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Global Voices Contemporary Literature from the Non-Western World

ISBN-10: 0132997932
ISBN-13: 9780132997935
Edition: 1st 1995
List price: $63.00
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Description: Global Voices exists because we want our students to experience the literature of the major regions of the non-Western world--the Caribbean, Latin America, sub-Saharan Africa, the Middle East, South Asia, and East Chinua Achebe, Naguib Mahfouz,  More...

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List price: $63.00
Edition: 1st
Copyright year: 1995
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 12/27/1994
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 1056
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 2.442
Language: English

Global Voices exists because we want our students to experience the literature of the major regions of the non-Western world--the Caribbean, Latin America, sub-Saharan Africa, the Middle East, South Asia, and East Chinua Achebe, Naguib Mahfouz, Anita Desai, and Bei Dao offer a friendly bridge between our culture and theirs. The editors believe that expanding the range of literature studied beyond the traditional American, Canadian, and European canonical writers will help students better understand an increasingly interdependent world.

The Caribbean
Antigua
Girl
Barbados
A Wedding in Spring
To Da-Duh, in Memoriam
Red Rising; Xango
Dominica
The Day They Burned the Books
Guadaloupe
From The Bridge of Beyond
Guyana
Wherever I Hang; Tropical Death
Jamaica
If I Could Write This in Fire, I Would Write This in Fire
The Mulatta and the Minotaur; Lullaby for Jean Rhys; Nanny; For My Mother (May I Inherit Half Her Strength)
Martinique
Aimé Césaire, from Return to My Native Land
The Gift
Sea Grapes; The Swamp; The Castaway
Trinidad
From The Mystic Masseur
From The Dragon Can''t Dance
Latin America
Argentina
The Circular Ruins
Continuity of Parks
The Censors
Brazil
The Third Bank of the River
The Crime of the Mathematics Professor
Two Concrete Poems
Chile
Heights of Macchu Picchu
Litany of the Little Bourgeois; Mummies; Test; I Take Back Everything I''ve Said
Colombia
Balthazar''s Marvelous Afternoon
Cuba
Ballad of the Two Grandfathers; The Grandfather
Like the Night
José Lezama Lima from Paradiso
The Wounded
Guatemala
Angel Face
Mexico
San Ildefonso Nocturne
Tell Them Not to Kill Me! Carlos Fuentes, The Doll Queen
Peru
From The War at the End of the World
Puerto Rico
The Youngest Doll
Sub-Saharan Africa
Angola
Night; Kinaxixi; African Poetry; Western Civilizations
Botswana
The Collector of Treasures
Ghana
Something to Talk About on the Way to the Funeral
Kenya
Minutes of Glory
Malawi
Messages; On His Royal Blindness Paramount Chief Kwangala; When This Carnival Finally Closes
Nigeria
Piano and Drums; You Laughed and Laughed and Laughed; Once upon a Time
The Madman
The Strong Breed
Senegal
Black Woman; Totem; New York; You Held the Black Face for Khalam; Be Not Amazed; In What Tempestuous Night; Prayer to Masks; Senegal; Visit; Luxembourg 1939
Tribal Scars or The Voltaique
South Africa
Comrades
Death of a Son
Uganda
My Husband''s Tongue Is Bitter; What Is Africa to Me?
The Middle East
Algeria
There Is No Exile
Egypt
Zaabalawi
She Has No Place in Paradise
Iran
The Stray Dog
Window; Friday
Iraq
Rain Song; Song in August
Israel
At the Outset of the Day
The Gypsy
The Dress; The Sound of Birds at Noon; Pride; From Day to Night; Distant Land
Kuwait
A New Definition of the Third World; A Thousand Times More Beautiful; A Covenant; Sojourn Forever; Free Harbour; You Alone
Lebanon
A Spaceship of Tenderness to the Moon
Our Daily Bread
Palestine
Death of Bed Number 12
Sudan
The Doum Tree of Wad Hamid
Turkey
On Living; The Strangest Creature on Earth; Some Advice to Those Who Will Serve Time in Prison; Awakening; Evening Walk
South Asia
India
The Master Carpenter
Her Dream; Household Fires
Do Something, Brother
Traitor; The Knot
Process of Creation; The Weed
Minority Poem; In India
Breast-Giver
Preparations of War; Archaeological Find
Love Poem for a Wife 1; Small-scale Reflections on a Great House
Process of Change; Half-an- Hour''s Argument
On Reading a Love Poem
The City, Evening, and an Old Man: Me
Bread
The Color of Nothingness
The Farewell Party
A Rat and a Sparrow
A Desire in Her Bangles
Nepal
The Half-Closed Eyes of the Buddha and the Slowly Setting Sun
Pakistan
Purvai—The Easterly Wind
The Bird
Khalida
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