Book by Barnet Sylvan Cain William E Burto William E Berma
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Caution: the book you hold in your hands could change your life.
For almost fifty years, Introduction to Literature has been stirring up classroom discussion and providing topics for stimulating dinnertime conversation.
Revised and refined over the course of fifteen editions, this ever-new bestselling anthology introduces you to classic and contemporary poems, stories, and plays. Prepare to meet unforgettable characters, and to explore one of the world’s greatest frontiers — literature. This book meets Franz Kafka’s standard: “A book must be the ax for the frozen sea within us.”
Throughout Introduction to Literature, you’ll find plenty of student papers to get you thinking about how you can make the most of your own assignments. You can easily find help in three sections called “Students Writing about Stories,” “Students Writing about Poems,” and “Students Writing about Plays.”
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The latest edition of this classic text continues to set a high standard for introductory literature anthologies by maintaining the traditions that have made it a success while continuing to evolve through the addition of fresh, new readings.
Authors of collectively more than a dozen texts for both literature and composition, this distinguished team provides integrated coverage of the elements of literature and extensive discussions of the writing process. Carefully selected classic and contemporary works, arranged in innovative and enlightening ways, incorporate a range of diverse voices.
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Description du livre Longman, 2005. Paperback. État : New. book. N° de réf. du libraire 205557023
Description du livre Longman, 2005. Paperback. État : New. book. N° de réf. du libraire 0205557023