50 Essays Anthology

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This would be an excellent book for an English writing class. Science, history, personal memoirs, politics, and simply excellent literature are all here.Inevitable, predictable emphasis on race and gender, but high quality authors and works throughout.The Declaration of Independence) and but there are a lot that are taken from full works or practically unknown essays.

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A useful and practical tool to be used for inducting youthful consciences into the liberal and progressive worldview.

This book is used on various HS and college campuses for composition courses.

Essays I Like: The Joy of Reading and Writing: Superman and Me, Sherman Alexie Why Don't We Complain? A nice thing about this collection is that most of the essays are relatively unknown, with obvious exceptions like "The Declaration of Independence". Shooting an Elephant, George Orwell Kid Kustomers, Eric Schlosser The Men We Carry in Our Minds, Scott Russell Sanders Shooting Dad, Sarah Vowell Essays I didn't like:, Rachel Carson The one by Richard Rodriguez Notes of a Native Son, James Baldwin And I would lose interest on any essay that was over 12 pages I ended up reading this entire book even though I only need to read like six of the essays.

Essays I Like: The Joy of Reading and Writing: Superman and Me, Sherman Alexie Why Don't We Complain? There are a few really well know bits included (i.e.

The carefully chosen table of contents presents enough familiarity to reassure instructors, enough novelty to50 Essays: A Portable Anthology directly addresses students' and instructors' concerns that composition readers are too expensive and too large.

The carefully chosen table of contents presents enough familiarity to reassure instructors, enough novelty to keep things interesting, and enough variety to accommodate many different teaching needs.50 Essays: A Portable Anthology directly addresses students' and instructors' concerns that composition readers are too expensive and too large.At less than half the size and price of comparable readers, 50 Essays meets the needs of a wide variety of classrooms.Preface for Instructors Alternative Tables of Contents By rhetorical mode By purpose By theme By clusters and paired readings By chronological order Introduction for Students: Active Reading, Critical Thinking, and the Writing Process Readings Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, To My One Love Sherman Alexie, The Joy of Reading and Writing: Superman and Me Gloria Anzaldúa, How to Tame a Wild Tongue Barbara Lazear Ascher, On Compassion James Baldwin, Notes of a Native Son James Boswell, On War William f. Alan Burdick, The Truth about Invasive Species Nicholas Carr, Is Google Making Us Stupid?Ta-Nehisi Coates, The Paranoid Style of American Policing Judith Ortiz Cofer, The Myth of the Latin Woman: I Just Met a Girl Named María Daniel Defoe, The Education of Women Joan Didion, On Keeping a Notebook Frederick Douglass, Learning to Read and Write Brian Doyle, Joyas Voladores Barbara Ehrenreich, Serving in Florida Lars Eighner, On Dumpster Diving Stephanie Ericsson, The Ways We Lie Malcolm Gladwell, Small Change: Why the Revolution Will Not Be Tweeted Christina Henriquez, Lunch Langston Hughes, Salvation Zora Neale Hurston, How It Feels to Be Colored Me Thomas Jefferson, The Declaration of Independence Camden Joy, Surviving Sinatra Jamaica Kincaid, The Ugly Tourist Questions on Rhetoric and Style Stephen King, Reading to Write Verlyn Klinkenborg, Our Vanishing Night Audre Lorde, The Fourth of July Nancy Mairs, On Being a Cripple Malcolm X, Learning to Read John Mc Phee, The Search for Marvin Gardens Lydia Millet, Victor’s Hall Bharati Mukherjee, Two Ways to Belong in America George Orwell, Shooting an Elephant Plato, The Allegory of the Cave Richard Rodriguez, from Aria Mike Rose, "I Just Wanna Be Average" Oliver Sacks, My Periodic Table David Sedaris, Me Talk Pretty One Day Brent Staples, Just Walk on By: Black Men and Public Space John Jeremiah Sullivan, Feet in Smoke Jonathan Swift, A Modest Proposal Amy Tan, Mother Tongue Henry David Thoreau, Civil Disobedience James Thurber, The Subjunctive Mood Miya Tokumitsu, In the Name of Love E. It's actually more enjoyable if you have someone to make you think about them, like a professor does.This is an anthology of skillful rhetoricians and writers.Myth of a Latin Woman The Ways We Lie Behind the Formaldehyde Curtain-so dryly funny and interesting Two Ways to Belong in America Being Black and Middle Class A Modest Proposal Aren't I a Woman?Mother Tongue The inclusion of historical essays like Machiavelli excerpt and Declaration of Independence Didn't like: The essay by Richard Rodriguez, melodramaticby Dave Barry, seemed overcautious Stunt Pilot was dull I enjoy teaching from this book because of the variety of material and its compactness.The editorial apparatus has been designed to support that variety of needs without being intrusive.In its second edition, 50 Essays continues to offer selections that instructors love to teach, with even more flexibility and more support for academic writing.

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