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Literature A Refreshing Alternative To Voluminous Literature Anthologies, This Compact, Inexpensive, And Diverse Collection Of Fiction, Poetry, And Drama Provides A Concise Yet Complete Introduction To The Study Of Literature Organized Chronologically Within Each Genre, The Wide Range Of Selections Features Both Classic And Contemporary Authors, Presenting A Diversity Of Forms And Voices Individual Fiction, Poetry, And Drama Introductions Provide An Overview For Reading And Analyzing Each Genre, Defining Key Terms In Context Biographical Headnotes Highlight Common Themes And Ideas In The Author S Body Of Work Individuals Who Want A Brief Overview Of The Literary Genres

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  • Paperback
  • 1408 pages
  • Literature
  • R.S. Gwynn
  • English
  • 13 April 2017
  • 0321366298

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10 thoughts on “Literature

  1. says:

    I love this because it has awesome short stories and poems It s also my textbook, so I carry it with me anyways entertainment on the go.

  2. says:

    Literature A Pocket Anthology R.S GwynnOther Short StoriesIn the text Literature A Pocket Anthology by R.S Gwynn we find short stories in here about conflict and appreciation In the first short story A White Heron by Sarah Orne Jewett the main character Sylvia finds her self conflicted when she finally breaks out of her comfort zone to try to please a stranger her and her Grandmother invited over She has to decide whether to please a new charming stranger by showing him a bird to hunt or t Literature A Pocket Anthology R.S GwynnOther Short StoriesIn the text Literature A Pocket Anthology by R.S Gwynn we find short stories in here about conflict and appreciation In the first short story A White Heron by Sarah Orne Jewett the main character Sylvia finds her self conflicted when she finally breaks out of her comfort zone to try to please a stranger her and her Grandmother invited over She has to decide whether to please a new charming stranger by showing him a bird to hunt or to go with her moral gut and save this rare bird In the second short story Everyday Use by Alice Walker we see that Dee the oldest daughter comes back home to visit her mother and younger sister Maggie When Dee stays with her family again she demands to take certain items from the house such as the family quilt but yet she ridicules her family s roots and heritage at the same time.I liked these two stories but for different reasons I appreciated A White Heron because it encourages the reader to look back on their morals and see if their minds would change by the influence of another person I feel like this story is good to teach students regarding moral dilemma There is no content warning for this story I enjoyed Everyday Use because of the valuable lesson it teaches on respecting your family and being proud of who you are This story gives the reader the idea that you need to be grateful for both you and your family past This story as well has no content warning

  3. says:

    This review is for the 5th edition of Literature A Pocket Anthology I chose this text for a course on a critical approach to literature, and love the selection of poems and short stories in particular For my students, this text is at the right price point, and we ll make great use of the book as a whole.BUT The indexing was done horribly and is basically unreliable For example, Daddy by Sylvia Plath is listed as page 634, when it is actually pages 706 708 I have bumped into this several t This review is for the 5th edition of Literature A Pocket Anthology I chose this text for a course on a critical approach to literature, and love the selection of poems and short stories in particular For my students, this text is at the right price point, and we ll make great use of the book as a whole.BUT The indexing was done horribly and is basically unreliable For example, Daddy by Sylvia Plath is listed as page 634, when it is actually pages 706 708 I have bumped into this several times during our study of poetry, and it s somewhat problematic If students are looking up a poem by title without an author s name handy, they really have no hope of finding the poem if the index has listed it incorrectly.Also, the index of authors, titles, and first lines of poems omits a number of poems both by title and first line , and even some authors And the page errors continue for the authors as well Walt Whitman is listed as page 60, but he s actually on 560 Boo I would strongly suggest that Pearson use both an indexing program and a human eye on their future editions.Actually, I would be happy to be that human eye, so go ahead and message me, Pearson I would consider it a gift responsibility to humanity and would do this free of charge

  4. says:

    an anthology of wonderful short stories and classic poetry perfectly filtered for the convenient and inconsistent literature buff like myself Excellent writing, low commitment, and classic reading in small doses What is not to love

  5. says:

    I had to read for class it wasn t bad had good stories and plays The poem section was not my favorite but otherwise I enjoyed it Learned a lot about Literature that s for sure

  6. says:

    good

  7. says:

    great selection of contemporary poetry Eclectic, international, wide ranging choices of writers and materials Really highly recommended

  8. says:

    text book for into to crit and lit studies

  9. says:

    96 1285

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