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Course Outline Latin 202: Selections from Latin Authors University of Waterloo, Winter Term, 2012 INSTRUCTOR Ron Kroeker, PhD Office: ML 225 Office hours: Monday 12:30-1:20 pm Thursday 1:30-2:20 or by appointment Email: through the UW-LEARN site for this course (preferred) OR TIME AND LOCATION MWF 10:30 - 11:20 pm AL 210 DESCRIPTION This course is a continuation of LAT 201 and its purpose is to deepen the student's knowledge of the Latin language through the reading of unadapted passages from Ovid's Metamorphoses I and Vergil's Aeneid II,
  • passages of the aeneid
  • fascinating complexities of lexical semantics and of syntax
  • latin language through the reading of unadapted passages from ovid
  • latin composition
  • culture of academic integrity
  • academic integrity
  • lesson
  • final exam



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Betjeman, In Westminster Abbey; W.H. Auden,
Introduction; Anonymous, Beowulf; Chaucer, General
Musée des Beaux Arts; One Evening; Louis MacNeice,
Prologue to the Canterbury Tales; Anonymous, Sir
Snow; Theodore Roethke, My Papa’s Waltz; A.M.
Patrick Spens; Lord Randal, The Twa Corbies (Version
Klein, The Rocking Chair; Dorothy Livesay, Lament;
1); The Twa Corbies (Version 2); Western Wind; Sir
Without Benefit of Tape; Elizabeth Bishop, Sestina;
Thomas Wyatt, They Flee from Me; Description of the
Irving Layton, Keine Lazarovitch; Karl Shapiro, Auto
Contrarious Passions in a Lover; Edmund Spenser, My
Wreck; Henry Reed, Naming of Parts; Dylan Thomas,
Love Is Like to Ice; One Day I Wrote Her Name upon
Fern Hill; Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night;
the Strand; Sir Walter Raleigh, The Nymph’s Reply to
P.K. Page, Stories of Snow; Gwendolyn Brooks, We
the Shepherd; Sir Philip Sidney, With How Sad Steps,
Real Cool; Margaret Avison, In a Season of
O Moon; Christopher Marlowe, The Passionate
Unemployment; Al Purdy, Wilderness Gothic; Philip
Shepherd to His Love; William Shakespeare, Shall I
Larkin, The Explosion, Church Going; Anthony Hecht,
compare thee … Sonnet 18; When in disgrace …
The Dover Bitch: A Criticism of Life; Milton Acorn,
Sonnet 29; Let me not to the marriage of true minds
I’ve Tasted My Blood; A.R. Ammons, Needs; Robert
… Sonnet 116; My mistress’ eyes are nothing like the
Bly, Visiting Emily Dickinson’s Grave with Robert
sun … Sonnet 130; John Donne, A Valediction
Francis; Phyllis Webb, Treblinka Gas Chamber;
Forbidding Mourning; The Sun Rising; Death, Be Not
Composed Like Them; Anne Sexton, Cinderella;
Proud (Holy Sonnet X); Ben Jonson, On My First Son;
Adrienne Rich, Aunt Jennifer’s Tigers; What Kind of
George Herbert, The Collar; Easter Wings; John
Times Are These; Derek Walcott, A Far Cry from
Milton, When I Consider How My Light Is Spent; from
Africa; Ted Hughes, The Horses; Hawk Roosting;
Paradise Lost Books 1 and 5; Anne Bradstreet, To My
Introduction to Literature is a compact, portable Sylvia Plath, Morning Song; Mirror; Lady Lazarus;
Dear and Loving Husband; Richard Lovelace, To
Alden Nowlan, Warren Pryor; Wole Soyinka,anthology of Canadian and world literature that Althea, from Prison; Andrew Marvell, To His Coy
Telephone Conversation; Leonard Cohen, For E.J.P.;
covers three genres: essays, poetry, and short Mistress; Aphra Behn, A Thousand Martyrs I Have
Audre Lorde, Hanging Fire; George Bowering,
Made; Lady Mary Chudleigh, To the Ladies; Annefiction. It features 20 essays, 205 poems, and 25 Grandfather; Marge Piercy, To Be of Use; Barbie Doll;
Finch, The Unequal Fetters; Alexander Pope, An Essay
Margaret Atwood, This Is a Photograph of Me; Theshort stories, with selections ranging from on Criticism; Samuel Johnson, On the Death of Dr.
Animals in that Country; Seamus Heaney, The Tollundtraditional sixteenth-century forms to Robert Levet; Thomas Gray, Ode on the Death of a
Man; After a Killing; Digging; Gwendolyn MacEwen,
Favourite Cat, Drowned in a Tub of Gold Fishes; Marycontemporary works by emerging writers, and A Breakfast for Barbarians; Dark Pines under Water;
Leapor, An Essay on Woman; Mary Alcock,
showcases numerous pieces by Canadians. Daphne Marlatt, New Moon; coming home; Sharon
Instructions, Supposed to Be Written in Paris, for the
Olds, Leningrad Cemetery; Winter of 1941; Michael
Mob of England; Anna Laetitia Barbauld, Washing-
Ondaatje, Bearhug; The Cinnamon Peeler; BronwenFeatures Day; Charlotte Smith, Thirty-eight; Phyllis Wheatley,
Wallace, Stunts; Tom Wayman, Factory Time; Marlene
On Being Brought from Africa to America; William•A brief anthology with a global representation Nourbese Philip, Discourse on the Logic of Language;
Blake, The Lamb; London; The Sick Rose; The Tyger;
of authors and Canadian works Jeannette Armstrong, History Lesson; Lorna Crozier,
Robert Burns, Auld Lang Syne; William Wordsworth,
Marriage: Getting Used To; Medbh McGuckian, Slips;
Lines Composed a Few Miles above Tintern Abbey;• Includes brief footnotes, biographies for each The War Ending; Louise Bernice Halfe, Valentine
Composed upon Westminster Bridge, 3 September
author, and a glossary for easy reference Dialogue; My Ledders; Dionne Brand, Amelia still;
1802; Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Kubla Khan; George
Blues Spiritual for Mammy Prater; Rhea Tregebov,
Gordon, Lord Byron, Song for the Luddites; Percy•Provides notes that explain dialect, foreign What Makes You Sure; Marilyn Dumont, Letter to Sir
Bysshe Shelley, England in 1819; Ode to the West
phrases, mythological allusions, and folkloric John A. Macdonald; Armand Garnet Ruffo, Why I
Wind; John Keats, Ode to a Nightingale; To Autumn;
Write; Archie Belaney; Jo Carrillo, And When Youreferences Elizabeth Barrett Browning, I never gave a lock of hair
Leave, Take Your Pictures With You; Chief Lindsay
away … Sonnet 18; A Musical Instrument; Alfred,
Marshall, Clay Pots and Bones; George Elliott Clarke,New to this Edition Lord Tennyson, Ulysses; Robert Browning, My Last
Hammonds Plains African Baptist Church; Crying the
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When I Heard the Learn’d Astronomer;
to put the achievement of twentieth-century Short FictionReconciliation; Matthew Arnold, Dover Beach; Emily
essays into context and to show diversity of Dickinson, There’s a certain Slant of light; After great Introduction; Nathaniel Hawthorne, The Birthmark;
the form throughout time pain, a formal feeling comes; The Bustle in a House; Edgar Allan Poe, The Cask of Amontillado; Charlotte
Tell all the Truth but tell it slant; Presentiment; Perkins Gilman, The Yellow Wallpaper; James Joyce,
• Increased representation of feminist and anti- Christina Rossetti, In an Artist’s Studio; Lewis Carroll, The Boarding House; D.H. Lawrence, You Touched
colonial voices in the earlier and later periods Jabberwocky; Thomas Hardy, The Darkling Thrush; In Me; Katherine Mansfield, The Fly; Ethel Wilson, We
Time of “The Breaking of Nations”; Gerard Manley Have to Sit Opposite; William Faulkner, A Rose for
•“Writing about Literature” appendix Hopkins, God’s Grandeur; The Windhover; Pied Emily; Langston Hughes, On the Road; Mavis Gallant,
Beauty; A.E. Housman, To an Athlete Dying Young; From the Fifteenth District; Nadine Gordimer, TownContents
Sir Charles G.D. Roberts, The Tantramar Revisited; and Country Lovers; Margaret Laurence, The Loons;
Bliss Carman, Low Tide on Grand Pré; E. Pauline Timothy Findley, Dreams; Alice Munro, Boys and Girls;
Introduction; Francis Bacon, Of Studies; Jonathan Johnson, Silhouette; William Butler Yeats, Easter Rudy Wiebe, Where Is the Voice Coming From?
Swift, A Modest Proposal; Mary Wollstonecraft, 1916; The Second Coming; A Prayer for My Margaret Atwood, Happy Endings; Toni Cade
Introduction to A Vindication of the Rights of Daughter; Robert Frost, Home Burial; Out, Out — ; Bambara, The Lesson; Thomas King, The One About
Woman; Samuel Langhorne Clemens (Mark Twain),
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Coyote Going West; Donna E. Smyth, Red Hot; Alice Western Wind; Thomas Wyatt, They Flee From Me; Essays
Walker, Nineteen Fifty-Five; Lee Maracle, Yin Chin; Sir Walter Raleigh, The Nymph’s Reply to the Introduction to the Essay; Plato, The Allegory of the
Guy Vanderhaeghe, Drummer; Rohinton Mistry, Shepherd; Christopher Marlowe, The Passionate Cave; Sir Thomas More, from Utopia, Book 2;
Swimming Lessons; Lynda Barry, Automatic Timer;d to His Love; William Shakespeare, Sonnet Thomas Hobbes, from Leviathan, Part I; Jonathan
Evelyn Lau, Marriage. 18; Sonnet 129; Sonnet 130; John Donne, The Swift, A Modest Proposal; Mary Wollstonecraft, from
Canonization; Robert Herrick, Delight in Disorder;Appendix. Writing About Literature. Glossary. A Vindication of the Rights of Woman; Virginia
Dreams; John Milton, from Paradise Lost Book 1; Woolf, Women and Fiction; J.B.S. Haldane, Some
Supplement Andrew Marvel, To His Coy Mistress; The Garden; Enemies of Science; George Orwell, Marrakech;
Katherine Philips, Against Love; Aphra Behn, A SongInstructor’s Manual 0-17-641466-5 Northrop Frye, Elementary Teaching; Basil H.
in Dialogue; Anne Finch, The Unequal Fetters; Johnston, One Generation from Extinction; Neil
Alexander Pope, from An Essay on Criticism; Phillis Postman, Now…This; Gloria Steinem, Sex, Lies, and
Wheatley, On Being Brought from Africa to America; Advertising; David Suzuki, The Pain of Animals; W.H.
William Blake, The Chimney Sweeper (1789); The New, Giddy Limits; Stephen Jay Gould, ColumbusThe Nelson Introduction
Chimney Sweeper (1794); London; The Sick Rose; Cracks an Egg; Bronwen Wallace, One More Woman
William Wordsworth, Ode: Intimations of Immortality;to Literature Talking; John Ralston Saul, The Politics of Common
Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Frost at Midnight; P.B. Sense; Dionne Brand, Imagination, Representation
Shelley, Ozymandias; John Keats, To Autumn; Ode onSecond Edition and Culture; David Freedman, The Aggressive Egg;
a Grecian Urn; Sojourner Truth, Ain’t I a Woman; Neil Bissoondath, from Marginalization in Selling
Al Valleau,Kwantlen University College Alfred Lord Tennyson, In Memoriam Sections 50–56; Illusions; Ann Hodgman, No Wonder They Call Me a
The Lady of Shallott; Robert Browning, Porphyria’sJack Finnbogason,Kw Bitch; Drew Hayden Taylor, Pretty like a White Boy;
Lover; Walt Whitman, A Sight in Camp in the Naomi Klein, Threats and Temps.
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Short Fiction
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Introduction to Short Fiction; Nathaniel Hawthorne,slant; There’s a certain Slant of light; I heard a Fly
The Birthmark; James Joyce, The Boarding House;buzz; Much Madness is divinest; Sense; Christina
Stephen Leacock, Marine Excursion of the Knights ofRossetti, An Apple-Gathering; Gerard Manley
Pythias; F.P. Grove, Snow; Katherine Mansfield, MissHopkins, God’s Grandeur; The Windhover; Charles
Brill; F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Lost Decade; FlanneryG.D. Roberts, The Potato Harvest; Archibald
O’Connor, A Good Man is Hard to Find; MargaretLampman, The City of the End of Things; D.C. Scott,
Laurence, To Set Our House in Order; Ursula Le Guin,The Forsaken; W.B. Yeats, Second Coming; Among
The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas; ChinuaSchool Children; The Circus Animal’s Desertion;
Achebe, Why the Tortoise’s Shell is Not Smooth;Robert Frost, Neither Out Far Nor In Deep; The Silken
Timothy Findley, Stones; Alice Munro, Something I’veTent; Wallace Stevens, Emperor of Ice Cream; The
Been Meaning to Tell You; Leon Rooke, A Bolt ofSnow Man; W.C. Williams, The Last Words of My
White Cloth; Rudy Wiebe, Where is the VoiceEnglish Grandmother; The Red Wheelbarrow; E.J.
Coming From? Alistair MacLeod, The Boat; JoycePratt, The Prize Cat; Ezra Pound, In a Station of the
Carol Oates, How I Contemplated the World from theMetro; The River-Merchant’s Wife; T.S. Eliot, The Love
Detroit House of Correction and Began My Life OverSong of J. Alfred Prufrock; from Four Quartets: Little
Again; Margaret Atwood, Happy Endings; RaymondGidding (Part V); Wilfred Owen, Strange Meeting;
Carver, Cathedral; Thomas King, The Garden Courte.e. cummings, anyone lived in a pretty how town; O
Motor Hotel; Richard Ford, Privacy; Salman Rushdie,sweet spontaneous; F.R. Scott, Poetry; from Letters
Good Advice is Rarer Than Rubies; Lisa Moore,from the Mackenzie River; All the Spikes But the Last;
Melody.National Identity; Langston Hughes, Theme for
English; Earle Birney, Vancouver Lights; The Bear on Appendix. An Introduction to Writing Literary
Analysis. Glossary of Literary Terms.the Dehli Road; W.H. Auden, Musée des Beaux Arts;
The Nelson Introduction to Literature is a brief, As I Walked Out One Evening; Theodore Roethke, My
Papa’s Waltz; Dorothy Livesay, Bartok and theportable anthology of poetry, fiction, and essays
Instructor’s Manual 0-17-641467-3Geranium; And Give Us Our Trespasses; Elizabeth
for Canadian students. Clearly reflecting the
Bishop, The Moose; Irving Layton, Whatever Else,
current concerns of the discipline, this anthology Poetry is Freedom; Dylan Thomas, Poem in October;
offers the best of classic and contemporary Fern Hill; P.K. Page, Stories of Snow; A Grain of Sand;
Margaret Avison, Snow; Al Purdy, Trees at the Arcticliterature. It includes many voices from around the
Circle; Phillip Larkin, Church Going; Robert Creeley,
world, presenting writing in all its diversity and in Ballad of the Despairing Husband; Allen Ginsberg, A
a context that will engage students. Supermarket in California; Phyllis Webb, The Days of
the Unicorns; Robert Kroetsch, from Seed Catalog;
Adrienne Rich, Power; Ted Hughes, The Thought-Fox;Features
Derek Walcott, A Far Cry from Africa; Central
• Strong regional representation from across America; Sylvia Plath, Lady Lazarus; Alden Nowlan,
Canada, as well as Aboriginal works and The Bull Moose; Aunt Jane; Leonard Cohen, You
Have the Lovers; Wole Soyinka, TelephoneQuébeçois literature
Conversation; George Bowering, Grandfather; Man
• Strong representation of women writers with Broom; Marge Piercy, To Be of Use; Michele
Lalonde, Speak White; Margaret Atwood, This Is athrough the ages
Photograph of Me; Seamus Heaney, Digging; The
• Concise introductions to each section provide Haw Lantern; Billy Collins, Victoria’s Secret; Sharon
Olds, 35/10; Michael Ondaatje, The Cinnamon Peeler;an overview of the genre (poetry, essays, short
bp Nichol, Two Words: A Wedding; Alice Walker,
Women; Bronwen Wallace, A Simple Poem for
Virginia Woolf; Tom Wayman, Wayman in Love; Did INew to this Edition
Miss Anything? Leono Gom, Survival; Lorna Crozier,
• Appendix on writing literary analysis Poem about Nothing; Jim Wong-Chu, old chinese
cemetery kamloops july 1977; Anne Carson, from
• Enhanced glossary
The Truth about God; Vikram Seth, Work and
Freedom; Louise Erdrich, Dear John Wayne; MarilynContents
Dumont, The White Judges; Letter to Sir John A.
Macdonald; Armand Garnet Ruffo, Creating a
Introduction to Poetry; Chaucer, General Prologue to Country; George Elliott Clarke, Blank Sonnet
Canterbury Tales; Sir Patrick Spens; The Three Ravens; Casualties Nu(is)ance.
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Thesis Statement; Support; Topic Sentences; Dorothy Parker, General Review of the Sex Situation;
Introductions and Conclusions; Sentences and Words; Sylvia Plath, Wreath for a Bridal; Ted Hughes, A PinkLiterature
Using and Documenting Sources. Wool Knitted Dress; Poems about Love and War;
Rupert Brooke, The Soldier; Wilfred Owen, AnthemReading, Reacting, Writing Fiction
for Doomed Youth; William Butler Yeats, An Irish
3. Reading and Writing about Fiction. The ShortFirst Canadian Edition Airman Foresees His Death; W.H. Auden, The Shield
Story; Active Reading; Madeleine Thien, Simple
of Achilles; Robert Lowell, For the Union Dead;Candace Fertile, Camosun College Recipes; Three Drafts of a Student Paper.
Denise Levertov, What Were They Like? Andrew
4. Plot. Writing about Plot; Kate Chopin, The Story ofLaurie G. Kirszner, University of the Sciences in Suknaski, The Bitter Word; Boris Slutsky, How Did
an Hour; Nadine Gordimer, Once Upon a Time; They Kill My Grandmother? Miriam Waddington,Philadelphia William Faulkner, A Rose for Emily. How I Spent the Year Listening to the Ten O’Clock
Stephen R. Mandell,Drexel University 5. Character. Round and Flat Characters; Dynamic News; Robert Bringhurst, For the Bones of Josef
and Static Characters Motivation; John Updike, A& P; Mengele, Disinterred June 1985.
Thomson Nelson. 1412 pages. Softcover. 2003.
Katherine Mansfield, Miss Brill; Timothy Findley, 12. Reading and Writing about Poetry. Active0-17-622506-4 Stones; Jane Rule, Inland Passage. Reading; Previewing; Highlighting and Annotating;
6. Setting. Historical Setting; Geographical Setting; Robert Hayden, Those Winter Sundays; Seamus
Physical Setting; Writing about Setting; Sinclair Ross, Heaney, Digging; Writing about Poetry; Three Drafts
A Field of Wheat; Tillie Olsen, I Stand Here Ironing; of a Student Paper.
Charlotte Perkins Gilman, The Yellow Wall-Paper. 13. Voice. Emily Dickinson, I’m Nobody! Who Are
7. Point of View. First-Person Narrator; Unreliable You? The Speaker in the Poem; Louise Glück, Gretel
Narrators; Third-Person Narrator; Omniscient; Limited in Darkness; Marlene Nourbese Philip, Blackman
Omniscient; Objective; Selecting an Appropriate Point Dead; George Elliott Clarke, Blank Sonnet; Robert
of View; Writing about Point of View; Thomas King, Browning, My Last Duchess; Poems for Further
Borders; Edgar Allan Poe, The Cask of Amontillado; Reading: The Speaker in the Poem; Leslie Marmon
William Faulkner, Barn Burning; Margaret Laurence, Silko, Where Mountain Lion Lay Down with Deer;
The Loons. Janice Mirikitani, Suicide Note; The Tone of the Poem;
Robert Frost, Fire and Ice; Thomas Hardy, The Man He8. Style, Tone, and Language. Level of Diction;
Killed; Amy Lowell, Patterns; William Wordsworth,Imagery and Figurative Language; James Joyce,
The World Is Too Much with Us; Sylvia Plath, MorningAraby; Ernest Hemingway, A Clean, Well-Lighted
Song; Robert Herrick, To the Virgins, to Make MuchPlace; Flannery O’Connor, A Good Man Is Hard to
of Time; Irony; Robert Browning, Porphyria’s Lover;Find; Sheila Watson, Antigone.
Percy Bysshe Shelley, Ozymandias; Ariel Dorfman,
9. Symbol and Allegory. Recognizing Symbols; The
Hope; W.H. Auden, The Unknown Citizen; AnnePurpose of Symbols; Allegory; Nathaniel Hawthorne,
Sexton, Cinderella; Marilyn Dumont, The Devil’s
Young Goodman Brown; Shirley Jackson, The Lottery;
Language; Emily Dickinson, “Hope” Is the Thing withAlice Walker, Everyday Use; Margaret Atwood, The
Resplendent Quetzal.
This comprehensive introduction to literature 14. Word Choice, Word Order. Leonard Cohen,10. Theme. Interpreting Themes; Identifying Themes;
includes classic, contemporary, and Canadian God Is Alive; Word Choice; Walt Whitman, When I
Steven Heighton, Flight Paths of the Emperor; D.H.
Heard the Learn’d Astronomer; Al Purdy, The Caribooworks of fiction, poetry, and drama. Readers will Lawrence, The Rocking-Horse Winner; Dionne Brand,
Horses; Ralph Gustafson, In the Yukon; Adrienne
Tamarindus Indica; Eudora Welty, A Worn Path. gain an appreciation for classic and contemporary
Rich, Living in Sin; e.e. cummings, in Just—;
Fiction For Further Reading. Raymond Carver,literature using this rich collection of Canadian Theodore Roethke, I Knew a Woman; Formal Diction;
Popular Mechanics; Sheldon Currie, The Glace Bay Margaret Atwood, The City Planners; Informaland international selections organized by genre.
Miner’s Museum; Louise Erdrich, Fleur; Gabriel García Diction; Jim Sagel, Baca Grande; Barbara L.
Useful pedagogy helps students interpret and Márquez, A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings; Greenberg, The Faithful Wife; Richard Wilbur, For the
James Joyce, Eveline; Franz Kafka, Theevaluate while providing the tools they need to Student Strikers; Charles Bukowski, Dog Fight;
Metamorphosis; Jamaica Kincaid, Girl; Joy Kogawa,read, react, and write. Dialect; Louise Bernice Halfe, My Ledders; Robert
Obasan; Alistair MacLeod, The Boat; Rohinton Mistry, Burns, John Anderson My Jo, John; Gwendolyn
Squatter; Shani Mootoo, A Garden of Her Own; Alice Brooks, We Real Cool; Word Order; Edmund Spenser,Features Munro, Boys and Girls; Hélène Rioux, Opening Night. One Day I Wrote Her Name Upon the Strand; e.e.
• Each genre is organized by literary elements Poetry cummings, anyone lived in a pretty how town; A.E.
Housman, To an Athlete Dying Young; Emilythat assist the student in reading that genre 11. Understanding Poetry. Nikki Giovanni, Poetry;
Dickinson, My Life Had Stood — A Loaded Gun. Archibald MacLeish, Ars Poetica; Irving Layton,
• “Reading and Reacting” questions include Whatever Else Poetry Is Freedom; Defining Poetry; 15. Imagery. Robert Kroetsch, Meditation on Tom
suggestions for writing, including journal William Shakespeare, That Time of Year Thou Mayst Thomson; William Carlos Williams, The Red
in Me Behold; Lorna Crozier, Poem about Nothing; Wheelbarrow; Ezra Pound, In a Station of the Metro;prompts
e.e. cummings, l(a; Reading Poetry; Recognizing Gary Snyder, Some Good Things to Be Said for the
• “Related Works” feature enables students to Kinds of Poetry; Narrative Poetry; Lyric Poetry; Iron Age; Erin Mouré, It Is Only Me; William Carlos
Discovering Themes in Poetry; Adrienne Rich, Amake connections among works and among Williams, The Great Figure; Matsuo Basho, Four
Woman Mourned by Daughters; Raymond Carver, Haiku; Carolyn Kizer, After Basho; Richard Wilbur,genres
Photograph of My Father in His Twenty-Second Year; Sleepless at Crown Point; Robert Frost, Nothing Gold
Patrick Lane, Fathers and Sons. Poems For Further• Footnotes explain unfamiliar terminology Can Stay; George Eliott Clarke, Casualties; Wilfred
Reading. Poems about Parents; Theodore Roethke, Owen, Dulce et Decorum Est.
Contents My Papa’s Waltz; Dylan Thomas, Do Not Go Gentle 16. Figures of Speech. William Shakespeare, Shall I
1. Understanding Literature. What Is Literature? into That Good Night; Dionne Brand, Blues Spiritual Compare Thee to a Summer’s Day? Simile, Metaphor,
for Mammy Prater; Robert Hayden, Those WinterImaginative Literature; Conventional Themes; The and Personification; Margaret Atwood, Death of a
Sundays; Seamus Heaney, Digging; Irving Layton,Literary Canon; Luisa Valenzuela, All about Suicide; Young Son by Drowning; Lawrence Ferlinghetti,
Keine Lazarovitch 1870–1959; Michael Ondaatje,Wole Soyinka, Telephone Conversation. Constantly Risking Absurdity; Audre Lorde, Rooming
Letters and Other Worlds; Poems about Love;2. Reading and Writing about Literature. Houses Are Old Women; Robert Burns, Oh, My Love
Christopher Marlowe, The Passionate Shepherd to HisPreviewing; Highlighting; Earle Birney, Bushed; Is like a Red, Red, Rose; Pat Lowther, Wanting;
Love; Sir Walter Raleigh, The Nymph’s Reply to theAnnotating; Planning an Essay; Considering Your Randall Jarrell, The Death of the Ball Turret Gunner;
Shepherd; Thomas Campion, There Is a Garden in HerAudience; Understanding Your Purpose; Writing to Marge Piercy, The Secretary Chant; John Donne, A
Face; William Shakespeare, My Mistress’ Eyes AreRespond; Writing to Interpret; Writing to Evaluate; Valediction: Forbidding Mourning; Hyperbole and
Nothing Like the Sun; Robert Browning, Meeting atChoosing a Topic; Finding Something to Say; Understatement; Sylvia Plath, Daddy; Al Purdy,
Night; Robert Browning, Parting at Morning;Brainstorming; Keeping a Journal; Seeing Lament for the Dorsets; Anne Bradstreet, To My Dear
Elizabeth Barrett Browning, How Do I Love Thee?Connections; Listing; Deciding on a Thesis; Preparing and Loving Husband; Andrew Marvell, To His Coy
Margaret Atwood, Variations on the Word Love; W.H.an Outline; Drafting an Essay; Revising and Editing an Mistress; Robert Frost, “Out, Out—”; Donald Hall, My
Auden, Stop All the Clocks, Cut Off the Telephone;Essay; Strategies for Revision; The Revision Process; Son, My Executioner; Margaret Atwood, You Fit Into
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