The Heath introduction to literature
D.C. Heath and Co., 1984 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1090 pages
At about half the length and a much lower price than comparable anthologies, this introductory anthology of short fiction, poetry, and drama is organized by genre and features chapter introductions and a bibliography of film adaptations. Readings have been chosen with an eye toward classic selections and gender balance, while allowing the book to retain the teachability and traditional emphases for which it has long been admired.
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The Bases of Literature
Writing About Literature
Fiction as Narrative
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