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Perrine's story and structure

Author: Laurence Perrine; Thomas R Arp; Greg Johnson
Publisher: Fort Worth : Harcourt College, 2002.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Laurence Perrine; Thomas R Arp; Greg Johnson
ISBN: 0155074962 9780155074965
OCLC Number: 48761451
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xii, 755 p. ; 21 cm.
Contents: Part 1. The Elements of Fiction --
Chapter 1. Reading the Story --
The Most Dangerous Game / Richard Connell --
The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber / Ernest Hemingway --
Chapter 2. Plot and Structure --
The Destructors / Graham Greene --
How I Met My Husband / Alice Munro --
Interpreter of Maladies / Jhumpa Lahiri --
Chapter 3. Characterization --
Everyday Use / Alice Walker --
Miss Brill / Katherine Mansfield --
Hunters in the Snow / Tobias Wolff --
Chapter 4. Theme --
The Lesson / Toni Cade Bambara --
Eveline / James Joyce --
A Worn Path / Eudora Welty --
Once upon a Time / Nadine Gordimer --
Chapter 5. Point of View --
Paul's Case / Willa Cather --
The Lottery / Shirley Jackson --
The Jilting of Granny Weatherall / Katherine Anne Porter --
A Rose for Emily / William Faulkner --
Chapter 6. Symbol, Allegory, and Fantasy --
The Rocking-Horse Winner / D. H. Lawrence --
Young Goodman Brown / Nathaniel Hawthorne --
A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings / Gabriel Garcia Marquez / Translated by Gregory Rabassa --
Chapter 7. Humor and Irony --
The Drunkard / Frank O'Connor --
You're Ugly, Too / Lorrie Moore --
The Guest / Albert Camus / Translated by Justin O'Brien --
Chapter 8. Evaluating Fiction --
General Exercises for Analysis and Evaluation --
A Municipal Report / O. Henry --
A Jury of Her Peers / Susan Glaspell --
Roman Fever / Edith Wharton --
A New Leaf / F. Scott Fitzgerald --
Part 2. Three Fiction Casebooks Anton Chekhov, Flannery O'Connor, and Joyce Carol Oates --
Gooseberries / Anton Chekhov / Translated by Constance Garnett --
The Lady with the Dog / Translated by Constance Garnett --
The Darling / Translated by Constance Garnett --
Critical Perspectives on Chekhov --
Anton Chekhov, From His Letters --
Eudora Welty, From "Reality in Chekhov's Stories" --
Richard Ford, From "Why We Like Chekhov" --
Thomas Winner, On "The Darling" --
A Good Man Is Hard to Find / Flannery O'Connor --
A Late Encounter with the Enemy --
Greenleaf --
Critical Perspectives on O'Connor --
Flannery O'Connor, "A Reasonable Use of the Unreasonable" --
Flannery O'Connor, "Letter to a Professor of English" --
Madison Jones, "A Good Man's Predicament" --
Richard Giannone, On "A Late Encounter with the Enemy" --
Gilbert H. Muller, On "Greenleaf" --
Heat / Joyce Carol Oates --
The Lady with the Pet Dog --
Life after High School --
Critical Perspectives on Oates --
Joyce Carol Oates, From "Stories That Define Me: The Making of a Writer" --
Joyce Carol Oates, On "Heat" --
Greg Johnson, On "Heat" --
Matthew C. Brennan, "Plotting against Chekhov: Joyce Carol Oates and 'The Lady with the Dog'" --
Part 3. Writing About Fiction --
I.. Why Write about Literature? --
II.. For Whom Do You Write? --
III.. Choosing a Topic --
1.. Papers That Focus on a Single Story --
2.. Papers of Comparison and Contrast --
3.. Papers on a Number of Works by a Single Author --
4.. Papers on a Number of Works with Some Feature Other Than Authorship in Common --
IV.. Proving Your Point --
V.. Writing the Paper --
VI.. Introducing Quotations (Q1-Q10) --
VII.. Documentation --
1.. Textual Documentation (TD1-TD4) --
2.. Parenthetical Documentation (PD1-PD6) --
VIII.. Stance and Style (S1-S6) --
IX.. Grammar, Punctuation, and Usage: Common Problems --
1.. Grammar (G1-G2) --
2.. Punctuation (P1-P5) --
3.. Usage (U1-U2) --
X.. Writing Samples --
1.. Fiction Explication: "Darkness" in the Conclusion of "The Child by Tiger" --
2.. Fiction Analysis: The Function of the Frame Story in "Once upon a Time" --
Part 4. Stories for Further Reading --
Civil Peace / Chinua Achebe --
Errand / Raymond Carver --
The Swimmer / John Cheever --
The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky / Stephen Crane --
Love in L. A. / Dagoberto Gilb --
The Gilded Six-Bits / Zora Neale Hurston --
Bartleby the Scrivener / Herman Melville --
The Shawl / Cynthia Ozick --
The Cask of Amontillado / Edgar Allan Poe --
He / Katherine Anne Porter --
The Child by Tiger / Thomas Wolfe.
Other Titles: Story and structure
Responsibility: Thomas R. Arp, Greg Johnson.

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