Literature & Composition, Second Edition (9781457682513) | Macmillan Learning (2022)

Table of Contents

1 –Literature as Conversation: The Active Reader
One must be an inventor to read well... There is then creative reading, as well as creative writing. — Ralph Waldo Emerson, ‘The American Scholar’
What Is Active Reading?
Telling It Slant
Emily Dickinson, Tell all the Truth but tell it slant —
Activity: Mary Oliver, Spring in the Classroom
Becoming an Active Reader
Annotation
William Shakespeare, Sonnet 29
Activity: Mark Doty, Golden Retrievals
Reading Journal
Alice Walker, from Everyday Use
Activity: Claude McKay, The Harlem Dancer
Think Aloud Dialogue
Activity: Karen Russell, from Swamplandia!


2 – The Big Picture: Analyzing Fiction and Drama
“Pull a thread here and you’ll find it’s attached to the rest of the world.” — Nadeem Aslam, The Wasted Vigil

Elements of Fiction
Plot
Gabriel Garcia Marquez, One of These Days
Activity
Character
Jane Austen, from Pride and Prejudice
Activity: James Welch, from Fools Crow
Setting
Edgar Allan Poe, from The Masque of the Red Death
John Steinbeck, from The Grapes of Wrath
Henry Roth, from Call It Sleep
George Orwell, from 1984
Activity: Thomas Hardy, from Tess of the D’Urbervilles
Point of View
Dinaw Mengestu, from The Beautiful Things That Heaven Bears
Mark Twain, from The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
Katharine Mansfield, from Miss Brill
Shirley Jackson, from The Lottery
James Joyce, from Mrs. Ulysses
Activity: Brad Watson, Seeing Eye
Suzanne Berne, from A Crime in the Neighborhood
Emily Bronte, from Wuthering Heights
Activity: Colm Toibin, from Brooklyn
Symbol and Metaphor
Ernest Hemingway, from The End of Something
Stephen King, from The Gunslinger
Activity: Naguib Mahfouz, Half a Day
Theme
Edward P. Jones, The First Day
Activity: Jamaica Kincaid, Girl
Analyzing Drama
Plot
Character

George Bernard Shaw, from Pygmalion
William Shakespeare, from Richard III
Setting
Henrik Ibsen, from A Doll’s House
Activity: Hansberry, from A Raisin in the Sun
Symbol
D. L. Coburn, from The Gin Game
Activity: Terrence McNally, Andre’s Mother
From Analysis to Essay: Writing an Interpretive Essay
Susan Glaspell, Trifles
Analyzing Literary Elements
Activity
Developing a Thesis Statement
Activity
Planning an Interpretive Essay
Activity
Supporting Your Interpretation
Activity
A Sample Interpretive Essay: Aneyn M. O’Grady, Student Essay on Trifles
Activity


3 – Close Reading: Analyzing Passages of Fiction
“A writer only begins a book; a reader finishes it.” — Samuel Johnson,

What Is Close Reading?
From First Impressions to Questions
F. Scott Fitzgerald, from The Great Gatsby
Talking with the Text
Activity: Zora Neale Hurston, from Their Eyes Were Watching God
Literary Elements
Willa Cather, from My Antonia
Diction
Figurative Language

Activity: George Eliot, from Middlemarch
Syntax
Tone and Mood
Activity: Sarah Orne Jewett, from A White Heron
Connecting Literary Elements of Style
Thomas Hardy, from Far from the Madding Crowd
Activity: V. S. Naipaul, from A House for Mr Biswas
From Analysis to Essay: Writing a Close Analysis Essay
John Cheever, Reunion
Preparing to Write
Developing a Thesis Statement
Organizing a Close Analysis Essay
Integrating Quotations
A Sample Close Analysis Essay: A “Reunion” Gone Wrong

Activity: Toni Morrison, from Song of Solomon

4 – Close Reading: Analyzing Poetry
Poetry might be defined as the clear expression of mixed feelings. — W. H. Auden, New Year Letter

Close Reading Poetry
Step 1: Reading for Literal Meaning
Seamus Heaney, Digging
Activity: Christina Rossetti, Promises like Pie-Crust
Step 2: Consider the Speaker112
Diction
Shifts

Tone and Mood
Activity: Elizabeth Barrett Browning, My Heart and I
Step 3: Reading for Detail
A. E. Housman, To An Athlete Dying Young
Figurative Language
Activity: Derek Walcott, XIV
Structure
Activity: Alice Moore Dunbar-Nelson, Sonnet
Sound
Activity: Marilyn Nelson, The Century Quilt
Connecting Poetic Elements of Style
Robert Herrick, Delight in Disorder
Activity: John Keats, Bright Star, would I were stedfast as thou art
From Analysis to Essay: Writing a Close Analysis Essay
Maxine Kumin, Woodchucks
Preparing to Write
Developing a Thesis Statement
Organizing a Close Analysis Essay
Integrating Quotations
Documenting Sources
A Sample Close Analysis Essay: Antoine Assaf, Student Essay on
Woodchucks
Activity: William Stafford, Traveling Through the Dark
Working with Two Texts: The Comparison and Contrast Essay
Activity
Developing a Thesis Statement
Organizing a Comparison and Contrast Essay
Transitions
Documenting Sources
A Sample Comparison and Contrast Essay: Javier Echevarria, Student Essay on
Woodchucks and Traveling Through the Dark
Activity: Lucille Clifton, in the inner city and Claude McKay, The City’s Love

5 – Home and Family
Happy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way. — Leo Tolstoy, Anna Karenina

Central Text
August Wilson, Fences

Classic Text
Franz Kafka, The Metamorphosis

Texts in Context: The Metamorphosis and the Modernist Vision
T. S. Eliot, from Tradition and the Individual Talent (nonfiction)

Otto Dix, The War (painting)
Robert Burns, A Red, Red Rose and H. D., Sea Rose (poetry)
Amy Lowell, The Emperor’s Garden (poetry)and A London Thoroughfare, 2 AM (poetry)
Fernand Leger, La Ville (painting)
T. S. Eliot, The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock (poetry)
Virginia Woolf, from Mrs. Dalloway (fiction)

Fiction
Tillie Olsen, I Stand Here Ironing
Helena Maria Viramontes, The Moths
Alice Munro, The Progress of Love

Poetry
Ben Jonson, On My First Son
Anne Bradstreet, Before the Birth of One of Her Children
Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Sonnet: On Receiving a Letter Informing Me of the Birth of a Son, 1796
William Wordsworth, We Are Seven
William Butler Yeats, A Prayer for My Daughter
Langston Hughes, Mother to Son
Richard Wilbur, The Writer
Simon Ortiz, My Father’s Song
Sharon Olds, Rite of Passage
Naomi Shihab Nye, My Father and the Fig Tree
Mary Oliver, Wild Geese
Michael Afaa Weaver, My Father’s Geography
Li-Young Lee, The Hammock
Suzanne Rancourt, Whose Mouth Do I Speak With
Kevin Young, Cousins
Rebecca Hazelton, My Husband

Paired Poems
Robert Hayden, Those Winter Sundays
Theodore Roethke, My Papa’s Waltz

Marilyn Chin, Turtle Soup
Adrienne Su, Peaches

Close Reading: Connotation
Suggestions for Writing: Home and Family

6 – Identity and Culture
No man, for any considerable period, can wear one face to himself, and another ot the multitude, without finally getting bewildered as to which may be the true. —Nathaniel Hawthorne, The Scarlet Letter

Central Text
Jhumpa Lahiri, Interpreter of Maladies

Classic Text
Joseph Conrad, Heart of Darkness

Texts in Context: Heart of Darkness and the Legacy of Colonialism
Chinua Achebe, An Image of Africa (nonfiction)
Binyavanga Wainaina, How to Write About Africa (nonfiction)
Rudyard Kipling, The White Man’s Burden (poetry)
H. T. Johnson, The Black Man’s Burden (poetry)
Amedeo Modigliani, Woman’s Head (sculpture) and Fang Ngil Mask (sculpture)
Doris Lessing, The Old Chief Mshlanga
(fiction)
Felix Mnthali, The Stranglehold of English Lit (poetry)
Leopold Senghor, In Memoriam (poetry)

Fiction
Nathaniel Hawthorne, Young Goodman Brown
Joyce Carol Oates, Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Apollo

Poetry
Alexander Pope, The Quiet Life
William Wordsworth, The World Is Too Much With Us
Ralph Waldo Emerson, The Apology
Emily Dickinson, I’m Nobody! Who Are You?
Countee Cullen, Heritage
Robert Frost, The Most of It
Dylan Thomas, Fern Hill
Gwendolyn Brooks, We Real Cool
Sylvia Plath, Mirror
Mahmoud Darwish, Identity Card
Kamau Brathwaite, Ogun
Nathalie Handal, Caribe in Nueva York
Natalie Diaz, The Facts of Art
Molly Rose Quinn, Dolorosa
Gregory Pardlo, Written by Himself
Juan Felipe Herrera, Half-Mexican

Paired Poems
John Milton, When I consider how my light is spent
Jorge Luis Borges, A Blindman

Natasha Trethewey, History Lesson
Natasha Trethewey, Southern History

Jennifer Fumiko Cahill, Where You Fell
Dara Barnat, Imprint

Close Reading: Figurative Language

Suggestions for Writing: Identity and Culture

7 – Love and Relationships
Ay me! for aught that I could ever read,
Could ever hear by tale or history,
The course of true love never did run smooth.
— William Shakespeare, A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Central Text
James Joyce, The Dead

Classic Text
Oscar Wilde, The Importance of Being Earnest

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Texts in Context: The Importance of Being Earnest and The Satiric Tradition
George Bernard Shaw, from A New Old Play and an Old New One (nonfiction)
The Onion, School “Fine,” U. S. Teens Report (nonfiction)
Jane Austen, from Pride and Prejudice (fiction)
Jonathan Swift, A Satirical Elegy on the Death of a Late Famous General (poetry)
“I Want Out” and “I Want You” (propaganda posters)
Sherman Alexie, How to Write the Great American Indian Novel (poem)
Ishmael Reed, Points of View (poetry)
Matthea Harvey, PROM KING AND QUEEN SEEK U. N. RECOGNITION OF THEIR OWN COUNTRY…PROMVANIA! (poetry)

Fiction
Katherine Mansfield, Bliss

William Faulkner, A Rose for Emily

Sandra Cisneros, Woman Hollering Creek

Poetry [Renee]
Sir Thomas Wyatt, They flee from me

Sir Philip Sidney, Leave me, O Love, which reachest but to dust

John Donne, The Flea

Robert Herrick, To the Virgins, to Make Much of Time

Lord Byron, She walks in Beauty

Edna St. Vincent Millay, Love is not all

Margaret Atwood, Siren Song

Elizabeth Bishop, One Art

Audre Lorde, Movement Song

Billy Collins, Weighing the Dog

Cornelius Eady, I’m a Fool to Love You

Jane Hirschfield, This was once a love poem

David Hernandez, Lisa

Major Jackson, Urban Renewal XVIII
Warsan Shire, For Women Who Are Difficult to Love

Aimee Nezhukumatathil, Chess

Paired Poems
William Shakespeare, My mistress’s eyes are nothing like the sun
Pablo Neruda, Mi fea, Sonet XX
Pablo Neruda, My ugly love, Sonnet XX

John Donne, A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning
Adrienne Rich, A Valediction Forbidding Mourning

Close Reading: Irony

Suggestions for Writing: Love and Relationships


8 – Conformity and Rebellion
Not all those who wander are lost. — J.R.R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings

Central Text
Edwidge Danticat, The Book of the Dead

Classic Text
William Shakespeare, Hamlet

Texts in Context: The Character of Hamlet
Marjorie Garber, from Hamlet: The Matter of Character (nonfiction)
Sir Thomas Lawrence, John Philip Kemble as Hamlet (painting)
Hamlet and the Ghost of His Father (painting)
William Hazlitt, from The Characters of Shakespeare’s Plays (nonfiction)
C. S. Lewis, Hamlet—The Prince or the Poem? (nonfiction)
Zbigniew Herbert, Elegy of Fortinbras (poetry)
Margaret Atwood, Gertrude Talks Back (poetry)
Meghan O’Rourke, The Long Goodbye (nonfiction)

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Fiction
Herman Melville, Bartleby, the Scrivener: A Story of Wall Street

Zora Neale Hurston, Spunk

Karen Russell, The Prospectors

Poetry
Alexander Pope, Sound and Sense

Percy Bysshe Shelley, Song: To the Men of England

Emily Dickinson, Much Madness is divinest Sense—

Wallace Stevens, Disillusionment at Ten O’clock

E. E. Cummings, anyone lived in a pretty how town

Dylan Thomas, Do not go gentle into that good night

Gwendolyn Brooks, The Chicago Defender Sends a Reporter to Little Rock

Anne Sexton, Her Kind

Frank O’Hara, The Day Lady Died

Allen Ginsberg, Is About

Terrance Hayes, Talk

Barbara Jane Reyes, To Be Walang Hiya

Robin Coste Lewis, Art & Craft

Jamila Woods, Ghazal for White Hen Pantry

Paired Poems
Matthew Prior, An Epitaph
W. H. Auden, The Unknown Citizen

Carol Ann Duffy, Penelope
A. E. Stallings, The Wife of the Man of Many Wiles

Close Reading: Tone

Suggestions for Writing: Conformity and Rebellion

9 – Tradition and Progress
The world owes all its onward impulses to men ill at ease. The happy man inevitably confines himself within ancient limits. — Nathaniel Hawthorne

Central Text
Flannery O’Connor, A Good Man Is Hard to Find

Classic Text
Mary Shelley, Frankenstein

Texts in Context: The Ethical Implications of Frankenstein
Stephen Gould, from The Monster’s Human Nature (nonfiction)
Jericho Brown, Dear Dr. Frankenstein (poetry)
Brian Aldiss, Super Toys Last All Summer Long (fiction)
Jon Turney, from Frankenstein’s Footsteps (nonfiction)
Stephen Dunn, Mary Shelley in Brigantine (poetry)
Alison Hawthorne Deming, Science (poetry)
Cari Romm, The Enduring Scariness of the Mad Scientist (nonfiction)

Fiction
James Baldwin, Sonny’s Blues

Alice Walker, Everyday Use

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Hanif Kureishi, We’re Not Jews

Poetry
Thomas Gray, Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard

William Blake, London

Matthew Arnold, Dover Beach

Gerard Manley Hopkins, God’s Grandeur

Emily Dickinson, Crumbling is not an instant’s Act

Robert Frost, Mending Wall

William Butler Yeats, The Second Coming

James Wright, Autumn Begins in Martin’s Ferry, Ohio

Seamus Heaney, Bogland

Yehuda Amichai, The Eve of Rosh Hashanah

May Swenson, Goodbye, Goldeneye

Toi Derricotte, Black Boys Play the Classics

Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni, Indian Movie, New Jersey

Amit Majmudar, To the Hyphenated Poets

Richard Blanco, Mother Country

LeConté Dill, We Who Weave

Paired Poems
Walt Whitman, Mannahatta
Carl Sandburg, Chicago

William Wordsworth, London, 1802
Paul Laurence Dunbar, Douglass

Close Reading: Syntax

Suggestions for Writing: Tradition and Progress


10 – War and Peace
Do dreams offer lessons? Do nightmares have themes, do we awaken and analyze them and live our lives and advise others as a result? Can the foot soldier teach anything important about war, merely for having been there? I think not. He can tell war stories. — Tim O’Brien, If I Die in a Combat Zone

Central Text
Tim O’Brien, The Things They Carried

Classic Text
William Shakespeare, Othello

Texts in Context: Critical Perspectives on Othello
Isaac Butler, Why Is Othello Black? (nonfiction)
Charles Lamb, from Othello’s Color: Theatrical vs. Literary Representation (nonfiction)
Jennifer Hill Coucher,
Reading Othello and Watching a Girl Skip Rope (poetry)
Nicole Galland, from I, Iago (fiction)
James Earl Jones, from The Sun God (nonfiction)
Andrew Davies, from Othello (screenplay)
Toni Morrison, from Desdemona (fiction)

Fiction

Cynthia Ozick, The Shawl

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Bharati Mukherjee, The Management of Grief

Phil Klay, Ten Kliks South

Poetry
Julia Ward Howe, Battle Hymn of the Republic

Walt Whitman, Vigil strange I kept on the field one night

Thomas Hardy, Channel Firing

Siegfried Sassoon, Lamentations

Wilfred Owen, Dulce et Decorum Est

Anna Akhmatova, The First Long-Range Artillery Shell in Leningrad

Henry Reed, Naming of Parts

Richard Wilbur, First Snow in Alsace

Uri Zvi Greenberg, We Were Not Likened to Dogs

Margaret Atwood, It Is Dangerous to Read Newspapers

Wislawa Szymborska, The Terrorist, He Watches

Yousif al-Sa’igh, An Iraqi Evening

Dunya Mikhail, The War Works Hard

Brian Turner, Sadiq

Solmaz Sharif, Safe House

Cathy Linh Che, Split

Jill McDonough, Twelve-Hour Shifts

Amit Majmudar, Welcome Home, Troops!

Paired Poems
Richard Lovelace, To Lucasta, Going to the Wars
Robert Graves, To Lucasta on Going to the War—for the Fourth Time

Thomas Hardy, A Wife in London
Yusef Komunyakaa, Between Days

Wilfred Owen, The Parable of the Old Man and the Young
Wilfred Owen, Arms and the Boy

Close Reading: Imagery

Suggestions for Writing: War and Peace


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