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The Norton Anthology of American Literature, Package 1: Volumes A and B
Now presented in a 5-volume portable format, the 7th edition of The Norton Anthology of American Literature remains to be one of the best teaching tools in teaching English classes. This timeless survey of literature (from as early as the 16th century) covers the works of more than 240 writers, spanning the classical to the post modernist eras and beyond....
Now presented in a 5-volume portable format, the 7th edition of The Norton Anthology of American Literature remains to be one of the best teaching tools in teaching English classes. This timeless survey of literature (from as early as the 16th century) covers the works of more than 240 writers, spanning the classical to the post modernist eras and beyond. The book captures the diversity of literature, presenting all the major works from writers that students know and love, like Hawthorne, Douglass, Thoreau, Chopin, Clemens, Faulkner, Larsen, and Williams, among many others. The Norton Anthology of American Literature, Package 1: Volumes A and B (ISBN 9780393929935) is a best-selling collection edited and reexamined by a team of seasoned editors, along with period editors that gave their fresh new perspective to make this teaching tool even more successful. The book was edited under the watchful eye of Nina Baym, author of a long list of publications on literature and a recipient of the prestigious MLA's Hubbell medal for her lifetime achievement in the study of American Literature. Some of Baym's most commended works include Woman's Fiction: A Guide to Novels by and About Women in America, and American Women Writers and the Work of History. This latest version has received its grandest revision yet, with each footnote, headnote, introduction, and bibliography, revised to ensure relevance. As a part of the long standing tradition of the anthology, this edition still offers a good balance of the traditional and the developing literature, an extensive array of works from each era of America's literary history, and a long list of works from a wide selection of individual authors, all of which ultimately help teachers develop their own approach.
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