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Cycle 7; essays, short stories, poems for freshman English

Author: James Burl Hogins; Robert E Yarber
Publisher: Chicago, Science Research Associates [1973]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James Burl Hogins; Robert E Yarber
OCLC Number: 605074
Description: 493 pages illustrations 24 cm
Contents: Part I: The Inner Person --
The Human Being is a Lonely Creature (poem) / Robert Eberhart --
Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night (poem) / Dylan Thomas --
Man's Unconquerable Mind / Gilbert Highet --
The Disease Called Man / Norman O. Brown --
Can People Be Judged By Their Appearance? / Eric Berne --
The Terror and Love in Loneliness / Clark E. Moustakas --
The Importance of Dreams / Carl G. Jung --
Escape From Freedom / Erich Fromm --
Confessions of an English Opium Eater / Thomas DeQuincey --
Sport: If You Want to Build Character, Try Something Else / Bruce C. Ogilive and Thomas A. Tutko --
A Technology of Behavior / B.F. Skinner --
Exodus (short story) / James Baldwin --
Part II: Oppressed Peoples --
A Moment Please (poem) / Samuel Allen (Paul Vesey) --
Anthem For Doomed Youth (poem) / Wilford Owen --
The Nature of Women / John Stuart Mill --
The Myth of the Impotent Black Male / Robert Staples --
A Manifesto on Male Liberation / Sheperd Mead --
What It Would Be Like If Women Win / Gloria Steinem --
The Cry of the Ghetto / Kenneth B. Clark --
Hard Travelin' / Cesar Chavez --
Whitey's on the Moon Now / William Eastlake --
Nothing in Common with Whites / Donald revves --
War Behind Walls / Edward Bunker --
To the Chicago Abyss (short story) / Ray Bradbury --
Part III: Language, Education and Media --
The Dangling Conversation (poem) / Paul Simon --
since feeling is first (poem) / e.e. cummings --
Polluting Our Language / Douglas Bush --
A Generative Rhetoric of the Sentence / Francis Christensen --
The Language of Prurient Interest / Lenny Bruce --
On Style and the Best Manner of Writing / Ben Jonson --
Three Bears in Search of an Author (parody) / Dan Greenburg --
Language / Ralph Waldo Emerson --
Black English / Dorothy Z. Seymour / Are You Making Yourself Clear? / Norman Cousins --
Metaphor / I.A. Ricahards --
The Language of New Politics / Pete Hamill --
The Sounds of Silence / Edward and Mildred Hall --
Education and Technology / R. Buckminster Fuller --
Who Runs the University: A Student's View / Robert S. Powell Jr. --
The Revolt of the Diminished Man / Archibald MacLeish --
Electronic Journalism / John Chancellor --
Print Journalism / Harrison Salisbury --
The Fourth Revolution / Isaac Asimov --
The Post-Literate Man / Marshall McLuhan --
Bloodstains (short story) / Joyce Carol Oates --
The Garden of Forking Paths (short story) / Jorge Luis Borges --
Part IV: Creators and Creations --
Sculptor (poem) / Sylvia Plath --
Estranged from Beauty None Can Be (poem) / Emily Dickinson --
Art and Truth / Plato --
The War Novel: From Mailer to Vonnegut / Alfred Kazin --
The Poetry of Chairman Mao / N.G.D. Malmqvist --
Interview: Arthur Penn / Eric Sherman and Martin Rubin --
John Wayne: A Love Song / Joan Didion --
James Earl Jones / Rex Reed --
The Necessity of Art / Herbert Read --
Part V: Spaceship in Trouble --
Birches (poem) / Robert Frost --
Suburban Prophecy (poem) / Howard Nemerov --
On Being A Scientist / Mitchell Wilson --
How To Survive Good in the Wilderness / Mitford S. Poltroon --
Why Fly Fisherman Are Big Snobs / Milford S. Poltroon --
The Snout / Loren Eiseley --
Introduction to Ecotastics / Ralph Nader --
Saving The Crusade / Peter F. Druckler --
Spaceship in Trouble / Paul R. Ehrlich and Richard Harriman --
Hills Like White Elephant (short story) / Ernest Hemingway --
Black is My Favorite Color (short story) / Bernard Malamud --
Part VI: Society: Some Alternatives --
I, Too, Sing America (poem) / Langston Hughes --
The Civilized Identity Society / William Glasser --
The Many Faces of Crime / Ramsey Clark --
The Peter Principle / Laurence J. Peter and Raymond Hull --
The Invisible Intruders / Peter Schrag --
The Roots of Radicalism / Bruno Bettelheim --
A Case For Tradition / Clinton Rossiter --
A Case For Rebellion / William O. Douglas --
Little Red Riding Helmet (parody) / Mark G. Polak --
A Confederate General from Big Sur (short story) / Richard Brautigan --
The Killer: A Story (short story) / Norman Mailer --
Part VII: Values --
Pied Beauty (poem) / Gerard Manley Hopkins --
when any mortal (even the most odd) / e.e. cummings --
The Quest for Civilization / Kenneth Clark --
On Rediscovering Jesus / Malcolm Muggeridge --
Psychedelics and Religious Experience / Alan W. Watts --
Seven Words to Live By / John W. Gardner --
Who Shall Live? Who Shall Die? / Hallam Tennyson --
The Old Man / Larry L. King --
The Guest (short story) / Albert Camus --
Glossary of Rhetorical Terms --
Guide to Rhetoric --
Index
Responsibility: [compiled by] James Burl Hogins [and] Robert Earl Yarber.

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