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A collection of contemporary poetry in which four poets--Billy Collins, Seamus Heaney, Sharon Olds, and Mary Oliver--are represented by at least six poems each, offers students the opportunity to sample at greater length the works of poets of their own time. Updated with only the lightest touch, these concise guides to understanding fiction, poetry, and drama remain true to their original vision--and true to the serious study of literature.
The drama section is populated with both classic and contemporary pieces, with a number of one-act plays providing breadth for student analysis. In poetry and fiction, a compact anthology of additional selections for further reading provides enough examples to permit the comparative study by which literary merit is judged. About the Author Thomas R. Arp Thomas R. Arp received a B. In —, he produced educational television for the University of Michigan. He received an M. He became sole author of the books in and was joined by Greg Johnson in Arp passed away in Greg Johnson Greg Johnson received an M.
Table of Contents I. Why Write about Literature? For Whom Do You Write? Two Basic Approaches. Choosing a Topic. Papers of Comparison and Contrast. Papers on a Number of Works by a Single Author. Proving Your Point. Introducing Quotations Q1-Q Documentation by Works Cited.
Documentation of Electronic Sources. Stance and Style S1-S6. Grammar, Punctuation, and Usage: Common Problems. Grammar G1-G2. Punctuation P1-P5. Usage U1-U2. Writing Samples. Fiction The Elements of Fiction. Reading the Story.
Reviewing Chapter One. Suggestions for Writing. Plot and Structure. Reviewing Chapter Two. Reviewing Chapter Three. Reviewing Chapter Four. Point of View. Reviewing Chapter Five. Symbol, Allegory, and Fantasy. Reviewing Chapter Six. Humor and Irony. Reviewing Chapter Seven. Evaluating Fiction. Reviewing Chapter Eight. The Elements of Poetry. What Is Poetry? Understanding and Evaluating Poetry. Reading the Poem.
Denotation and Connotation. Figurative Language 2: Symbol, Allegory. Paradox, Overstatement, Understatement, Irony. Meaning and Idea. Musical Devices. Rhythm and Meter. Sound and Meaning. Evaluating Poetry 2: Poetic Excellence. Alfred Prufrock. The Elements of Drama. The Nature of Drama. Understanding and Evaluating Drama. Realistic and Nonrealistic Drama.
Tragedy and Comedy. Plays for Further Reading. Short stories new to the volume include works by Bernard Malamud, one of the most prominent figures in Jewish American literature, best-selling novelist Elizabeth Berg, and Pulitzer Prize winner Elizabeth Strout, author of a novel in stories. The drama section again includes a variety of one-act plays to present a wider range of dramatic styles and approaches, new classics by Moliere and Chekhov, as well as plays by Jane Martin, Luiz Valdez, and Wendy Wasserstein to feature more contemporary playwrights of diverse backgrounds.
Supplements All supplements have been updated in coordination with the Main title. Please see Main title page for new to this edition information.
Often these commentaries include biographical references and preliminary suggestions for appreciation and interpretation. You can even see the test you are creating on the screen exactly as it will print or display online. This easy-to-navigate, comprehensive resource features a variety of interactive writing projects; interactive tutorials on key literary concepts that allow students to explicate selected works; a rich, searchable multimedia library; downloadable podcasts of literature professors discussing canonical works; author biographies; quizzes; Web links; research guidance; trailers for The Wadsworth Original Film Series in Literature; and more!
This easy-to-navigate, comprehensive resource features a variety of interactive writing projects; interactive tutorials on key literary concepts that allow you to explicate selected works; a rich, searchable multimedia library; downloadable podcasts of literature professors discussing canonical works; author biographies; quizzes; Web links; research guidance; trailers for The Wadsworth Original Film Series in Literature; and more!
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