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The Little, Brown reader

Author: Marcia Stubbs; Sylvan Barnet
Publisher: Boston : Longman, ©2012.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 12th edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Problems and exercises
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marcia Stubbs; Sylvan Barnet
ISBN: 9780205028627 0205028624
OCLC Number: 666246491
Description: xxii, 570 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Content new to this edition is indicated in bold 1 A Writer ReadsPreviewingSkimmingGary Steiner Animal, Vegetable, MineralHighlighting, Underlining, AnnotatingSummarizingCritical Thinking: Analyzing the TextTone and PersonaAlexander Mauskop, Lawrence S. Lerner, L. David Peters, Lisa Dinhofer, Sandy Asirvatham, Alice Dosaulmiers Letters Responding to Gary SteinerA Checklist: Analyzing Letters of Response A CHECKLIST: READING, ANALYZING, AND EVALUATING AN ESSAYBrent Staples Black Men and Public Space 2 A Reader WritesIncorporating Your Reading into Your Thinking: The Art and Science of SynthesisA Controversial EssayC.S. Lewis We Have No "Right to Happiness"Responding to an EssayThe Writing ProcessA CHECKLIST: GETTING STARTEDGetting Ready to Write a Draft Draft of an Essay: On "`We Have No "Right to Happiness'"Revising and Editing a DraftA Revised Draft: Persuasive Strategies in C. S. Lewis's "We Have No 'Right to Happiness'" Rethinking the Thesis: Preliminary NotesThe Final Version: Style and Argument: An Examination of C. S. Lewis`s "We Have No `Right to Happiness' "A Brief Overview of the Final VersionA CHECKLIST. ANALYZING YOUR ANALYSIS 3 Academic WritingKinds of ProseA Note on Writing a SummaryMore about Critical Thinking: Analysis and EvaluationA CHECKLIST. CRITICAL THINKINGJoining the Conversation: Writing about Differing ViewsInterviewingUsing QuotationsAvoiding Plagiarism A CHECKLIST: AVOIDING PLAGIARISM,How Much Do You Know about Citing Sources? A Quiz, with AnswersA CHECKLIST. THIRTEEN QUESTIONS TO ASK YOURSELF WHEN EDITINGA Student's Documented EssayJason Green Did Dorothea Lange Pose Her Subject for "Migrant Mother"? 4 Writing an ArgumentThe Aims of an Argumentative EssayNegotiating Agreements: The Approach of Carl R. Rogers A CHECKLIST: ROGERIAN ARGUMENT Some Ways of Arguing: Appeals to Reason and Appeals to EmotionsThree Kinds of Evidence: Examples, Testimony,, StatisticsHow Much Evidence Is Enough?Avoiding FallaciesDrafting an ArgumentOrganizing an ArgumentIntroductory and Concluding ParagraphsA CHECKLIST: REVISING PARAGRAPHSPersona and StyleAn Overview: An Examination of an ArgumentRichard Rhodes Hollow Claims about Fantasy ViolenceThe Analysis AnalyzedAn Argument about Phoning While DrivingAnonymous Turn Car On; Turn Phone OffA Debate for Analysis: Do Credit Companies Market Too Aggressively to Youths? Two ViewsTravis B. Plunkett Yes, Credit Companies Market Too Aggressively to YouthsLouis J. Freeh No, Credit Companies Do Not Market Too Aggressively to Youths A CHECKLIST: REVISING DRAFTS OF ARGUMENTS 5 Reading and Writing Arguments about ImagesThe Language of PicturesWriting about an AdvertisementLooking CloselyA CHECKLIST. ANALYZING ADVERTISEMENTSWriting about a Political Cartoon A CHECKLIST. ANALYZING POLITICAL CARTOONSLou Jacobs Jr. What Qualities Does a Good Photograph Have?Sample Analysis of a PhotographA Sample Essay by a Student: Zoe Morales Dancing at Durango 6 All in the FamilyILLUSTRATIONSPablo Picasso The Acrobat's Family with a Monkeyloanne Leonard SoniaSHORT VIEWSAnonymous (William James?), Marcel Proust, Leo Tolstoy, Jessie Bernard, Jane AustenLewis Coser The FamilyArlie Hochschild The Second Shift: Employed Women Are Putting in Anotheer Day of Work atHomeJudy Brady I Want a WifeGabrielle Glaser Scenes from an IntermarriageAndrew Sullivan Why the "M" Word Matters to MeLaurie Essig and Lynne Owens What If Marriage Is Bad for Us?Sam Schulman Letting GoAnonymous Confessions of an Erstwhile ChildMary Eberstadt Eminem Is RightCelia E. Rothenberg Child of DivorceBlack Elk High Horse's CourtingJamaica Kincaid Girl (story)Theodore Roethke My Papa's Waltz (poem) 7 IdentitiesILLUSTRATIONSDorothea Lange Grandfather and Grandchildren Awaiting Evacuation Bus, Hayward, CaliforniaMarion Post Wolcott Behind the Bar, Birney, MontanaSHORT VIEWSMargaret Mead, Simone de Beauvoir, Israel Zangwill, Joyce Carol Oates, Martin Luther King Jr., Shirley ChisholmRogelio R. Gomez Foul ShotsNancy Mairs On Being a CrippleZora Neale Hurston How It Feels to Be Colored MeGloria Naylor A Question of LanguageStephen Jay Gould Women's BrainsPaul Theroux The Male MythKatha Pollitt Why Boys Don't Play with DollsLangston Hughes SalvationAmy Tan Snapshot: Lost Lives of WomenA Casebook on RaceColumbia Encyclopedia RaceArmand Marie Leroi A Family Tree in Every GeneDavid Fitch, Herbert J. Gans, Mary T. Bassett, Lynn M. Morgan, Martin E. Fuller, John Waldman Letters Responding to Armand Marie LeroiShelby Steele Hailing While BlackCountee Cullen Incident (poem) 8 Teaching and LearningILLUSTRATIONSWinslow Homer BlackboardGary Trudeau DoonesburySHORT VIEWSFrancis Bacon, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Emma Goldman, Jesse Jackson, Ralph Waldo Emerson, D. H. Lawrence, Prince Kropotkin, John Ruskin, Confucius, Joseph Wood Krutch,Plato The Myth of the CaveTwo Debates (Four Arguments) for Analysis: 1. Do Video Games Significantly Enhance Literacy?James Paul Gee ProHoward Gardner Con2. Should Laptops Be Banned from the Classroom?Andrew Goldstein (student) Keep Online Poker Out of the Classroom: Why Professors Should Ban LaptopsElena Choy Laptops in the Classroom? No ProblemFrederick Douglass Learning to Read and WriteRichard Rodriguez Public and Private LanguageMaya Angelou GraduationWalter Kirn Class DismissedFan Shen The Classroom and the Wider CultureDavid Brooks, "The Other Education"David Gelernter UnpluggedA Casebook on Testing and GradingPaul Goodman A Proposal to Abolish GradingDiane Ravitch In Defense of TestingJoy Alonso Two Cheers for ExaminationsA Casebook: College Advice from People Who Have Been There AwhileBrief Advice to First-year Students, Offered by Old-timersStanley Fish The Hunt for a Good TeacherGerald Graff An Argument Worth HavingGary Wills Play PoliticsMartha Nusbaum Go the Wrong WayLangston Hughes Theme for English B (poem) 9 Work and PlayILLUSTRATIONSDorothea Lange Lettuce Cutters, Salinas ValleyHelen Levitt ChildrenSHORT VIEWSMark Twain, Duke of Wellington, Barbara Ehrenreich, Smohalla, Lost Star, John Ruskin, Vince Lombardi, George Orwell, Friedrich Nietzsche, Walt Whitman, Ken Burns, BionBertrand Russell WorkMike Rose Brains as Well as BrawnMatthew Crawford The Case for Working with Your HandsGabriel Thompson, "A Gringo in the Lettuce Fields"Zev Chafetz Let Steroids Into the Hall of FameMarge Piercy, "To Be of Use" 10 MessagesILLUSTRATIONSJill Posener Born Kicking, Graffiti on Billboard, LondonAnonymous SapolioSHORT VIEWSVoltaire, Marianne Moore, Derek Walcott, Jane Wagner, Emily Dickinson, Anonymous, Rosalie Maggio, Alan JacobsAbraham Lincoln Address at the Dedication of the Gettysburg National CemeteryGilbert Highet The Gettysburg AddressRobin Lakoff You Are What You SayEdward T. Hall Proxemics in the Arab WorldJames B. Twitchell The Marlboro Man: The Perfect CampaignEric Schlosser Kid KustomersJulia Bird, 14: a txt msg pom (poem) 11 Social NetworkingILLUSTRATIONSPeer Steiner On the Internet, nobody knows you're a dogTime Magazine Person of the YearThree CartoonsTerri Libenson The Frazzled Mom's Default FacebookBliss No, Mother, I've been busyScott Stantis The newspaper says . . .SHORT VIEWSHenry David Thoreau, Paul Saffo, Marshall McLuhan, Anonynous, AnonymousChristine Rosen Virtual FriendshipJeff Howe Tomorrow's CrowdClay Shirky Everyone Is a Media OutletA Casebook on Virtual WorldsBrent Staples What Adolescents Miss When We Let Them Grow Up in CyberspaceJeremy Rifkin Virtual CompanionshipKay S. Hymowitz Big Mother Is WatchingA Casebook on Twitter: Two Essays and Two CartoonsDavid Carr Why Twitter Will EndureMaureen Dowd To Tweet or Not to TweetRoz Chast Meet Mr. TwittersAlex Gregory Hey, fansNorman Silver txt commandment 12 Law and DisorderILLUSTRATIONSBernie Boston Flower PowerNorman Rockwell The Problem We All Live WithSHORT VIEWSAfrican Proverb, Niccolo" Machiavelli, Andrew Fletcher, Samuel Johnson, William Blake, Anatole France, H. L. Mencken, Mae WestThomas Jefferson The Declaration of IndependenceMartin Luther King Jr. Nonviolent ResistanceMartin Luther King Jr. Letter from Birmingham JailMichael Levin The Case for TortureA Casebook on BullyingNatalie Angier The Sandbox: Bully for You--Why Push Comes to ShoveAndrew Keen Douse the Online FlamesDan Wasserman School Officials Take a Test 13 CONSUMER CULTUREILLUSTRATIONS Grant Wood American Gothic Richard Hamilton just what is it that makes today's homes so different, so appealing?SHORT VIEWSChinese Proverb,William Blake, Anonymous, George Bernard Shaw, G. C. Lichtenberg, Anonymous, Alison Lurie, Rudi Gernreich, Kenneth Clark, Le Corbusier, EpictetusHenry David Thoreau, Where I LIIed, and What I Lived ForMichael Pollan Eat Food: Food DefinedMichael Ableman Feeding Our FutureDavid Gerard Hogan Fast FoodDonna Maurer VegetarianismJonathan Safran Foer Against Meat (Or at Least Percent of It)Paul Goldberger Quick! Before It Crumbles!Peter Singer and Jim Mason Wal-Mart: Everyday Low Prices At What Cost?Sheldon Richman The Chutzpah of Wal-Mart's CriticsJonathan Swift A Modest ProposalJames Wright Lying in a Hammock at William Duffy's Farm in Pine Island, Minnesota (poem) 14 Our Environment: Present and FutureILLUSTRATIONSThe 2010 BP oil spillSHORT VIEWSHenry David Thoreau, Theodore Roosevelt, Prince Charles, John McCain, Rush Limbaugh, Brooke Medicine Eagle, Native American proverbEdward Abbey Eco-DefenseDaniel Goleman and Gregory Norris How Green Was My BottleAl Gore We Can't Wish Away Climate ChangeSimon Noble and Generoso Pope Letters of Responding to Al GoreNicolette Hahn Niman The Carnivore's DilemmaRobert Frost Fire and Ice (poem) Appendix: A Writer's Glossary
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