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Introduction to Literature- Pearson Custom Library

Introduction to Literature- Pearson Custom Library
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  • Seller:Eborn Books - Salt Lake City
  • Sales Rank:2,372,922
  • Languages:English (Unknown), English (Published)
  • Media:Paperback
  • Pages:123
  • Shipping Weight (lbs):2.2
  • Dimensions (in):9 x 6 x 1.7
  • Publication Date:2006
  • ISBN:0536136076
  • EAN:9780536136077
  • ASIN:0536136076
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This is the Introduction to Literature textbook for the University of Wisconsin 167 class and contains the following selections: A Street in Bronzeville: Southeast Corner- Gwendolyn Brooks Martin Luther King Jr.- Gwendolyn Brooks We Real Cool- Gwendolyn Brooks My Last Duchess- Robert Browning Homage to my Lips- Lucille Clifton Yet Do I Marvel- Countee Cullen in Just- e.e. Cummings ["next to of course god america I]- e.e. Cummings A Narrow Fellow in the Grass- Emily Dickinson Because I could not stop for Death- Emily Dickinson I heard a Fly buzz- Emily Dickinson I Never Saw a Moor- Emily Dickinson Some keep the Sabbath going to Church-Emily Dickinson The Soul selects her own Society-Emily Dickinson "Design" and "In White- Robert Frost Mending Wall- Robert Frost Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening-Robert Frost Harlem [2]- Langston Hughes Monster to Son- Langston Hughes The Negro Speaks of Rivers- Langston Hughes The Death of the Ball Turret Gunner- Randall Jarrell When I consider how my light is spent- John Milton Ethics- Linda Pastan Barbie Doll- Marge Piercy Mirror- Sylvia Plath In a Station of the Metro- Ezra Pound Richard Cory- Edwin Arlington Robinson My Papa's Waltz- Theodore Roethke Fog- Carl Sandburg A Noiseless Patient Spider- Walt Whitman I Hear America Singing- Walt Whitman When I Heard the Learn'd Astronomer- Walt Whitman The Red Wheelbarrow- William Carols Williams I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud- William Wordsworth The World is Too Much with Us- William Wordsworth

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