Drama: An Introduction

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McGraw-Hill College, 2000 - 1482 pagina's
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This new anthology is designed for Introduction to Drama courses. It features Robert DiYanni’s clear presentation of the elements along with his three-part pedagogy of experience, interpretation, and evaluation. DRAMA also includes full coverage of reading and writing about drama with two student papers.

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Inhoudsopgave

INTRODUCTION Reading and Writing about
1
Reading Stories
21
Types of Short Fiction
38
Elements of Fiction
44
Language and Style
81
Writing about Fiction
103
Freewriting
106
Three Fiction Writers in Context
119
Further in Summer than the Birds
554
Tell all the Truth but tell it slant
555
A Route of Evanescence
556
Introduction to Robert Frost
557
Critical Comments by Frost
560
from The Constant Symbol
561
from The Unmade Word or Fetching and FarFetching
562
Critics on Frost
563

Introduction to D H Lawrence
121
Stories
128
Introduction to Flannery OConnor
164
Stories
171
Introduction to Sandra Cisneros
207
Stories
213
A Collection of Short Fiction
219
PART TWO POETRY
393
Types of Poetry
409
Diction
422
Imagery
429
Simile and Metaphor
436
Symbolism and Allegory
442
Syntax
449
Rhyme Alliteration Assonance
457
Rhythm and Meter
465
TRANSLATED BY EDMUND KEELEY AND PHILIP
482
Transformations
485
Williams
494
Bondone Adoration of the Magi
511
Writing about Poetry
517
Three Poets in Context
531
Critics on Dickinson
537
Three Poems by Emily Dickinson with Altered Punctuation
542
Poems
543
taste a liquor never brewed
544
Wild NightsWild Nights
545
felt a Funeral in my Brain
546
After great pain a formal feeling comes
547
We grow accustomed to the Dark
548
died for Beautybut was scarce
549
The Heart asks Pleasurefirst
550
There is a painso utter SSI 632 The Brainis wider than the Sky SSI 650 Painhas an element of Blank
551
Remorseis Memoryawake
552
A narrow Fellow in the Grass
553
Poems Mowing
568
Mending Wall
570
Birches
571
A Collection of Poems
603
Christopher Marlowe The Passionate Shepherd to His Love
610
John Donne Death be not proud
616
Alexander Pope from An Essay on Man
623
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Kubla Khan
632
John Keats Ode to a Nightingale
639
John Keats Ode on a Grecian Urn
641
Alfred Lord Tennyson Ulysses
647
Walt Whitman Crossing Brooklyn Ferry
656
To a Young Child
662
Wallace Stevens Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird
668
John Crowe Ransom Piazza Piece
677
W H Auden The Unknown Citizen
683
A Selection of Contemporary Poems
699
Reading Plays
723
Types of Drama
740
Writing about Drama
751
Sophocles in Context
767
Shakespeare
851
William Shakespeare Hamlet Prince of Denmark
941
Ibsen
1052
A Collection of Modern and Contemporary
1102
John Millington Synge Riders to the Sea INIO
1110
PART FOUR CRITICAL PERSPECTIVES
1345
Writing with Sources
1389
Writers Lives
1425
GLOSSARY
1447
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
1453
INDEX
1465
S71 568
1470
Copyright

Over de auteur (2000)

Robert DiYanni received a B.A. from Rutgers University in 1968 and a Ph.D. from the City University of New York in 1976. He has taught at Queens College of the City University of New York, New York University, Harvard University, and Pace University. He has written articles and reviews on various aspects of literature, composition, and pedagogy. He has written numerous books including The McGraw-Hill Book of Poetry, Women's Voices, Like Season'd Timber: New Essays on George Herbert, and Modern American Poets: Their Voices and Visions.

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