Pearson Classic Short Prose Reader, The, 1st edition
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Suitable for undergraduate English composition, English literature, and essay writing.
The Prentice Hall Classic Short Prose Reader is a unique new anthology that offers students twenty-five of some of the best and most often taught essays. This succinct, affordable collection is a must-have for all students of English prose writing. The work of such distinguished authors as Jonathan Swift, Virginia Woolf, and George Orwell, along with that of contemporaries such as Margaret Atwood and Joan Didion, are among the selections. Short introductions preface each essay, leading readers directly into the works of some of the world's most respected writers.
Table of contents
Essay Table of Contents (listed alphabetically by essay title).
Alternate Table of Contents (listed alphabetically by author).
25 essays, each preceded by a short introduction. * indicates Canadian author.
Table of Contents (alphabetical by title).
Appendix: Titles listed according to mode.
Published by Pearson Canada (June 1st 2001) - Copyright © 2002