ISBN-10:
0073533254
ISBN-13:
2900073533253
Pub. Date:
09/11/2009
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Higher Education
Sound Ideas / Edition 1

Sound Ideas / Edition 1

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ISBN-13: 2900073533253
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education
Publication date: 09/11/2009
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 928
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)

Table of Contents

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Preface
Introduction
Letter to the Reader

The Reading-Writing Process

On Reading and Thinking

Reading: The Activity and Art of Reading, Mortimer J. Adler and Charles Van Doren

On Writing and Revision

Reading: Everybody is Talented, Original, and Has Something Important to Say,

Brenda Ueland

Reading: A Way of Writing, William Stafford

Reading: How to Write a Critical Analysis, John Trimble

Reading: Shitty First Drafts, Ann Lamott

Reading: Simplicity, William Zinsser

On Visual Texts

Reading: The Vocabulary of Comics, Scott McCloud

On Audio Texts

Audio Track 0.1: Anne Lamott

Audio Track 0.2: Louise Erdrich

For Writing
Chapter 1 - On Gender Differences: Separating the Boys from the Girls

Introduction

Nonfiction

Reading: Strong Girls, from Reviving Ophelia: Saving the Selves of Adolescent Girls,

Mary Pipher

Reading: Inside the World of Boys, from Real Boys: Rescuing Our Sons from the

Myths of Boyhood, William Pollack

Reading: Why Boys Don't Play with Dolls, Katha Pollitt

Reading: The War Against Boys, Christina Hoff-Somers

Fiction

Reading: A and P, John Updike

Reading: Boys and Girls, Alice Munro

Reading: Girl, Jamaica Kincaid

Reading: Boys, Rick Moody

Poetry

Reading: Barbie Doll, Marge Piercy

Reading: Wishes for Sons, Lucille Clifton

Graphic Fiction

Reading: Gum of Mystery, Lynda Barry

Visual Texts

Visual: Quinceañera, Janet Jarman

Visual: Hannah, 13 years old, Lauren Greenfield

Visual: Shacktown Child, Dorothea Lange

Visual: Boy and Girl at Debutante Ball, Catherine Karnow

Audio Texts

Audio Track 1.1: Carol Gilligan

Audio Track 1.2: Paul Kivel

Audio Track 1.3: William Pollack

Audio Track 1.4: Joe Marshall

Additional Audio Resources

Connections

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Video Suggestions
Chapter 2 - Ideas about Family: Parents and Children

Introduction

Nonfiction

Reading: Nothing Lasts a Hundred Years, from Days of Obligation: An Argument

with My Father, Richard Rodriguez

Reading: Notes of a Native Son, James Baldwin

Reading: Mother of the Year, Paul Theroux

Reading: Shooting Dad, Sarah Vowell

Fiction

Reading: Mother, Grace Paley

Reading: My Mother’s Memoirs, My Father’s Lie, and Other True Stories, Russell

Banks

Reading: Everyday Use, Alice Walker

Reading: River of Names, Dorothy Allison

Poetry

Reading: A Chinese Banquet, Kitty Tsui

Reading: Nikki-Rosa, Nikki Giovanni

Graphic Fiction

Reading: Jimmy Corrigan: The Smartest Kid on Earth, Chris Ware

Visual Texts

Visual: For Dragonboat Festival, Komi Chen

Visual: Mother and Child, Edward Curtis

Visual: Family Eating Dinner in Kitchen, William Gottlieb

Audio Texts

Audio Track 2.1: Richard Rodriguez

Audio Track 2.2: Paul Theroux

Audio Track 2.3: Grace Paley

Audio Track 2.4: Alice Walker

Additional Audio Resources

Connections

For Writing

Video Suggestions
Chapter 3 - Ideas about Education: Stories from School

Introduction

Nonfiction

Reading: Claiming an Education, Adrienne Rich

Reading: New Spelling of My Name, from Zami, Audre Lorde

Reading: Teaching as a Subversive Activity, Neil Postman

Reading: The Graduation, from I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, Maya Angelou

Fiction

Reading: The Lesson, Toni Cade Bambara

Reading: The School, Donald Barthelme

Reading: Saint Marie, from Love Medicine, Louise Erdrich

Reading: Paul’s Case: A Study in Temperment, Willa Cather

Poetry

Reading: We Real Cool, Gwendolyn Brooks

Reading: The History Teacher, Billy Collins

Graphic Fiction

Reading: Remembrance of Things Past: Combray, Marcel Proust, illustrated by

Stephane Heuet

Visual Texts

Visual: Marshals escort girls from school, New Orleans, 1960

Visual: In the Schoolroom, Theophile Emmanuel Duverger

Visual: Schoolhouse and pupils, 1913, E.S. Shipp

Audio Texts

Audio Track 3.1: Panel discussion on interdisciplinary studies with Leonard Shlain,

Herman Haluza, Jamie Molaro, and Geoffrey Green

Audio Track 3.2: Adrienne Rich

Additional Audio Resources

Connections

For Writing

Video Suggestions
Chapter 4 - Ideas about Love and Hate

Introduction

Nonfiction

Reading: Compassion and Love, from Reason for Hope: A Spiritual Journey, Jane

Goodall

Reading: All About Love, bell hooks

Reading: What’s So Bad About Hate? Andrew Sullivan

Reading: Hateful Things, from The Pillow Book, Sei Shonagon

Fiction

Reading: What We Talk About When We Talk About Love, Raymond Carver

Reading: Amor Divino, Julia Alvarez

Reading: The Lottery, Shirley Jackson

Reading: The Cask of Amontillado, Edgar Allan Poe

Poetry

Reading: Love Poem, Audre Lorde

Reading: Hate Poem, Julie Sheehan

Graphic Fiction

Reading: Ghost World, Daniel Clowes

Visual Texts

Visual: The Lovers, Rene Magritte

Visual: Love, Kawabata Ryushi

Visual: Cain and Abel, Jacopo Tintoretto

Audio Texts

Audio Track 4.1: Sue Gerhardt

Audio Track 4.2: Dr. Thomas Lewis

Audio Track 4.3: Mark Potok

Audio Track 4.4: bell hooks

Audio Track 4.5: Jane Goodall

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Chapter 5 - Ideas about War

Introduction

Nonfiction

Reading: The Art of War, Sun Tzu

Reading: The War Prayer, Mark Twain

Reading: We Wish to Inform You That Tomorrow We Will be Killed With Our

Families: Stories from Rwanda (excerpt), Philip Gourevitch

Reading: Handouts, from The Last True Story I'll Ever Tell: An Accidental Soldier's

Account of the War in Iraq, John Crawford

Fiction

Reading: The Things They Carried, Tim O’Brien

Reading: Civil Peace, Chinua Achebe

Reading: Two Words, Isabelle Allende

Reading: War, Luigi Pirandello

Poetry

Reading: The Colonel, Carolyn Forché

Reading: Dulce et Decorum Est, Wilfred Owen

Graphic Fiction

Reading: Safe Area Gorazde: The War in Eastern Bosnia, Joe Sacco

Visual Texts

Visual: We Can Do It!, J. Howard Miller

Visual: Napoleon Bonaparte in the Grand Mosque at Cairo, Henri Levy

Visual: Children fleeing napalm, Trang Bang, South Vietnam, June 8, 1972; Nick Ut

Audio Texts

Audio Track 5.1: Srebrenicia Anniversary: Ambassador Swanee Hunt, General

William Nash, General John W. Vessy, and Mike Shuster

Audio Track 5.2: Rwandan Genocide: Corinne Dufka and Louise Mushikiwabo

Audio Track 5.3: Iraq War: Michael Gordon

Audio Track 5.4: Chilean History: Isabel Allende

Additional Audio Resources

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Chapter 6 - Ideas about Crime and Punishment

Introduction

Nonfiction

Reading: Illegalities and Delinquency, from Discipline and Punish, Michel Foucault

Reading: A Hanging, George Orwell

Reading: Prison Cruelty, Frank Tannenbaum

Reading: My Life is My Sundance, Leonard Peltier

Fiction

Reading: House of the Dead, Fyodor Dostoevsky

Reading: Outside Work Detail, Scott Wolven

Reading: Enemies, Jimmy Santiago Baca

Reading: Kiss of the Spider Woman, Manuel Puig

Poetry

Reading: The Report, Dick Allen

Reading: Hard Rock Returns to Prison from the Hospital of the Criminal Insane,

Etheridge Knight

Graphic Fiction

Reading: The Beast of Chicago: An Account of the Life and Crimes of Herman W.

Mudgett, Rick Geary

Visual Texts

Visual: Prisoners Exercising, Vincent van Gogh

Visual: Prisoners, David Siqueros

Visual: Prisoner Behind Bars, Tom Grill

Audio Texts

Audio Track 6.1: Panel discussion on clemency and the death penalty: Arthur Serat,

Michael Rushford, Wayne Owens, and Mike Perell.

Additional Audio Resources

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Video Suggestions
Chapter 7 - Ideas about the Environment: Human vs. Nature vs. Human

Introduction

Nonfiction

Reading: Nature, Ralph Waldo Emerson

Reading: A Letter to Thoreau, from The Future of Life, Edward O. Wilson

Reading: Silent Spring, Rachel Carson

Reading: Pilgrim at Tinker Creek, Annie Dillard

Fiction

Reading: The Old Man and the Sea, Ernest Hemingway

Reading: Lessons from the Wolverine, from Fieldnotes, Barry Lopez

Reading: A White Heron, Sarah Orne Jewett

Reading: My Year of Meats, Ruth Ozecki

Poetry

Reading: The World is Too Much with Us, William Wordsworth

Reading: November Cotton Flower, Jean Tomer

Graphic Fiction

Reading: Moby Dick, Will Eisner

Visual Texts

Visual: Melting Clock and Globe, Marina Saba

Visual: The Polar Sea, Caspar David Friedrich

Visual: Mermaid Waiting in Dry Lake, Tomek Obinski

Audio Texts

Audio Track 7.1: Wangari Maathai

Audio Track 7.2: Panel discussion of the future of the oceans with Leon Panetta

Audio Track 7.3: Panel discussion of the future of the oceans with Brian Baird

Audio Track 7.4: Panel discussion of the future of the oceans with John E. McCoster

Audio Track 7.5: Panel discussion of the future of the oceans with Kate Wing

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Chapter 8 - Ideas about Art and Poetry A New New Wave

Introduction

Nonfiction

Reading: Can Poetry Matter?, Dana Gioia

Reading: Introduction to Break Blow Burn, Camille Paglia

Reading: ‘Stakes is High,’ Jeff Chang

Reading: loops of perception, Paul D Miller

Fiction

Reading: Seventeen Syllables, Hisaye Yamamoto

Reading: epilogue: women like us, from Krik? Krak!, Edwidge Danticat

Reading: A New Wave Format, Bobbie Ann Mason

Reading: Envy: or, Yiddish in America, Cynthia Ozick

Poetry

Reading: Beware Do Not Read This Poem, Ishmael Reed

Reading: Poetry, Marianne Moore

Graphic Fiction

Reading: Cages, Dave McKean

Visual Texts

Visual: Luna Cadillac, Jean Michel Basquiat

Visual: Death is Buried, the Flower is Pulled Up, Love is Lost; Joan Miro

Visual: Untitled, Francesco Clemente

Audio Texts

Audio Track 8.1: Paul D. Miller

Audio Track 8.2: Jeff Chang

Audio Track 8.3: W.S. Merwin

Audio Track 8.4: Adrienne Rich

Audio Track 8.5: Panel discussion on Pablo Neruda: Robert Bly, John Felsteiner, Mark

Eisner, and Elan Stevens

Additional Audio Resources

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Chapter 9 - Ideas and the Mind

Introduction

Nonfiction

Reading: The Enchanted Loom, from An Alchemy of Mind, Diane Ackerman

Reading: Mind: A Brief Introduction, John Searle

Reading: Neural Networks, from On Intelligence, Jeff Hawkins

Reading: Blink, Malcolm Gladwell

Fiction

Reading: Invisible Man, Ralph Ellison

Reading: A Clean Well-Lighted Place, Ernest Hemingway

Reading: Herzog, Saul Bellow

Reading: Night-Sea Journey, John Barth

Poetry

Reading: The Brain is Wider than the Sky, Emily Dickinson

Reading: Among Schoolchildren, W. B. Yeats

Graphic Fiction

Reading: Izzy the Cockroach and the Meaning of Life, from A Life Force, Will Eisner

Visual Texts

Visual: The Thinker, Auguste Rodin

Visual: The Inventor’s Head, Willam Mason

Visual: Morning Light, Hugh Shurley

Audio Texts

Audio Track 9.1: Malcolm Gladwell

Audio Track 9.2: John Searle

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Chapter 10 - Ideas about the Future: Utopia and Dystopia

Introduction

Nonfiction

Reading: On Time Travel, Nova interview with Carl Sagan

Reading: The Future Doesn’t Need Us, Bill Joy

Reading: Forecasting the Future, from What is Coming, H.G. Wells

Reading: Future Shock, Alvin Toffler

Fiction

Reading: Utopia, Sir Thomas More

Reading: The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas, Ursula K. LeGuin

Reading: Oryx and Crake, Margaret Atwood

Reading: Little Brother, Walter Mosley

Poetry

Reading: Re-adjustment, C.S. Lewis

Reading: The Future, Rainer Maria Rilke

Graphic Fiction

Lone Wolf 2100: The Language of Chaos, Mike Kennedy

Visual Texts

Visual: In Chair Overlooking Wormhole, Tom Munnecke

Visual: Dystopia, Thomas Röpke

Visual: Boy with Robert the Robot

Audio Texts

Audio Track 10.1: Discussion of the history of utopian thought with Edward Rothstein

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