Eudora Welty, A Worn Path. Lorraine Hansberry, A Raisin in the Sun. Albert Camus, The Myth of Sisyphus. Rhyme, Alliteration, and Assonance.
Getting Ideas for Writing about Poetry. James Joyce and Eveline. Robert Frost, Mending Wall. Thematically Arranged Anthology Five compelling themes: Semantic Mapping, or Clustering.
William Faulkner, A Rose for Emily. Dialogue Across History Quotes from famous and not-so-famous writers whose statements are meant to "prime" students for the literature to come. Each case study focuses on a different aspect of interpretation.
William Blake, The Lamb. Li-Young Lee, The Gift. The Impact of War.
Index of Literary Terms. Anton Chekhov, The Proposal. Walt Whitman, From Song of Myself. Tess Gallagher, The Hug. Making Connections with Literature. The Social Nature of Learning: Jonathan Swift, A Modest Proposal. Luis Valdez, Los Vendidos.
From the Adams Letters John Updike, Ex-Basketball Player.
Thinking about Interpretation and Biography. Archibald MacLeish, Ars Poetica. Glossary of Literary Terms. Thinking about Interpretation, Culture, and Research.
Eliot, The Love Song of J. The Whole and Its Parts. Critical Approaches to Literature A brief guide to critical approaches gives students an overview of literary criticism.Exploring Literature Writing and Arguing about Fiction, Poetry, Drama, and the Essay, Books a la Carte Edition (5th Edition) 5th Edition by/5(32).
A rich selection of literature, from classical to contemporary, covering all four genres (poetry, fiction, drama, essay), represents diversity in voice and ethnicity, and illustrates a variety of styles and forms.
Exploring Literature: Writing and Arguing About Fiction, Drama, Poetry and the Essay, 5/e Frank Madden With engaging selections, provocative themes, and comprehensive coverage of the writing process, Exploring Literature combines practical writing instruction with a carefully selected anthology of classic and contemporary literature from around.
Exploring Literature: Writing and Arguing About Fiction, Drama, Poetry and the Essay, 5/e Frank Madden With engaging selections, provocative themes, and comprehensive coverage of the writing process, Exploring Literature combines practical writing instruction with a carefully selected anthology of classic and contemporary literature from around /5(32).
Featuring culturally rich and diverse literature, this anthology weaves critical thinking into every facet of its writing apparatus and guides students through the process of crafting their personal responses into persuasive arguments/5(23).
Exploring Literature opens with five chapters dedicated to reading and writing about literature. An anthology follows, organized around five themes. Each thematic unit includes a rich diversity of short stories, poems, plays, and essays, as well as a case study to help students explore literature from various perspectives.Download