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The Riverside anthology of literature / Douglas Hunt

By: Hunt, Douglas.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Boston Houghton Mifflin 1997Edition: 3. ed.Description: 1650 s.ISBN: 0395760704.Subject(s): LitteraturhistoriaOther classification: He(s) | He
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For composition and introduction to literature courses, The Riverside Anthology of Literature has long been praised for its rich variety of selections, its interwoven commentary, its eloquent editorial prose, its unobtrusive apparatus, and its organizational flexibility. To acquaint students quickly with the specific qualities of a genre, each section now opens with six short selections that focus on a particular theme for easy comparison and contrast.

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  • A Mini-Anthology of Initiation Stories
  • By the Creek
  • Girl Chronological Collection
  • The Juniper Tree Randall Jarrell: On the Truth in Fairy Tales Nathaniel Hawthorne
  • The Birthmark Flannery
  • O'Connor: On Pushing Outward Toward Mystery
  • Edgar Allen Poe, A Tell-Tale Heart
  • Edgar Allen Poe: On Unity in the Tale Herman Melville, Bartleby the Scrivener Gustave Flaubert
  • A Simple Heart Flannery O'Connor: On Flaubert's Use of Setting Henry James
  • The Middle Years Henry James: On Limiting the Protagonist's Insight Guy de Maupassant
  • The Necklace Guy de Maupassant: On the Conflict Between Realism and Art Kate Chopin, Desirees Baby Anton Chekhov
  • The Lady with the Pet Dog
  • The Yellow Wallpaper Charlotte Perkins Gilman: On Her Own Nervous Prostration Edith Wharton
  • Roman Fever Edith Wharton: On Crowding Moral Drama into a Short Story James Joyce
  • The Dead Virginia Woolf
  • Solid Objects Virginia Woolf: On Her Rejection of Traditional Fiction Franz Kafka
  • A Hunger Artist Flannery O'Connor: On Realism in Fantasy D.H. Lawrence
  • The Blind Man D.H. Lawrence: On the Truths of the Body Katherine Anne Porter
  • The Jilting of Granny Weatherall Katherine Anne Porter: On Memory Eudora Welty: On Porter's Break with Surface Realism William Faulkner
  • A Rose for Emily Ernest Hemingway
  • Soldier's Home
  • Two Comments on Being a Writer John Steinbeck
  • The Chrysanthemums Zora Neale Hurston, Spunk Richard Wright, Big Black Good Man Eudora Welty
  • Livvie Eudora Welty: On the Addition of Meaning to Experience Nadine Gordimer
  • The Catch Jose Donoso, Paseo James Baldwin
  • Sonny's Blues Chinua Achebe: On Baldwin's Sadness Flannery O'Connor
  • A Good Man Is Hard to Find Michael Wickey: The Meaning of the Mesfit's Final Comment on the Grandmother Yukio Mishima
  • Swaddling Clothes Gabriel Garcia Marquez
  • A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings Gabriel GarcIa Marquez: On Matter-of-Factness in the Fantasy Alice Munro
  • Circle of Prayer Chinua Achebe
  • Girls of War Chinua Achebe: Fulfillment Rather than Self-Gratification Edna O'Brien
  • Sister Imelda Raymond Carver
  • Cathedral Raymond Carver: How Memories Find Their Way into Stories Joyce Carol Oates
  • Where Are You Going
  • Where Have You Been? Toni Cade Bambara
  • The Lesson Toni Cade Bambara: Wholesomeness versus Hatred Joseph Buchac III
  • Turtle Meat Bobbie Ann Mason
  • Shiloh Bobbie Ann Mason: On the Way Stories Grow from Nuggets Alice Walker
  • Everyday Use Houston A. Baker, Jr., and Charlotte Pierce-Baker: The Significance of the Quilt Thom Jones
  • The Pugilist at Rest Louise Erdrich
  • Snares Sandra Cisneros
  • Woman Hollering Creek Sandra Cisneros: On Fairy Tales, Myths, and Stories Ethan Canin
  • The Emperor of the Air David Leavitt
  • Territory David Leavitt: On the Importance of Seeing Oneself in Stories Poetry Anthology A Mini-Anthology of Poetry Image Matsuo Basho
  • The voice has wholly Chiyo
  • Morning glories Kohyo
  • The stick that strikes at it Issa
  • A butterfly
  • A child Ezra Pound
  • In a Station at the Metro H.D.
  • Evening William Carlos Williams
  • The Red Wheelbarrow Comparison Emily Dickinson
  • The Snow that never drifts Kofi Awoonor
  • The Weaver Bird May Swenson
  • How Everything Happens Diction Carolyn Kizer, Bitch Amy Clampitt, Beach Glass Dennis Brutus
  • Nightsong: City Sound Robert Herrick, Upon Julia's Clothes Alfred, Lord Tennyson, Come Down, O Maid Wilfred Owen
  • Arms and the Boy Robert Hayden
  • Those Winter Sundays Paula Gunn Allen, Hoop Dancer Tone Edna St. Vincent Millay, Recuerdo Robert Frost
  • Provide, Provide Wole Soyinka
  • Telephone Conversation Olga Broumas
  • Cinderella Chronological Collection Po Ch-i
  • In Early Summer Lodging in a Temple to Enjoy the Moonlight
  • Watching the Reapers
  • An Early Levee
  • Having Climbed to the Topmost Peak of the Incense-Burner Mountain
  • Pruning Trees
  • Rising Late and Playing with A-Ts'ui, Aged Two
  • On His Baldness
  • William Carlos Williams: To the Shade of Po Ch-i
  • James Wright: As I Step Over a Puddle at the End of the Winter
  • I Think of an Ancient Chinese Governor
  • Sonnet 55: Not Marble, nor the Gilded Monuments
  • Sonnet 65: Since Brass, nor Stone, nor Earth. nor Boundless Sea
  • Sonnet 73: That Time of Year Thou Mayst in Me Behold
  • Sonet 109: O, Never Say That I Was False of Heart
  • Sonnet 138: When My Love Swears That She Is Made of Truth
  • O Mistress Mine, Where Are You Roaming?
  • Come Away, Come Away, Death
  • Fear No More the Heat o' the Sun
  • A.E. Housman: On the Separation of Poetry and Thought
  • The Relic
  • The Canonization
  • A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning
  • The Good-Morrow
  • The Flea
  • Holy Sonnett 10: Death Be Not Proud, Though Some Have Called Thee
  • Holy Sonnett 14: Batter My Heart, Three-Personed God
  • Hymn to God My God, in My Sickness
  • A.E. Housman: On Wit Versus Poetry
  • T.S. Eliot: On Intellectual versus Reflective Poetry
  • John Milton, When I Consider How My Light Is Spent
  • On the Late Massacre at Piedmont
  • Methought I Saw My Late Espoused Saint
  • From Paradise Lost, Book IX, Lines 399-548, 994-1189
  • T.S. Eliot: On Poetry
  • Eyes and Tears
  • The Definition of Love
  • A Dialogue Between the Soul and the Body
  • To His Coy Mistress
  • Bermudas
  • Archibald MacLeish: You, Andrew Marvell
  • The Lamb
  • The Chimney Sweep
  • The Little Black Boy
  • The Tyger
  • The Sick Rose
  • A Poison Tree. London
  • Auguries of Innocence
  • And Did Those Feet
  • A.E. Housman: Blake's Revolt Against the Intellect
  • William Wordsworth, Tintern Abbey
  • She Dwelt Amoung the Untrodden Ways
  • Strange Fits of Passion I Have Known
  • There Was a Boy
  • The World Is Too Much With Us
  • Composed Upon Westminster Bridge
  • Resolution and Independence
  • William Wordsworth: Please Whom?
  • William Wordsworth: The Spontaneous Overflow of Powerful Feelings
  • When I Have Fears That I May Cease to Be
  • Ode on Melancholy
  • La Belle Dame Sans Merci
  • Ode to a Nightingale
  • Ode on a Grecian Urn
  • To Autumn
  • Countee Cullen: To John Keats, Poet, at Springtime
  • Alfred, Lord Tennyson, Mariana. The Kraken
  • Ulysses
  • Break, Break, Break
  • Tears, Idle Tears
  • Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal
  • In Memoriam Sections 2, 7, 11, 20
  • 39 T.S. Eliot: On Tennyson As an Instinctive Rebel
  • Robert Browning, My Last Duchess, Meeting at Night. Fra Lippo Lippi. Two in the Campagna
  • Curry: Browning's New Literary Form
  • Walt Whitman, Song of Myself, Section
  • 5 The Wound-Dresser. When I Heard the Learn'd Astronomer
  • A Noiseless, Patient Spider
  • To a Locomotive in Winter
  • Allen Ginsburg: A Supermarket in California
  • Charles Baudelaire, To the Reader
  • Correspondence
  • By Association
  • The King of the Rainy Country
  • The Little Old Women
  • Charles Baudelaire: On the Future of the Middle Class
  • Emily Dickinson, I Like a Look of Agony
  • Wild Nights--Wild Nights!
  • Of Bronze--and Blaze--
  • The Soul Selects Her Own Society--
  • What Soft--Cherubic Creatures--
  • I Died for Beauty--But Was Scarce
  • It Was Not Death, For I Stood Up
  • The Heart Asks Pleasure--First--
  • Because I Could Not Stop for Death--
  • My Life Had Stood--A Loaded Gun--
  • A Narrow Fellow in the Grass
  • My Life Closed Twice Before Its Close--
  • Richard Wilbur: On Dickinson's Religion
  • Christina Rossetti, In an Artist's Studio
  • Song (When I Am Dead My Dearest)
  • L.E.L.. Good Friday
  • Life and Death
  • By the Sea
  • 'They Des