To Read Literature

ISBN-10: 0030555426

ISBN-13: 9780030555428

Edition: 3rd 1992

Authors: Donald Hall

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This book introduces the three principal types or genres of literature: fiction, poetry, and drama in a way that helps students read literature with pleasure, intelligence, and discrimination.
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Book details

List price: $201.95
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 1992
Publisher: Cengage Heinle
Publication date: 1/2/1992
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 1340
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.00" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 2.530
Language: English

Donald Hall ranks among our foremost writers. He is the author of numerous books of verse & prose, including "Without," "The Museum of Clear Ideas," & "The Old Life."

To the Student and to the Instructor
To Read a Story
One Modern Short Story
From Parable to Sketch to Short Story
Telling Good Fiction from Bad
Plot
Character
Setting
Point of View and Irony
Style and Tone
Theme
Symbolism
Two Modes of Contemporary Fiction
Longer Fiction: The Short Novel
Stories for Further Reading
The Madman
The Lesson
The Secret Miracle
A Small, Good Thing
The Story of An Hour
Battle Royal
The Train from Rhodesia
On the Road
What I Have Been Doing Lately
The Rocking-Horse Winner
The Middle Ages
Jasmine
Guests of the Nation
The Murders in the Rue Morgue
Storyteller
Gimpel the Fool
The Chrysanthemums
Two Kinds
Nineteen Fifty-Five
To Read a Poem
Good Poems
Poems Are Made of Words
Images
Figures of Speech, Especially Metaphors
Tone, with a Note on Intentions
Symbols and Allusions
The Sound of Poems
Meter and Rhyme
Forms and Types of Poetry
Versions of the Same
Four Poets
A Gathering of Poems
Working with Tools
Dover Beach
Rivers and Mountains
You Are Happy
MusTe des Beaux Arts
In Memory of
The Unknown Citizen
Perfecto Flores
Careers
The Wild Geese
from The Dream Songs
The Fish
The Lamb
The Tyger
The Garden of Love
London
Hunting Pheasants in a Cornfield
Cartography
The Bean Eaters. We Real Cool
My Last Duchess
Stanzas
Rose-Cheeked Laura
Jabberwocky
I am
Tom Clark
Poem
my dream about the cows
my dream about the poet
from The Bridge. from Voyages
The Rain
Poem, or Beauty Hurts
The Heaven of Animals
The Canonization. Death, Be Not Proud
On the Debt My Mother Owed to Sears Roebuck
Horse and Tree
To the Memory of
On Hurricane
Poetry, A Natural Thing
The Groundhog
The Love Song of
Journey of the Magi
Owls
The Savior is Abducted in Puerto Rico
from the Rub�iy�t of Omar Khayy�m
Three Woodchoppers
America
Gratitude
In Broken Images
On the Move
Sea Rose
The Ruined Maid
Middle Passage
A Drink of Water. Song. Iron Spike
The Dover Bitch: A Criticism of Life
Church Monuments
Delight in Disorder
Merlin Orpheus and Eurydice
The Rainy Season
The Legend
Spring and Fall
The Windhover
To an Athlete Dying Young
Hope
Bad Luck Card
Homecoming
Thrushes
Degrees of Gray in Philipsburg
Eighth Air Force
Hurt Hawks
To Heaven
Counting the Mad
In Prominent Bar Secaucus One Day
The Bear
Hard Rock Returns to Prison from the Hospital for the Criminal Insane
I Strove with None
Aubade
The Song of a
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