fiction/Memoir). Marie Howe, The Attic (Poetry). Rita Dove, Adolescence I, II, III (Poetry). Alissa Quart, Body Branding: Cosmetic Surgery from Branded (Nonfiction). FICTION. Wendi Kaufman, Helen on Eighty-Sixth Street. John Updike, A & P. Liliana Heker, The Stolen Party. Barbara Kingsolver, Rose-Johnny. Daniel Alarcn, Flood. Raymond Carver, Cathedral. Fairy Tales/Fiction. Nadine Gordimer, Once Upon a Time. Angela Carter, The Company of Wolves. On the Web: Introduction to Fairy Tales. POETRY. Diane Wakoski, Wind Secrets. Countee Cullen, Incident. Walt Whitman, Out of the Cradle Endlessly Rocking. Gary Soto, Oranges. Audre Lorde, Hanging Fire. Nikki Giovanni, Ego Tripping. Nikki Giovanni, Quilts. Anne Sexton, Cinderella. Shirley Geok-Lin Lim, Ah Mah. Neal Bowers, Driving Lessons. Stephen Dunn, The Sacred. Barbara Hamby, Ode to my 1977 Toyota. Metamorphoses/Poetry. Cathy Song, Lost Sister. Naomi Shihab Nye, Biography of an Armenian Schoolgirl. Louise Erdrich, Indian Boarding School: The Runaways. Janice Mirikitani, Suicide Note. Ha Jin, The Past. General Ulysses S. Awesome, Who Places Things Exactly. DRAMA. Paula Vogel, How I Learned to Drive. Henrik Ibsen, A Dolls House. NONFICTION. Lynn Smith, Betwixt and Bewildered: Scholars Are Intrigued by the Angst of Emerging Adults. Gretel Ehrlich, Looking for a Lost Dog. Bruno Bettelheim, The Uses of Enchantment. Azar Nafisi, from Reading Lolita in Tehran. PilgrimagesEscape or Enlightenment?/Nonfiction. Jonathan Lethem, 13, 1977, 21. Joan Didion, Goodbye to All That. On the Web: Pilgrimages/Road Trips. Graphic Literature: Marjane Satrapi, The Veil and The Black Market Tapes from Persepolis: The Story of a Childhood. 6. The Self and Beyond. Crossing the Genres/Family Secrets. Mary Gaitskill, Tiny, Smiling Daddy (Fiction). Edwidge Danticat, Night Talkers (Fiction). Robyn Joy Leff, Burn Your Maps (Fiction). Robert Hayden, Those Winter Sundays (Poetry). Bell hooks, Chapters 49, 50, 51 from bone black (Nonfiction). FICTION. Tillie Olsen, I Stand Here Ironing. Dean Bakopoulos, Some Memories of My Father from Please Dont Come Back from the Moon. James Baldwin, Sonnys Blues. Alice Walker, Everyday Use. Amy Tan, Scar from The Joy Luck Club. Louise Erdrich, The Shawl. The Family Gothic/Fiction. Nathaniel Hawthorne, Rappaccinis Daughter. William Faulkner, A Rose for Emily. Mary Gordon, City Life. On the Web: Visions of Hauntings: Short Stories by Edgar Allan Poe. POETRY. Amiri Baraka, Preface to a Twenty Volume Suicide Note. Grace Paley, Fathers. Sylvia Plath, Daddy. Simon Ortiz, My Fathers Song. Li-Young Lee, Persimmons. Seamus Heaney, Digging. Jamaica Kincaid, Girl. Pauline Powers Uchmanowicz, Knee Deep In Mud My Mother. Billy Collins, The Lanyard. Anne Sexton, My Little Girl, My Stringbean, My Lovely Woman. Maxine Kumin, Making the Jam Without You. Etheridge Knight, The Idea of Ancestry. Agha Shahid Ali, Snowmen. Marilyn Chin, Turtle Soup. Loss and Family/Poems. Frances Ellen Watkins Harper, The Slave Mother. D. H. Lawrence, Piano. Harold A. Zlotnik, Odyssey. Martin Espada, Coca-cola and Coco Frio. Dwight Okita, The Nice Thing about Counting Stars. Julia Alvarez, Homecoming. Sharon Olds, I Go Back to May 1937. DRAMA. August Wilson, The Piano Lesson. NONFICTION. Toi Derricotte, Beginning Dialogues. David Sedaris, The Girl Next Door. Chang-rae Lee, Coming Home Again. Geeta Kothari, N° de ref. de la librería
Sinopsis: Embark on the literary journey of a lifetime--with LEGACIES: FICTION, POETRY, DRAMA, NONFICTION, Fourth Edition! 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.
About the Author:
Jan Zlotnik Schmidt, a SUNY Distinguished Teaching Professor, who earned her BA from the University of Rochester in 1969, her MA from the University of Wisconsin in 1970, and her PhD from Syracuse University in 1977, teaches courses in composition, autobiography, creative writing, American literature, women's literature, and Holocaust studies. Her poetry has been published in many journals, including KANSAS QUARTERLY, CREAM CITY REVIEW, SYRACUSE SCHOLAR, ALASKA QUARTERLY REVIEW, HOME PLANET NEWS, and PHOEBE. She has published two volumes of poetry--WE SPEAK IN TONGUES (the Edwin Mellen Press, 1991) and SHE HAD THIS MEMORY (the Edwin Mellen Press, 2000)--and two collections of autobiographical essays--WOMEN/WRITING/TEACHING (SUNY Press, 1998) and WISE WOMEN: REFLECTIONS OF TEACHERS AT MIDLIFE, co-authored with Dr. Phyllis R. Freeman (Routledge, 2000).
Lynne Crockett is an Associate Professor and Writing Program Administrator at SUNY Sullivan, a small, two-year college in the Catskill Mountains of New York. She received her PhD in Victorian literature from New York University in 2004. Crockett writes a monthly column for the SHAWANGUNK journal in Ellenville, New York, in addition to publishing creative nonfiction.
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