8th Edition Essay Prose Reader Reading Thinking Writing

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Praised by instructors and enjoyed by students for their clarity and wit, the chapters in the “Elements” section explain the poetic elements, and deepen students' understanding through lively examples.The “Approaches” section is made up of two chapters to help shape students' in-depth study and writing of research papers: one on Robert Frost and one on humor and satire.Please note there may be a delay in delivering your e-mail depending on the size of the files. These materials are owned by Macmillan Learning or its licensors and are protected by copyright laws in the United States and other jurisdictions.

Praised by instructors and enjoyed by students for their clarity and wit, the chapters in the “Elements” section explain the poetic elements, and deepen students' understanding through lively examples.The “Approaches” section is made up of two chapters to help shape students' in-depth study and writing of research papers: one on Robert Frost and one on humor and satire.Please note there may be a delay in delivering your e-mail depending on the size of the files. These materials are owned by Macmillan Learning or its licensors and are protected by copyright laws in the United States and other jurisdictions.

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Symbol, Allegory, and Irony Symbol Robert Frost • ACQUAINTED WITH THE NIGHTAllegory Edgar Allan Poe • THE HAUNTED PALACE Irony Edwin Arlington Robinson • RICHARD CORY A SAMPLE STUDENT RESPONSE Irony in Edwin Arlington Robinson’s “Richard Cory” Kenneth Fearing • AD E. Cummings • NEXT TO OF COURSE GOD AMERICA I Stephen Crane • A MAN SAID TO THE UNIVERSE Poems for Further Study Bob Hicok • MAKING IT IN POETRY Jane Kenyon • SURPRISE Kevin Pierce • PROOF OF ORIGIN Carl Sandburg • BUTTONS Denise Duhamel • HOW IT WILL END Julio Marzán • ETHNIC POETRY Mark Halliday • GRADED PAPER Charles Simic • THE STORM Henry Reed • NAMING OF PARTS Allen Braden • THE HEMLOCK TREE Robert Browning • MY LAST DUCHESS William Blake • THE CHIMNEY SWEEPER Walt Whitman • FROM SONG OF MYSELF Gary Soto • BEHIND GRANDMA’S HOUSE 7.

Patterns of Rhythm Some Principles of Meter Walt Whitman • FROM SONG OF THE OPEN ROAD William Wordsworth • MY HEART LEAPS UP SUGGESTIONS FOR SCANNING A POEM Timothy Steele • WAITING FOR THE STORM A SAMPLE STUDENT RESPONSE The Rhythm of Anticipation in Timothy Steele’s “Waiting for the Storm” William Butler Yeats • THAT THE NIGHT COME Poems for Further Study William Trowbridge • DRUMMING BEHIND YOU IN THE HIGH SCHOOL BAND Alice Jones • THE FOOT A. Housman • WHEN I WAS ONE-AND-TWENTY Christopher Merrill • A BOY JUGGLING A SOCCER BALL Robert Herrick • DELIGHT IN DISORDER Ben Jonson • STILL TO BE NEAT William Blake • THE LAMB William Blake • THE TYGER Carl Sandburg • CHICAGO John Maloney • GOOD! Housman • LOVELIEST OF TREES, THE CHERRY NOW Robert Herrick • UPON JULIA’S CLOTHES Sonnet John Keats • ON FIRST LOOKING INTO CHAPMAN’S HOMER William Wordsworth • THE WORLD IS TOO MUCH WITH US William Shakespeare • SHALL I COMPARE THEE TO A SUMMER’S DAY? Harper • LEARNING TO READ Gerard Manley Hopkins • PIED BEAUTY A. Housman • TO AN ATHLETE DYING YOUNG Julia Ward Howe • BATTLE-HYMN OF THE REPUBLIC Langston Hughes • HARLEMGeorgia Douglas Johnson • CALLING DREAMSBen Jonson • TO CELIA John Keats • TO ONE WHO HAS BEEN LONG IN CITY PENT John Keats • LA BELLE DAME SANS MERCI Emma Lazarus • THE NEW COLOSSUS Amy Lowell • A DECADE John Milton • ON THE LATE MASSACRE IN PIEDMONT John Milton • WHEN I CONSIDER HOW MY LIGHT IS SPENT Christina Georgina Rossetti • SOME LADIES DRESS IN MUSLIN FULL AND WHITE Siegfried Sassoon • “THEY” William Shakespeare • THAT TIME OF YEAR THOU MAYST IN ME BEHOLD William Shakespeare • WHEN, IN DISGRACE WITH FORTUNE AND MEN’S EYES Percy Bysshe Shelley • OZYMANDIAS Alfred, Lord Tennyson • ULYSSES Walt Whitman • WHEN I HEARD THE LEARN’D ASTRONOMER Walt Whitman • ONE’S-SELF I SING William Wordsworth • A SLUMBER DID MY SPIRIT SEAL William Wordsworth • THE SOLITARY REAPER William Wordsworth • MUTABILITY William Butler Yeats • LEDA AND THE SWAN CRITICAL THINKING AND WRITING ABOUT POETRY 15.

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