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For those who prefer to teach thematically, a new alternate table of contents just following the regular table of contents in the book organizes the selections by form and theme. New Active Reading questions precede the selections in each genre and can be easily applied to a specific work. The chapters on reading and writing about literature are clear, thorough, and very helpful. With easy-to- use and easy-to assign modules, reading comprehension quizzes, and engaging author videos and audio recordings, LaunchPad Solo for Literature guides students through three common assignment types: responding to a reading, drawing connections between two or more texts, and instructor-led collaborative close reading. A more contemporary and diverse selection of fiction. To get the most out of Literature, assign it with LaunchPad Solo for Literature ,which can be packaged at no additional cost. Of the 16 new stories, most are by contemporary authors including recent gems by T. Glenn and L. Writers we revere feel like colleagues and confidants as if they were speaking to us directly. The tips and checklists address many of the issues that students struggle with when writing literary analysis.

Of the 16 new stories, most are by contemporary authors including recent gems by T. Includes a well-chosen array of 40 stories, ranging from classics by Hawthorne and Poe to contemporary tales by writers such as Alice Walker and Tim O'Brien to fresh works by authors like Junot Diaz and Yiyun Li; a judicious and varied selection of poems, including not only many classic and frequently assigned poems but also the most diverse selection of contemporary American poetry in an anthology of this scope; and a teaching canon of 9 plays — classic works and classroom favorites including Sophocles, Tennessee Williams, and August Wilson.

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Cengage Learning, A Communion of Strangers "When quoting great writers we tend to use the present tense, even if they died centuries ago: 'Milton reminds us. Macmillan, "In "Miss Brill," Katherine Mansfield introduces readers to an uncommunicative and apparently simple-minded woman who eavesdrops on strangers, who imagines herself to be an actress in an absurd musical, and whose dearest friend in life appears to be a shabby fur stole.

The anthology is extensive enough to work well in a literature survey course without feeling excessive.

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We have also expanded the glossary of literary terms to include more coverage of the literary elements. New to This Edition A fresh selection of literature that maintains a judicious balance between classic and contemporary works.

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Writers we revere feel like colleagues and confidants as if they were speaking to us directly. It also has the advantage of excellent sections on writing about literature and useful features such as a glossary of literary terms. To get the most out of Literature, assign it with LaunchPad Solo for Literature ,which can be packaged at no additional cost. Gray, The Writer's Harbrace Handbook. Features A handy size and an affordable price. This collection is briefer than other compact introductory literature anthologies, and only about half their price. A more contemporary and diverse selection of fiction.
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