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Literature Across Cultures, 5e

Sheena Gillespie/Anthony P. Pipolo/Terezinha Fonseca

0-321-46007-3

This thematic introduction to literature anthology distinguishes itself by including both classical and contemporary writers, writers from the British and American tradition, ethnic writers from the United States, and writers from other cultures. Now in its fifth edition, Literature Across Cultures focuses on the political and multicultural aspects of literary works in relation to self and society, gender and identity, war and violence as well as issues of class, sexuality, race, and ethnicity.

· The revised introductory unit, Reading and Writing as a Social Act, provides strategies for reading closely while encouraging students to see themselves as members of a literary community.

· New discussion questions follow each short story, play, and cluster of poems to assist students in making informed responses to the reading selections, suggesting multiple possibilities for the production of meaning.

· Film Angles at the end of each unit demonstrate the continuity between literature and film as well as the ways in which films have shaped cultural attitudes towards the subjects dealt with in the literature.

· New material in Part One reflects an emphasis on “coming of age” and “rites of passage.” There is also a section on terrorism and its influence worldwide.

· Journal entries provide students with an interactive approach to literature and culture, emphasizing students' personal and critical responses to the literature (Units 1-5).

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A world's worth of fiction, poetry, essays and drama are divided into several thematic sections: origins and insights; gender and identity; war and violence; race and difference; and individualism and community. The editors' introduction discusses the meaning and function of literature, writing as a social act, and guidelines for writing the literary essay. Appendices discuss the elements of fiction, poetry and drama; researching literary sources; and critical approaches, using as a case study. A note about film and video is also included. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780321460073
  • Publisher: Longman
  • Publication date: 7/16/2007
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 5
  • Pages: 1072
  • Product dimensions: 7.10 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 2.00 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface for Instructors 000

Preface for Students 000

INTRODUCTION: Reading and Writing as a Social Act 0

The Meaning of Literature 000

The Function of Literature 000

Strategies for Reading Literature 000

Previewing 000

Highlighting 000

Annotating 000

Guided Reading: Kate Chopin, “The Story of an Hour” 000

Strategies for Writing About Literature 000

Frames of Reference 000

Generating Ideas 000

Brainstorming 000

Clustering 000

Finding a Thesis 000

Thesis Statement 000

Developing a Rough Draft with Peer Editing 000

Peer Group Critiques 000

Revising the Rough Draft and Writing the Final Paper 000

Checklist for Revising the Rough Draft 000

The Final Draft 000

PART ONE: Roots and Rebellions 000

FICTION

Lan Samantha Chang The Unforgetting 000

Edith Wharton Roman Fever 000

Pär Lagerkvist Father and I 000

Elie Wiesel The Watch 000

Tobias Wolff Powder 000

ESSAYS

Toni Morrison The Nobel Prize in Literature 000

Plato The Allegory of the Cave 000

N. Scott Momaday The Way to Rainy Mountain 000

Salman Rushdie From Imaginary Homelands 000

Zora Neale Hurston I Get Born 000

POETRY

Langston Hughes The Negro Speaks of Rivers 000

Linda Hogan First Light 000

Evangelina Vigil-Piñón warm heart contains life 000

Maurice Kenny Going Home 000

Duane Niatum Street Kid 000

James Dickey In the Tree House at Night 000

Seamus Heaney Mid-term Break 000

Sharon Olds The Possessive 000

Janice Mirikitani Breaking Tradition 000

Dylan Thomas Fern Hill 000

Richard Eberhart If I could only live at the pitch that is

near madness 000

Maria Mazziotti Gillan My Grandmother’s Hands 000

James Geasor Beads 000

Eric Chock Poem for My Father 000

Li-Young Lee The Gift 000

James A. Emanuel Fishermen 000

Robert Hayden Frederick Douglass 000

Robert Hayden Tour 5 000

Robert Hayden Those Winter Sundays 000

Robert Hayden Runagate Runagate 000

DRAMA

Sophocles Oedipus Rex 000

William Shakespeare The Tragedy of Hamlet,

Prince of Denmark 000

COMPOSING PROCESS AND PEER CRITIQUES: PART ONE 000

STUDENT ESSAY 000

TOPICS FOR DISCUSSION AND WRITING 000

FILM ANGLES 000

PART TWO: Gender and Identity 000

FICTION

Haruki Murakami On Seeing the 100% Perfect Girl One Beautiful

April Morning 000

Kate Chopin The Storm 000

Alice Walker Roselily 000

Charlotte Perkins Gilman The Yellow Wallpaper 000

Alifa Rifaat Another Evening at the Club 000

Yukio Mishima Fountains in the Rain 000

Sandip Roy The Smells of Home 000

ESSAYS

Virginia Woolf Professions for Women 000

Steve Tesich An Amateur Marriage 000

David Brooks The Power of Marriage 000

Peter Lyman The Fraternal Bond as a Joking Relationship 000

Deborah Tannen Sex, Lies, and Conversation: Why Is It So Hard

for Men and Women to Talk to Each Other? 000

POETRY

John Donne Woman’s Constancy 000

John Donne The Sun Rising 000

James Dickey Adultery 000

Anne Sexton For My Lover, Returning to His Wife 000

Maryfrances Wagner Ragazza 000

Pat Mora Borders 000

Robert Frost Home Burial 000

Claude McKay The Harlem Dancer 000

Edna St. Vincent Millay What Lips My Lips Have Kissed 000

Yevgeny Yevtushenko Colours 000

Theodore Roethke I Knew a Woman 000

Gary Soto Oranges 000

Robert Browning My Last Duchess 000

Gabriel Spera My Ex-Husband 000

May Sarton AIDS 000

Michael Lassell How to Watch Your Brother Die 000

Andrew Marvell To His Coy Mistress 000

Aphra Behn The Willing Mistress 000

John Keats Bright Star 000

Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz She Proves the Inconsistency of the

Desires and Criticism of Men Who Accuse Women of What They

Themselves Cause 000

William Shakespeare Sonnet 30 “When to the Sessions of Sweet

Silent Thought” 000

William Shakespeare Sonnet 116 “Let Me Not to the Marriage

of True Minds” 000

William Shakespeare Sonnet 129 “Th’ Expense of Spirit in a

Waste of Shame” 000

William Shakespeare Sonnet 130 “My Mistress’ Eyes Are Nothing

Like the Sun” 000

DRAMA

Euripides Medea 000

Manuel Puig Kiss of the Spider Woman 000

STUDENT JOURNAL ENTRIES 000

TOPICS FOR DISCUSSION AND WRITING 000

FILM ANGLES 000

PART THREE: War and Violence 000

FICTION

Graham Greene The Destructors 000

Liam O’Flaherty The Sniper 000

Tadeusz Borowski Silence 000

André Dubus The Curse 000

Tim O’Brien The Things They Carried 000

Ann Petry Like a Winding Sheet 000

ESSAYS

Brent Staples A Brother’s Murder 000

David W. Powell Vietnam : What I Remember 000

Kandi Tayebi Warring Memories 000

Seth Mydans Not Just the Inner City: Well-to-Do Join Gangs 000

POETRY

Jeffrey Harrison Reflections on the Vietnam Wall Memorial 000

Yusef Komunyakaa Facing It 000

Randall Jarrell The Death of the Ball Turret Gunner 000

Thomas Hardy The Man He Killed 000

Denise Levertov What Were They Like? 000

Yevgeny Yevtushenko Babiy Yar 000

Janice Mirikitani Prisons of Silence 000

Wilfred Owen Disabled 000

Muriel Rukeyser Waking This Morning 000

Walt Whitman The Dying Veteran 000

Walt Whitman The Artilleryman’s Vision 000

Ralph Waldo Emerson Concord Hymn 000

Alfred, Lord Tennyson The Charge of the Light Brigade 000

Gabriel Spera Idle Hands 000

Gabriel Spera Kindness 000

Carolyn Forché The Colonel 000

Carolyn Forché The Visitor 000

Carolyn Forché The Memory of Elena 000

Carolyn Forché As Children Together 000

DRAMA

Fernando Arrabal Picnic on the Battlefield 000

STUDENT RESEARCH PAPER 000

TOPICS FOR DISCUSSION AND WRITING 000

FILM ANGLES 000

PART FOUR: Race and Culture 000

FICTION

Nadine Gordimer The Moment Before the Gun Went Off 000

John Talbird Still 000

Wakako Yamauchi And the Soul Shall Dance 000

Aurora Levins Morales Puertoricanness 000

Toni Cade Bambara The Lesson 000

Tillie Olsen I Stand Here Ironing 000

Kate Chopin Désirée’s Baby 000

ESSAYS

Judith Ortiz Cofer Silent Dancing 000

Frederick Douglass How I Learned to Read and Write 000

Gary Soto Black Hair 000

Eric Liu A Chinaman’s Chance: Reflections on the

American Dream 000

POETRY

Walt Whitman I Hear America Singing 000

Denise Levertov Poet Power 000

Louise Erdrich Indian Boarding School : The Runaways 000

Maria Mazziotti Gillan Public School No. 18: Paterson,

New Jersey 000

Langston Hughes The Weary Blues 000

Langston Hughes Dream Variations 000

Langston Hughes Harlem 000

Wole Soyinka Telephone Conversation 000

Sharon Olds On the Subway 000

Eric Chock Chinese Fireworks Banned in Hawaii 000

Tato Laviera Latero Story 000

Aurora Levin Morales Child of the Americas 000

Pat Mora Legal Alien 000

Pat Mora Elena 000

Cathy Song Lost Sister 000

Martín Espada Cross Plains , Wisconsin 000

Martín Espada Federico’s Ghost 000

Martín Espada Tony Went to the Bodega but He Didn’t

Buy Anything 000

DRAMA

William Shakespeare Othello, The Moor of Venice 000

STUDENT JOURNAL ENTRY 000

TOPICS FOR DISCUSSION AND WRITING 000

FILM ANGLES 000

PART FIVE: Individualism and Community 000

FICTION

Shirley Jackson The Lottery 000

Franz Kafka The Metamorphosis 000

James Joyce Eveline 000

Fae Myenne Ng A Red Sweater 000

Albert Camus The Guest 000

Chinua Achebe Dead Men’s Path 000

ESSAYS

May Sarton The Rewards of Living a Solitary Life 000

Thomas Jefferson The Declaration of Independence 000

Martin Luther King Jr. I Have a Dream 000

POETRY

James Wright A Blessing 000

William Carlos Williams Danse Russe 000

E. E. Cummings the Cambridge ladies who live in

furnished souls 000

Wallace Stevens Disillusionment of Ten O’Clock 000

Walt Whitman What Is the Grass? 000

Percy Bysshe Shelley Ozymandias 000

William Blake London 000

William Wordsworth London , 1802 000

William Wordsworth The World Is Too Much with Us 000

Yevgeny Yevtushenko People 000

Alastair Reid Curiosity 000

Sharon Olds Summer Solstice, New York City 000

Leo Romero What the Gossips Saw 000

Lawrence Ferlinghetti Constantly Risking Absurdity 000

Richard Wilbur The Writer 000

Emily Dickinson Volcanoes be in Sicily 000

Emily Dickinson The Soul selects her own society– 000

Emily Dickinson Much madness is divinest sense– 000

Emily Dickinson Tell all the Truth but tell it slant– 000

DRAMA

Sophocles Antigone 000

Edward Albee The Zoo Story 000

STUDENT BRAINSTORMING EXERCISE 000

TOPICS FOR DISCUSSION AND WRITING 000

FILM ANGLES 000

APPENDIX A: An Introduction to the Elements of Fiction,

Nonfiction, Poetry, and Drama 000

FICTION 000

Character 000

Plot 000

Setting 000

Theme 000

Narrator 000

Style and Tone 000

CREATIVE OR LITERARY NONFICTION:

THE ESSAY 000

Form 000

Rhetorical Strategies 000

POETRY 000

Voice and Tone 000

The Poetic Elements: Image, Simile, Metaphor, Symbol, Personification, Paradox 000

Types of Poetry: Lyric, Dramatic, and Narrative 000

The Forms of Poetry 000

Poetry as Performance: The Sounds of Poetry 000

DRAMA 000

The Basic Elements of Drama 000

Types of Plays: Tragedy, Comedy, and Tragicomedy 000

Kinds of Theater 000

FICTION, POETRY, AND DRAMA AS

CULTURAL PRODUCTIONS 000

APPENDIX B: Writing a Research Paper 000

WHAT IS A LITERARY RESEARCH PAPER? 000

What Are Primary and Secondary Sources? 000

Locating Materials 000

How to Choose a Topic 000

ENGAGING IN DIALOGUE USING LITERARY CRITICISM 000

FOCUS: THE RESEARCH PROCESS 000

Taking Notes during the Research Process 000

Organizing Your Information 000

DRAFTING THE PAPER 000

HOW TO DOCUMENT USING THE MLA FORMAT 000

Direct Quotation 000

Indirect Quotation: Paraphrasing 000

List of Works Cited 000

REVISING AND REWRITING 000

Presenting Your Research Paper 000

SAMPLE RESEARCH: ANTIGONE 000

APPENDIX C: Researching Literary Sources 000

RESEARCH RESOURCES 000

Reference Works 000

Online Sources 000

APPENDIX D: Critical Approaches: A Case Study

of Hamlet 000

PSYCHOANALYTIC CRITICISM 000

What Is the Focus of Psychoanalytic Criticism? 000

A Psychoanalytic Reading of Hamlet 000

Sigmund Freud The Interpretation of Dreams 000

A Psychosocial Reading of Hamlet 000

David Leverenz The Women in Hamlet:

An Interpersonal View 000

FORMALISM/NEW CRITICISM 000

What Is the Focus of Formalism? 000

A New Critical Reading of Hamlet 000

T. S. Eliot Hamlet and His Problems 000

READER-RESPONSE CRITICISM 000

What Is the Focus of Reader-Response Criticism? 000

A Reader-Response Analysis of Hamlet 000

Stephen Booth On the Value of Hamlet 000

FEMINIST CRITICISM 000

What Is the Focus of Feminist Criticism? 000

A Feminist Reading of Hamlet 000

Diane Elizabeth Dreher Dominated Daughters 000

THE NEW HISTORICISM 000

What Is the Focus of the New Historicism? 000

A New Historical Reading of Hamlet 000

Leonard Tennenhouse Power in Hamlet 000

DECONSTRUCTIVE READING OF HAMLET 000

What Is The Focus of Deconstructive Criticism? 000

A Deconstructive Reading of Hamlet 000

James L. Calderwood To be and Not To Be: Negation

and Metadrama in Hamlet 000

Biographical Endnotes 000

Glossary 000

Index of Authors and Titles 000

Index of First Lines 000

Index of Terms 000

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Introduction

READING AND WRITING AS A SOCIAL ACT.
The Meaning of Literature.
The Function of Literature.
Strategies for Reading Literature: A Step-by-Step Guideline.
Writing as a Social Act.
Writing the Literary Essay.

I. ORIGINS AND INSIGHTS.

Fiction.

* The Death of Ivan Ilyich, Leo Tolstoy.

Roman Fever, Edith Wharton.

First Confession, Frank O'Connor.

A Power Struggle, Bessie Head.

The Watch, Elie Wiesel.

The Sky is Gray, Ernest J. Gaines.

* Young Goodman Brown, Nathaniel Hawthorne.

Araby, James Joyce.

* Essays.

* My People, Chief Seattle.

* Knoxville: Summer 1915, James Agee.

Poetry.

The Father Poem Two, Sue Doro.

The Hatmaker, Keith Gilyard.

Going Home, Maurice Kenny.

During a Son's Dangerous Illness, Denise Levertov.

Lost Sister, Cathy Song.

Song for My Name, Lisa Hogan.

Moving Away (1), Gary Soto.

Moving Away (2), Gary Soto.

The Jewish Cemetery at Newport, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.

Fern Hill, Dylan Thomas.

It's Something Our Family Has Always Done, Wing Tek Lum.

warm heart contains life, Evangelina Vigil-Pinon.

* My Grandmother's Hands, Maria Mazziotti Gillan.

* Gentle Communion, Pat Mora.

A Breeze Swept Through, Luci Tapahonso.

Fishermen, James A. Emanuel.

What My Child Learns of the Sea, Audre Lorde.

* Frederick Douglass, Robert Hayden.

* Tour 5, Robert Hayden.

Those WinterSundays, Robert Hayden.

Runagate Runagate, Robert Hayden.

Drama.

* Oedipus Rex, Sophocles.

Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, William Shakespeare.

II. GENDER AND IDENTITY.

Fiction.

The Revolt of "Mother," Mary E. Wilkins Freeman.

* A Respectable Woman, Kate Chopin.

* The Storm, Kate Chopin.

* Roselily, Alice Walker.

* Name Games, Michael Dorris.

The Yellow Wallpaper, Charlotte Perkins Gilman.

Another Evening at the Club, Alifa Rifaat.

* Essays.

* Professions for Women, Virginia Woolf.

* One Man's Kids, Daniel Meier.

Poetry.

The Faithful Wife, Barbara L. Greenberg.

* Genesis, Mahwash Shoaib.

* Afterbirth, Mahwash Shoaib.

* The Silk Carpet, Mahwash Shoaib.

Ragazza, Maryfrances Wagner.

Petals of Silence, Maria Mazziotti Gillan.

Borders, Pat Mora.

Elena, Pat Mora.

Home Burial, Robert Frost.

The Harlem Dancer, Claude McKay.

What Lips My Lips Have Kissed, Edna St. Vincent Millay.

My Last Duchess, Robert Browning.

* Porphyria's Lover, Robert Browning.

* The Willing Mistress, Aphra Behn.

* To His Coy Mistress, Andrew Marvell.

The Willing Mistress, Aphra Behn.

The Young Warrior, Gayle Two Eagles.

For My Lover, Returning to His Wife, Anne Sexton.

Bright Star, John Keats.

She Proves the Inconsistency of the Desires and Criticism of Men Who Accuse Women of What They Themselves Cause, Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz.

* When to The Sessions of Sweet Silent Thought, William Shakespeare.

* Let Me Not to the Marriage of True Minds, William Shakespeare.

Th' Expense of Spirit in a Waste of Shame, William Shakespeare.

My Mistress' Eyes Are Nothing Like the Sun, William Shakespeare.

Drama.

Medea, Euripides.

* from Preface to Miss Julie, August Strindberg.

Miss Julie, August Strindberg.

III. WAR AND VIOLENCE.

Fiction.

A Mystery of Heroism, Stephen Crane.

The Sniper, Liam O'Flaherty.

Silence, Tadeusz Borowski.

The Hour of Truth, Isabel Allende.

Spoils of War, Janice Mirikitani.

The Curse, Andre Dubus.

* Battle Royal, Ralph Ellison.

* Essays.

* A Brother's Murder, Brent Staples.

* Vietnam: What I Remember, David W. Powell.

Poetry.

The Man He Killed, Thomas Hardy.

What Were They Like? Denise Levertov.

Babiy Yar, Yevgeny Yevtushenko.

Prisons of Silence, Janice Mirkitani.

Disabled, Wilfred Owen.

The Dying Veteran, Walt Whitman.

First Practice, Gary Gildner.

Hope, Ariel Dorfman.

Quote from the Bureau of Information, from the Argus August 27, 1986: "The Situation in Soweto is Not Abnormal," Mavis Smallberg.

Waking This Morning, Muriel Rukeyser.

The Artilleryman's Vision, Walt Whitman.

* The Colonel, Carolyn Forché.

The Visitor, Carolyn Forché.

* The Memory of Elena, Carolyn Forché.

* As Children Together, Carolyn Forché.

Drama.

Lysistrata, Aristophanes.

Picnic on the Battlefield, Fernando Arrabal.

IV. RACE AND DIFFERENCE.

Fiction.

* The Lesson, Toni Cade Bambara.

The Loudest Voice, Grace Paley.

I Stand Here Ironing, Tillie Olsen.

The Stolen Party, Liliana Heker.

Puertoricanness, Aurora Levins Morales.

Jasmine, Bharati Mukher jee.

* Essays.

* Growing Up Asian in America, Kesaya E. Noda.

* Gay, Anna Quindlen.

Poetry.

I Hear America Singing, Walt Whitman.

Poet Power, Denise Levertov.

The Melting Pot, Dudley Randall.

Public School No. 18: Paterson, New Jersey, Maria Mazziotti Gillan.

My Blackness Is the Beauty of This Land, Lance Jeffers.

Telephone Conversation, Wole Soyinka.

On the Subway, Sharon Olds.

Richard Cory, Edwin Arlington Robinson.

Latero Story, Tato Laviera.

AIDS, May Sarton.

How to Watch Your Brother Die, Michael Lassell.

Cross Plains, Wisconsin, Martín Espada.

* Jorge the Church Janitor Finally Quits, Martín Espada.

Frederico's Ghost, Martín Espada.

* Tony Went to the Bodega But He Didn't Buy Anything, Martín Espada.

Drama.

Othello, The Moor of Venice, William Shakespeare.

* Kiss of the Spider Woman, Manuel Puig.

V. INDIVIDUALISM AND COMMUNITY.

Fiction.

The Metamorphosis, Franz Kafka.

Hands, Sherwood Anderson.

Eveline, James Joyce.

A Red Sweater, Fae Myenne Ng.

* A Rose for Emily, William Faulkner.

* The Guest, Albert Camus.

Dead Men's Path, Chinua Achebe.

* Essays.

* The Rewards of Living a Solitary Life, May Sarton.

* I Have a Dream, Martin Luther King.

Poetry.

Disillusionment of Ten O'Clock, Wallace Stevens.

* The Unknown Citizen, W.H. Auden.

Port Authority Terminal: 9 A.M. Monday, Chad Walsh.

People, Yevgeny Yevtushenko.

Street Kid, Duane Niatum.

Black Jackets, Thom Gunn.

Mending Wall, Robert Frost.

Summer Solstice, New York City, Sharon Olds.

What the Gossips Saw, Leo Romero.

History, Gary Soto.

To My Father, Diane de Prima.

Constantly Risking Absurdity, Lawrence Ferlinghetti.

* The Writer, Richard Wilbur.

* Volcanoes Be In Sicily, Emily Dickinson.

The Soul Selects Her Own Society, Emily Dickinson.

Much Madness Is Divinest Sense, Emily Dickinson.

* Tell All The Truth But Tell It Slant, Emily Dickinson.

Drama.

Antigone, Sophocles.

Trifles, Susan Glaspell.

Appendixes: An Introduction to the Elements of Fiction, Poetry, and Drama.

Researching Literary Sources.

Critical Approaches: A Case Study of Hamlet.

A Note about Film and Videos.

Biographical Endnotes.

Glossary of Literary and Cultural Terms.

Index of Authors and Titles.

Index of First Lines.

Index of Terms.

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