The McGraw-Hill reader

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McGraw-Hill, 1988 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 725 pages
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Addressing the continuing interest in core liberal arts issues, interdisciplinary themes, multicultural perspectives, and critical thinking, THE MCGRAW-HILL READER provides students with a full range of quality prose works spanning various ages, cultures, and subjects. The finely-tuned editorial apparatus encourages students to respond actively to the essays, to formulate their own critical judgments, and to develop in writing their reactions to and perspectives on the thematic concerns of the selections. The Seventh Edition features thirty-eight new essays that address current issues such as the quality of education, the role of technology, and the impact of media. The text concludes with a new appendix on writing a research paper.

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Contents

Narration
1
Mark Twain The Mesmerizer
7
Maxine Hong Kingston The Woman Warrior
12
Copyright

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About the author (1988)

Gilbert H. Muller, who received a Ph.D. in English and American Literature from Stanford University, is currently professor of English and Special Assistant to the President at the LaGuardia campus of the City University of New York. He has also taught at Stanford University, Vassar College, and several universities overseas. Dr. Muller is the author of the award-winning Nightmares and Visions: Flannery O'Connor and the Catholic Grotesque, Chester Himes, and other critical studies. His essays and reviews have appeared in The New York Times, The New Republic, The Nation, The Sewanee Review, The Georgia Review, and elsewhere. He is also a noted author and editor of textbooks in English and composition, including The Short Prose Reader with Harvey Wiener, and with John A Williams, The McGraw-Hill Introduction to Literature, Bridges: Literature across Cultures, and Ways In: Reading and Writing about Literature. Among Dr. Muller's awards are National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowships, a Fulbright Fellowship, and a Mellon Fellowship.