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Author: Marcia Stubbs; Sylvan Barnet; William E Cain
Publisher: New York : Longman, ©2003.
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Genre/Form: Problems and exercises
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marcia Stubbs; Sylvan Barnet; William E Cain
ISBN: 0321091388 9780321091383
OCLC Number: 48942278
Description: xxxii, 918 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm
Contents: * New selections are asterisked.Preface. 1. A Writer Reads. Previewing.Skimming.The Dying Family, J.H. Plumb.Highlights, Underlining, Annotating.Summarizing.Critical Thinking: Analyzing the Text.Tone and Persona.2. A Reader Writes. We Have No "Right to Happiness," C.S. Lewis.Responding to an Essay.The Writing Process.Getting Ready to Write a Draft.A Revised Draft: Persuasive Strategies in C.S. Lewis's "We Have No 'Right to Happiness'."Rethinking the Thesis: Preliminary Notes.The Final Version: Style and Argument: An Examination of C.S. Lewis's "We Have No 'Right to Happiness'".A Brief Overview of the Final Version.A Checklist for Analyzing and Evaluating an Essay That You Are Writing About.3. Academic Writing. Kinds of Prose.More About Critical Thinking: Analysis and Evaluation.Joining the Conversation: Writing About Differing Views.Writing about Essays That Are Not Directly Related: A Student's Notes and Journal Entries.The Student's Final Version: "Two Ways of Thinking About Today's Families."Interviewing.Guidelines for Conducting the Interview and Writing the Essay.Topics for Writing.Using Quotations.A Checklist for Editing: Thirteen Questions to Ask Yourself.4. Writing an Argument. The Aims of an Argumentative Essay.Negotiating Agreements: The Approach of Carl R. Rogers.A Checklist for Rogerian Argument.Three Kinds of Evidence: Examples, Testimony, Statistics.How Much Evidence Is Enough?Avoiding Fallacies.Drafting an Argument.Organizing an Argument.Persona and Style.An Overview: An Examination of an Argument.*Hollow Claims About Fantasy Violence, Richard Rhodes.A Checklist for Revising Drafts of Arguments.5. Reading and Writing About Pictures. The Language of Pictures.Sample Analyses of Pictures.*Joan Daremo, Edward Munch's "The Scream."*James Twitchell, She's Very Charlie.Thinking About Dorothea Lange's Migrant.Mother, Nipomo, California. Did Dorothea Lange Pose Her Subject for "Migrant Mother," A Sample Essay by a Student.A Short Published Essay on a Photograph.Last Words.6. Memoirs: Discovering the Past. Illustrations.Robert Doisneau, Wedding in the Poitoyu.*Mark R. Harrington, Oneida Family Portrait.Vietnam Veterans Memorial.Short Views.Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Samuel Johnson, Elizabeth Bowen, Marcel Proust, Susan Sontag, Sholem Asch, Alexander Chase, Elbert Hubbard, Christina Rossetti, Evelyn Waugh, Lord Byron, Martial, Oscar Wilde.Texas 1961, Mary Karr.Brooklyn and Limerick, Frank McCourt.*First Memories, Bobbie Anne Mason.*My Boyhood Home, Jimmy Carter.War Games, Black Elk.*On Money, Religion, and Sex, Katherine Graham.*Graduation, Maya Angelou.Writing and Reading, Richard Wright.Fan, Doris Kearns Goodwin.*You're Not Catholic, Are You?, Ted Solotaroff.The Secret, Eudora Welty.Powder, Tobias Wolff.Incident, Countee Cullen.*7. A Sense of Place. Illustrations.George Hight, Navajo Dancers Entertaining a Tourist Train, June 1963, Durango Colorado.Ernest C. Withers, "No White People Allowed in Zoo Today".David Hockney, Pearblossom Highway.Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin on the Moon.Short Views:Robert Burton, Charles Dickens, Joan Didion, Seneca the Younger, Henry David Thoreau, Greater Puget Sound Apartment Guide, Gloria Anzaldua, John Howard Payne, Robert Frost, Muhammed Ali, Margaret Mead and Rhoda Metraux, John F Kennedy, Omar Khayyam, Ernest Hemingway.The American Indian Wilderness, Louis Owens.A Woman's Land, Sallie Bingham.Now or Never, Bill McKibben.A Good Neighborhood, Jane Jacobs.A Tale of Two Cities, Jim Yardley and Micheline Mayanard.Atlanta: In Its Heart, It's a Southern Town, Kevin Sack.On Going Home, Joan Didion.Place Without Space, Nicholas Negroponte.September 11, 2001, John Updike.Looking Backward, Edward Bellamy.Araby, James Joyce.Lying in a Hammock at William Duffy's Farm in Pine Island, Minnesota, James Wright.8. All in the Family. Illustrations.Sonia, Joanne Leonard.Why One's Parents Got Married, R. Chast.Mrs. Brown and Catharine, Faith Ringgold.The Acrobat's Family with a Monkey, Pablo Picasso.Short Views.Anonymous, Marcel Proust, Leo Tolstoy, James Boswell, Jessie Bernard, Mary Wollstonecraft, Jane Austen, Eudora Welty.The Family, Lewis Coser.Rituals of Passage: Weddings, William J. Doherty.Scenes from an Intermarriage, Gabrielle Glaser.Confessions of an Erstwhile Child, Anonymous.Political Economy and Family Policy, Julie Matthaei.Here Comes the Groom: A (Conservative) Case for Gay Marriage, Andrew Sullivan.The Second Shift: Employed Women Are Putting in Another Day of Work at Home, Arlie Hochschild.High Horse's Courting, Black Elk.*Keeping Up With Your Kids, Josh Quittner.Child of Divorce, Celia E. Rothenberg.Girl, Jamaica Kincaid.*Those Winter Days, Robert Hayden.*A Casebook on Barbie. Beauty and the Barbie Doll, Anonymous.Barbie Curtsies to Political Correctness, Kevin Leary.Barbie as Boy Toy, Meg Wolitzer.Sex and the Single Doll, Yona Zeldis McDonough.Barbie Doll, Marge Piercy.Buddhist Barbie, Denise Duhamel.9. Identities. Illustrations.Grandfather and Grandchildren Awaiting Evacuation Bus, Dorothea Lange.Behind the Bar, Birney, Montana, Marion Post Wolcott.American Gothic, Grant Wood.American Gothic, Gordon Parks.Short Views.Margaret Mead, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Simone de Beauvoir, Heather Formaini, Israel Zangwill, Lawrence Fuchs, Theodore Roosevelt, Woodrow Wilson, Vladimir I. Lenin, Joyce Carol Oates, Martin Luther King, Jr., Zora Neale Hurston, Shirley Chisolm.Women's Brains, Stephen J. Gould.Why Boys Don't Play with Dolls, Katha Pollitt.The Sports Taboo, Malcom Gladwell.How Friendship was "Feminized," Carol Tavris.The Men We Carry in Our Minds...and How They Differ from the Real Lives of Most Men, Scott Russell Sanders.The Male Myth, Paul Theroux.Goodbye, Saigon, Finally, Andrew Lam.Two Ways to Belong in America, Bharati Mukherjee.Thoughts of an Oriental Girl, Emily Tsao.A Question of Language, Gloria Naylor.Double Identity, Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston.The "Scientific" War on the Poor, Brent Staples.Snapshot: Lost Lives of Women, Amy Tan.The Stolen Party, Liliana Hecker.Immigrants, Pat Mora.A Casebook on Race. Race, New Columbia Encyclopedia.*A Note on Segregated Society, Jimmy Carter.Three Is Not Enough, Sharon Begley.*Hailing While Black, Shelby Steele.*Race is Over, Stanley Crouch.Ethnicity and Disney: It's a Whole New Myth, Edward Rothstein.Picturing Identity.Before the Mirror, John Updike.Girl Before a Mirror, Pablo Picasso.Marxism Will Give Health to the Sick, Frida Kahlo.The Gulf Stream, Winslow Homer.Self-Portrait, Vincent van Gogh.Nude Descending a Staircase No. 2, Marcel Duchamp.Just What Is It That Makes Today's Homes So Different, So Appealing, Richard Hamilton.Gold Marilyn Monroe, Andy Warhol.Two Women Dressing Their Hair, Kitagawa Utgamaro.Beauty and Sadness, Cathy Song.10. Teaching and Learning. Illustrations.*Blackboard, Winslow Homer.The Lesson-Planning a Career, Ron James.St. Jerome Studying in His Cell, Georges de la Tour.Doonesbury, Gary Trudeau.Short Views.Francis Bacon, Robert Burton, Paul Goodman, Paul B. Diederich, Hasidic Tale, William Cory, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Emma Goldman, Jean Jacques Rousseau, Jesse Jackson, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Alan Watts, D. H. Lawrence, Prince Kroptkin, John Ruskin, Confucius, Anonymous Zen Anecdote, Joseph Wood Krutch, Phillis Bottome.The Myth of the Cave, Plato.Public and Private Language, Richard Rodriguez.Why Do American Kids Learn So Little?, Ernest Van den Haag.Graduation, Maya Angelou.Order In the Classroom, Neil Postman.Japanese Education: How Do They Do It?, Merry White.On Raising Moral Children, Robert Coles.How Women Learn, Mary Field Belenky, Blythe McVicker Clinchy, Nancy Rule Goldberger, and Jill Mattuck Tarule.The Classroom and the Wider Culture: Identity as a Key to Learning in English Composition, Fan Shen.A Proposal to Abolish Grading, Paul Goodman.*In Defense of Testing, Diana Ravitch.Education, E. B. White.*The Feng Shui of Schools, Katie Zernike.Unplugged, David Gelernter.*On the Eve of Extinction: Four Years of High School, Hubert B. Herring.*Classrooms for Sale, Nadya Labi.The Lesson, Toni Cade Bambara.Zen and the Art of Burglary, Wu-tsu Fa-yen.*A Casebook on the SAT. *Standardized Tests and Access to American Universities, Richard C. Atkinson.*Two Cheers for an End to the SAT, Alfie Kohn.*Is This the End for the SAT?, Gary M. Lavergne.*Why Dropping the SAT is Bad for Blacks, Jack E. White.11. Work and Play. Illustrations.Lettuce Cutters, Salinas Valley, Dorothea Lange.The Thread Maker, W. Eugene Smith.All-Americans in Training at Opa-Locka, Florida, Anonymous.Children, Helen Levitt.Short Views.Mark Twain, The Duke of Wellington, Richard Milhouse Nixon, Karl Marx, Smohalla, Lost Star, John Ruskin, Eric Nesterenko, Vince Lombardi, Howard Cosell, George Orwell, Friedrich Nietzsche, Ken Burns, Walt Whitman, Bion.Work, Bertrand Russell.Work, Labor, and Play, W. H. Auden.The Shoeshine Boy, Malcolm X.*Early Inklings, John Updike.The Importance of Work, Gloria Steinem.The "Mommy Track" Isn't Anti-Woman, Felice N. Schwartz.Letters Responding to Felice N. Schwartz, Pat Schroeder, Lois Brenner, Hope Dellon, Anita M. Harris, Peg McAvley Byrd.Life on the Global Assembly Line, Barbara Ehrenreich and Annette Fuentes.Delusions of Grandeur, Henry Louis Gates, Jr.Playing to Win, Margaret A. Whitney.Work and Play in Utopia, Sir Thomas More.The End of Play, Marie Winn.* "Survivor" and the End of Television, John Podhoretz.* The Play's the Thing, Ted C. Fishman.* It Isn't Just a Game: Clues to Avid Rooting, James C. McKinley, Jr.*A Casebook on College Athletics. The Money Game: Is It Exploiting College Athletes, Sean Colclough.Myth versus Reality in Big-Time College Sports, Murray Sperber.Playing Their Way In, James L. Shulman and William G. Bowden.Sporting Chances: The Cost of College Athletics, Louis Menand.The Unknown Citizen, W. H. Auden.12. Messages. Illustrations.Born Kicking, Graffiti on a Billboard, Jill Posner.The Letter, Mary Cassatt.Sapolio, Anonymous.I Want You, James Montgomery Flagg.Short Views.Voltaire, Marianne Moore, Derek Walcott, Jane Wagner, Emily Dickinson, Howard Nemerov, Wendell Berry, Anonymous, Rosalie Maggio, Benjamin Cardozo, Gary Snyder, Virginia Woolf, Ann Beattie.Address at the Dedication of the Gettysburg National Cemetery, Abraham Lincoln.The Gettysburg Address, Gilbert Highet.You Are What You Say, Robin Lakoff.Four-Letter Words Can Hurt You, Barbara Lawrence.Proxemics in the Arab World, Edward T. Hall.The Workings of Conversational Style, Deborah Tannen.The Game of the Name, Steven Pinker.*The Marlboro Man: The Perfect Campagin, James Twitchell.*A Casebook on E-mail. Being Asynchronous, Nicholas Negroponte.Check Your E-Mail, You May Be Fired, Judith Kleinfeld.Please Don't E-Mail Me About This Article, Bob Nixon.In Modern E-Mail Romances "Trash" Is Just a Click Away, Ed Boland.A Reunion? Relax. You're Invisible, Don A. Klein.Not Waving but Drowning, Stevie Smith.13. Art and Life. Illustrations.The Checkered House, Grandma Moses.Grandma Moses, Arnold Newman.Place de l'Europe, Henri Cartier-Bresson.Lila York in Paul Taylor's "Diggity," Jack Vartoogian.Short Views.Theophile Gautier, Samuel Butler, George Sand, Han Suyin, Holbrook Jackson, Lady Murasaki, Lillian Hellman, Willa Cather, Grace Paley, Ezra Pound, Flannery O'Connor, Anonymous, Miles Davis, Mahalia Jackson, Ansel Adams, Leonardo da Vinci, Grandma Moses, Agnes de Mille, Twyla Tharpe.Preface to The Picture of Dorian Gray, Oscar Wilde.What Qualities Does a Good Photograph Have?, Lou Jacobs, Jr.*Untitled Photographs (New York City), Ben Shahn.Culturally Variable Ways of Seeing: Art and Literature, Mary Beard.Triumph over Death, John Simon.*Quick! Before It Crumbles!, Paul Goldberger.King of the Jungle, Perri Klass.In the Canon, For All the Wrong Reasons, Amy Tan.A Worn Path, Eudora Welty.Is Phoenix Jackson's Grandson Really Dead?, Eudora Welty.*Musee des Beaux Arts, W.H. Auden.*Landscape with the Fall of Icarus, Peter Breughel.14. Law and Order. Illustrations.The Executions of the Third of May, 1808, Francisco Goya.Flower Power, Bernie Boston.Cell of a Model Prison, U.S.A, 1975, Henri Cartier-Bresson.The Problem We All Live With, Norman Rockwell.Short Views.African proverb, Kurt Weiss and Michael F. Milakovich, Niccolo Macchiavelli, G. C. Lichtenberg, Andrew Fletcher, Samuel Johnson, James Boswell, William Blake, Anatole France, Louis D. Brandeis, H. L. Mencken, Mae West.*A New Scarlet Letter, Cathy Booth Thomas.The Declaration of Independence, Thomas Jefferson.*Civil Disobedience, Henry David Thoreau.Nonviolent Resistance, Martin Luther King, Jr.A Peaceful Woman Explains Why She Carries a Gun, Linda M. Hasselstrom.Protecting Freedom of Expression on the Campus, Derek Bok.The Internet: The Next Front in the Book Wars, Stephen Bates.Frontiersmen Are History, Barbara L. Keller.Shot Down, Don B. Kates.*The Case for Torture, Michael Levin.*Shooting an Elephant, George Orwell.*The Woman Taken in Adultery, The Gospel According to John.To the Lady, Mitsuye Yamada.*15. Body and Soul. Illustrations.*The Creation of Adam, Michelangelo.*Priest Kensu Achieving Enlightenment While Catching a Shrimp, Kao.*The Gross Clinic, Thomas Eakins.*Lifted Lotus, Ken Gray.Short Views.W.B. Yeats, Napoleon, Walt Whitman, Woody Allen, Epictetus, D.H. Lawrence, John Locke, Virginia Woolf, Emily Dickinson, Plato, Samuel Johnson, Fredrick Douglass, Ray Charles, Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche, Oscar Wilde, Nigerian Proverb, Jesus.Muddy Road, Anonymous.What Is Zen?, D.T. Suzuki.Salvation, Langston HughesEconomy, Henry David Thoreau.Portrait of My Body, Philip Lopate.The Sandbox Bully for You: Why Push Comes to Shove, Natalie Angier.A Critical Look at Astrology, Bart J. Bok.The Astrologers Reply, (Five Letter), R.G. Dobbins, Kathleen Russo, and Carolyn Bermingham, Joseph F. Goodavage, Barbara Koval, and Mandrake.Do Lie Detectors Lie? All Too Often, Alfred Meyer.The Jilting of Granny Weatherall, Katherine Ann Porter.Design, Robert Frost.16. Classic Essays. Crito, Plato.A Modest Proposal, Jonathan Swift.Declaration of Sentiments and Resolutions, Elizabeth Cady Stanton.Professions for Women, Virginia Woolf.The Rewards of Living a Solitary Life, May Sarton.Letter from Birmingham Jail, Martin Luther King, Jr.Animal Liberation, Peter Singer.Appendix: A Writer's Glossary. Index.
Responsibility: [edited by] Marcia Stubbs, Sylvan Barnet, William E. Cain.


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