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Literatures of Asia, Africa, and Latin America : from antiquity to the present

Author: Willis Barnstone; Tony Barnstone
Publisher: Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall, ©1999.
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This extraordinary anthology gathers together a tremendously broad selection of representative, authoritative writings -- spanning antiquity to the present -- from the most ancient non-Western civilizations of Asia, Africa, and Latin America.
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Literatures of Asia, Africa, and Latin America.
Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall, ©1999
(OCoLC)652268901
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Willis Barnstone; Tony Barnstone
ISBN: 0023060654 9780023060656 0023060646 9780023060649
OCLC Number: 33133252
Description: lviii, 1990 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Section 1: Asia/India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh. The Vedic period (c.1500-200 B.C.): The Rig Veda. The Upanishads --
Buddhist texts (c. fifth century B.C. to A.D. 255): Theravada Buddhist texts --
Mahayana Buddhist texts (before A.D. 255) --
Classical Sanskrit, Prakrit, and Tamil literatures (c.200 B.C.-A.D. 1100): Valmiki. The Bhagavad-Gita. Poems of love and war (from the classical anthologies). The Gatha Saptashati. Tales from the Panchatantra. Kalidasa. Vijjika (Vidya). Bhartrihari. Amaru --
Regional Bhakti (devotional) literatures (c. tenth to sixteenth centuries): Basavanna. Mahadevi (Mahadeviyakka). Jayadeva. Lalla. Chandidas. Kabir. Mirabai --
The modern period (nineteenth and twentieth centuries): Ghalib (Asadullah Khan Ghalib). Rabindranath Tagore. Mahatma Gandhi (Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi). Sarat Chandra Chatterjee. Premchand. Jibanananda Das. R.K. Narayan. Faiz Ahmed Faiz. Ruth Prawer Jhabvala. Bharati Mukherjee. Salman Rushdie. Section 1. Asia/China. Zhou dynasty (1027-221 B.C.): The book of songs. Confucius. Laozi (Lao Tzu). Zhuangzi (Chuang Tzu). The songs of Chu (attributed to Qu Yuan Ch'u Yuan) --
Han dynasty (206 B.C.-A.D. 220): Liu Xijun (Liu Hsi-chun). Anonymous folk songs from the music bureau. Fu Xuan (Fu Hsuan) --
Six dynasties period (A.D. 220-589): Lu Ji (Lu Chi). Tao Qian (T'ao Ch'ien) --
Tang dynasty (618-907): Wang Wei. Li Bai (Li Pai). Du Fu (Tu Fu). Meng Jiao (Meng Chiao). Han Yu. Xue Tao (Hsueh T'ao). Li Gongzuo (Li Kung-tso). Bo Juyi (Po Chu-i). Liu Zongyuan (Liu Tsung-yuan). Yuan Zhen (Yuan Chen). Sikong Tu (Ssu-k'ung T'u). Yu Xuanji (Yu Hsuan-chi). Li Yu --
Song dynasty (960-1279): Mei Yaochen (Mei Yao-ch'en). Ouyang Xiu (Ou-yang Hsiu). Su Dongpo (Su Tung-p'o). Li Qingzhao (Li Ch'ing-chao). Poets' Jade dust. --
Yuan dynasty (1280-1367): Ma Zhiyuan (Ma Chih-yuan). Shi Naian (Shih Nai-an) and Luo Guanzhong (Lo Kuan-chung) --
Ming dynasty (1368-1644): Wu Chengen (Wu Ch'eng-en) --
Qing dynasty (1644-1911): Pu Songling (Pu Song-ling). Yuan Mei. Li Ruzhen (Li Ju-chen). Cao Xueqin (Ts'ao Hsueh-chin) and Gao E (Kao E) --
The modern era: Lu Xun (Lu Hsun). Mao Zedong (Mao Tse-tung). Wen Yiduo (Wen I-to). Lao She. Wang Meng. Chen Rong (Ch'en Jung). Bei Dao (Pei Tao). Shu Ting (Shu T'ing). Liang Heng and Judith Shapiro. Yang Lian (Yang Lien). Ha Jin (Ha Chin). Chou Ping. Tang Yaping (T'ang Ya-p'ing). Section 1. Asia/Japan. Ancient period (to 794): Poems from the Manyoshu (Collection of ten thousand leaves). Empress Iwanohime. Empress Jito. Kakinomoto Hitomaro. The Priest Mansei. Lady Ki. Otomo Yakamochi. Lady Kasa. Lady Otomo Sakanoue --
Heian period (794-1186): Ki no Tsurayuki. Ono no Komachi. Lady Ise. From The tales of Ise. Sei Shonagon. Izumi Shikibu. Murasaki Shikibu. Saigyo --
Kamakura/Nambokucho periods (1186-1392): The Middle counselor of the riverbank's stories. Tales of times now past. Tale of the Heike. Kamo no Chomei. Fujiwara no Teika (Sadaie). Dogen. Zen stories from Sand and pebbles (and other collections). Muso Soseki. Kenko --
Muromachi/Momoyama periods (1392-1603): Zeami Motokiyo --
Tokugawa/Edo periods (1603-1868): Ihara Saikaku. Matsuo Basho and his school. Chikamatsu Monzaemon. Yosa Buson (Taniguchi Buson). Ryokan. Issa --
Modern period (1868-present): Natsume Soseki. Shiki (Masaoka Shiki). Yosano Akiko. Tanizaki Junichiro. Akutagawa Ryunosuke. Kawabata Yasunari. Nakamoto Takako. Sakaki Nanao. Tamura Ryuichi. Abe Kobo. Mishima Yukio. Shiraishi Kazuko. Tanikawa Shuntaro. Oe Kenzaburo. Murakami Haruki. Section 2. Near East and North Africa (the Bridge). Sumerian, Akkadian, and ancient Egyptian literatures: The pyramid texts. Enheduanna. From The Epic of Gilgamesh. Adapa: the man. The Shipwrecked sailor. The Tale of the doomed prince. The Book of the Dead. Ancient Egyptian love poems --
Biblical literature: The Old Testament. The New Testament. Intertestament: Jewish Pseudepigrapha, Dead Sea Scrolls, Jewish-Christian odes, Gnostic scripture. Neoplatonism --
Early Arabic literature: Al-Khansa. Muallaqat. The Quran. Rabia the mystic. Abu Nuwas. The Thousand and one nights. Usamah ibn Munqidh --
Poems of Arab Andalusia: Ibn Shuhayd. Ibn Hazm. Solomon ben Gabirol. Ibn Ammar. Ibn Burd. Judah Halevi. Abu I-Hasan al Husr. Ibn. Abi-l-Haytham. Ibn Iyad. Abu I-Hasan ibn al Qabturnuh. Abu l-Qasim al Manisi --
Persian literature: Ferdowski (Abul Qasim Hasan Ferdowsi). Omar Khayyam. Attar (Farid ad-Din Attar). Rumi (Jalal ad-Din Rumi). Sadi. Hafiz (Khajeh Shamsoddin Mohammad Hafez-e Shirazi) --
Modern Arabic, Hebrew, Turkish, Alexandrian Greek, and Persian literatures: Traditional song. Constantine Cavafy. S.Y. Agnon. Nazim Hikmet. Naguib Mahfouz. Mririda Nait Attik. Yashar Kemal. Nizar Qabbani. Yehuda Amichai. Badr Shakir al-Sayyab. Yusuf Idris. Joyce Mansour. Adunis (Ali Ahmed Said). Dan Pagis. Nawal al-Saadawi. Forugh Farrokhzad. Reza Baraheni. Dahlia Ravikovitch. Haydar Haydar. Mohamed el-Bisatie. Amos Oz. Mohammed Mrabet. Mahmud Darwish. Hatif Janabi. Khaled Mattawa. Section 3. Sub-Saharan Africa/The premodern period. Oral creation myths: Bumba vomits the world. Cagn orders the world. The separation of God from man (Krachi) --
Oral epics, stories, songs: Sundiata, an epic of old Mali. Emperor Shaka the great, a Zulu epic. Damara folktale. Traditional songs of Africa --
Slave narrative. --
The modern period: Alan Paton. Leopold Sedar Senghor. Bernard Binlin Dadie. Birago Diop. A.C. Jordan. Doris Lessing. Peter Abrahams. Ezekiel (Es'Ka) Mphahlele. Amos Tutuola. Agostinho Neto. Nadine Gordimer. Dennis Brutus. Alex La Guma. Camara Laye. Ferdinand Oyono. Chinua Achebe. Richard Rive. Tchicaya U Tam'si. Ingrid Jonker. Wole Soyinka. Jose Luandino Vieira. Bessie Head. Ngugi wa Thiong'o (James Ngugi). Breyten Breytenbach. J.M. Coetzee. Arthur Nortje. Stephen Watson. Ben Okri. Mia Couto. Dambudzo Marechera. Section 4. Precolumbian America, Latin America, and Caribbean/Native American literature of Precolumbian and later periods. Quechua language: Apu Inca Atawallpaman. The Huarochiri manuscript. Zithuwa hymns. Afu Ollantay. Folk songs and poems. Folk tales --
Carib languages: Watunna: an Orinoco creation cycle --
Maya language: The Chilam Balam book of Chumayel. Ritual of the Becabs. X-Kolom-Che --
Quiche-Maya language: Popol Vuh --
Nahuatl language: Tlatelolco annals. The Aztec priests' speech. Twenty sacred hymns. Legend of the suns. Cuauhtitlan annals. Florentine codex. Cantares Mexicanos. Yancuic Tlahtolli: the new word. Section 4. Precolumbian America, Latin America, and Caribbean/Discovery, conquest, and the colonies; Christopher Columbus. Bartolome de las Casas. Bernal Diaz del Castillo. The Inca Garcilaso de la Vega. Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz --
Nineteenth and twentieth centuries: Domingo Faustino Sarmiento. Ricardo Palma. Jose Hernandez. Machado de Assis. Jose Marti. Ruben Dario. Ramon Lopez Velarde. Ricardo Guiraldes. Manuel Bandeira. Gabriela Mistral. Cesar Vallejo. Alfonsina Storni. Vicente Huidobro. Miguel Angel Asturias. Jorge Luis Borges. Cecilia Meireles.Carlos Drummond de Andrade. Alejo Carpentier. Joao Guimaraes Rosa. Juan Carlos Onetti. Jorge Amado. Leon Damas. Vinicius de Moraes. Aime Cesaire. Julia de Burgos. Julio Cortazar. Octavio Paz. Nicanor Parra. Juan Rulfo. Juan Jose Arreola. Joao Cabral de Melo Neto. Derek Walcott. Clarice Lispector. Jose Donoso. Jaime Sabines. Ernesto Cardenal. Rosario Castellanos. Rene Depestre. Carlos Fuentes. Gabriel Garcia Marquez. Guillermo Cabrera Infante. V.S. Naipaul. Luisa Valenzuela. Jose Emilio Pacheco. Gustavo Sainz. Isavel Allende. Reinaldo Arenas. Jamaica Kincaid. Laura Esquivel. Giannina Braschi.
Responsibility: edited and with introductions by Willis Barnstone, Tony Barnstone.
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