The University in Your Life / Edition 1by Jeffrey Gordon, Gordon
Pub. Date: 08/01/1995
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
This collection of readings encourages students to reflect upon themselves and their identity and inspires them to take full advantage of the complete university experience.
Table of ContentsPrefaceNow I will you to be a bold swimmer (Walt Whitman) How to Use this Book Introduction: The University in Your Life Chapter I: Who Am I? Who Is My Generation? Who Shall I Become? Becoming Myself (Richard Schmitt) On Self-Respect (Joan Didion) On Excellence (Cynthia Ozick) And Man (William Saroyan) The Lover of Women (Sue Miller) Story of My Life (Jay McInerney) Sex Without Love (Sharon Olds) A Romantic Education (Patricia Hampl) For Idealism in Youth (Jeffrey Gordon) Music (Allan Bloom) The New Lost Generation (David Leavitt) You Did This to Us (Damiel Smith-Rowsey) In Defense of Today's Students (Susan Day) Killing Us Softly: Gender Roles in Advertising (Jean Kilbourne) Poem to Half White College Students (Imamu Amiri Baraka) Ways to Live (Charles Morris) What Really Matters? (Plato, Bertrand Russell, Robert Nozick) Fruit Gaterhing (Rabindranath Tagore) Backpack Almanac: Money Chapter II: What Is A University? What Faculty Expect of Students (Edmund S. Morgan) (and more...)
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