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One hundred great essays / edited by Robert DiYanni. [print]

Contributor(s): DiYanni, RobertMaterial type: TextTextSeries: Penguin academicsPublication details: New York : Pearson Longman, (c)2008. Edition: third editionDescription: xx, 770 pages ; 21 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0205535550; 9780205535552Subject(s): College readers | English language -- Rhetoric -- Problems, exercises, etc | Report writing -- Problems, exercises, etc | EssaysLOC classification: PE1417.O544 2008Online resources: Copyright permission request form. COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
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How to tame a wild tongue Gloria Anzaldua Of studies Francis Bacon Growing up Russell Baker Notes of a native son James Baldwin Road warrior Dave Barry Toys Roland Barthes Attending a world Mary Catherine Bateson Into the electronic millennium Sven Birkerts I want a life Judy Brady Feminity Susan Brownmiller Influenza Jane Brox The wound in the face Angela Carter Letter to his son Lord Chesterfield Casa : a partial remembrance of a Puerto Rican childhood Judith Ortiz Cofer Calculated risks K.C. Cole Burl's Bernard Cooper How we listen Aaron Copland Natural selection Charles Darwin The geography of imagination Guy Davenport Marrying absurd Joan Didion On self-respect Joan Didion Living like weasels Annie Dillard No man is an island John Donne Learning to read and write Frederick Douglass Joyas Voladoras Brian Doyle Of our spiritual striving W.E.B. DuBois Lights of the long night Andre Dubus About men Gretel Ehrlich Speech to the troops at Tilbury Queen Elizabeth I Living with music Ralph Ellison Nature Ralph Waldo Emerson Never do that to a book Anne Fadiman The value of science Richard Feynman Sister Bernadette's barking dog Kitty Burns Florey Arriving at perfection Benjamin Franklin The interpretation of dreams Sigmund Freud The landscape of history John Lewis Gaddis The middle way : learning to balance family and work Ellen Gilchrist More than just a shrine : Ellis Island Mary Gordon On the pleasure of hating William Hazlitt The colonel Michael Hogan Naps Barbara Holland Salvation Langston Hughes Nowhere man Pico Iyer The Declaration of Independence Thomas Jefferson 189 365 Yoshida Kenko The ugly tourist Jamaica Kincaid Letter from Birmingham Jail Martin Luther King, Jr. I have a dream Martin Luther King, Jr. On discovery Maxine Hong Kingston The dog, the family : a household tale August Kleinzahler You are what you say Robin Tolmach Lakoff A bachelor's complaint Charles Lamb On Ben Franklin's virtues D.H. Lawrence Coming home again Chang-Rae Lee The curse of talent Michael Lewis The Gettysburg Address Abraham Lincoln The stone horse Barry Lopez The Morals of the Prince Niccolo Machiavelli The Communist Manifesto Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels Shul James McBride Portrait of an ideal world H.L. Mencken Body ritual among the Nacirema Horace Miner The way to rainy mountain N. Scott Momaday Of smells Michel de Montaigne Are you somebody? Nuala O'Faolain Politics and the English language George Orwell Shooting an elephant George Orwell The din in the head Cynthia Ozick The allegory of the cave Plato The necessary enemy Katherine Anne Porter The medium is the metaphor Neil Postman Between the sexes, a great divide Anna Quindlen Aria : a memoir of a bilingual childhood Richard Rodriguez Letter from Charlestown State Prison Nicola Sacco Under the influence Scott Russell Sanders What secrets tell Luc Sante Speech on the signing of the Treaty of Port Elliott Chief Seattle Me talk pretty one day David Sedaris Nonverbal/verbal Leonard Shlain Landscape, history, and the Pueblo imagination Leslie Marmon Silko A woman's beauty : put-down or power source? Susan Sontag Declaration of sentiments and resolutions Elizabeth Cady Stanton Just walk on by : black men and public space Brent Staples On being black and middle class Brent Staples A modest proposal Jonathan Swift Les tres riches heures de Martha Stewart Margaret Talbot Mother tongue Amy Tan The corner of they eye Lewis Thomas Why I went to the woods Henry David Thoreau University days James Thurber And ain't I a woman? Sojourner Truth Reading the river Mark Twain From listening Eudora Welty Once more to the lake E.B. White The Duke of deception Geoffrey Wolfe A vindication of the rights of woman Mary Wollstonecraft The death of the moth Virginia Woolf Professions for women Virginia Woolf.
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How to tame a wild tongue Gloria Anzaldua Of studies Francis Bacon Growing up Russell Baker Notes of a native son James Baldwin Road warrior Dave Barry Toys Roland Barthes Attending a world Mary Catherine Bateson Into the electronic millennium Sven Birkerts I want a life Judy Brady Feminity Susan Brownmiller Influenza Jane Brox The wound in the face Angela Carter Letter to his son Lord Chesterfield Casa : a partial remembrance of a Puerto Rican childhood Judith Ortiz Cofer Calculated risks K.C. Cole Burl's Bernard Cooper How we listen Aaron Copland Natural selection Charles Darwin The geography of imagination Guy Davenport Marrying absurd Joan Didion On self-respect Joan Didion Living like weasels Annie Dillard No man is an island John Donne Learning to read and write Frederick Douglass Joyas Voladoras Brian Doyle Of our spiritual striving W.E.B. DuBois Lights of the long night Andre Dubus About men Gretel Ehrlich Speech to the troops at Tilbury Queen Elizabeth I Living with music Ralph Ellison Nature Ralph Waldo Emerson Never do that to a book Anne Fadiman The value of science Richard Feynman Sister Bernadette's barking dog Kitty Burns Florey Arriving at perfection Benjamin Franklin The interpretation of dreams Sigmund Freud The landscape of history John Lewis Gaddis The middle way : learning to balance family and work Ellen Gilchrist More than just a shrine : Ellis Island Mary Gordon On the pleasure of hating William Hazlitt The colonel Michael Hogan Naps Barbara Holland Salvation Langston Hughes Nowhere man Pico Iyer The Declaration of Independence Thomas Jefferson 189 365 Yoshida Kenko The ugly tourist Jamaica Kincaid Letter from Birmingham Jail Martin Luther King, Jr. I have a dream Martin Luther King, Jr. On discovery Maxine Hong Kingston The dog, the family : a household tale August Kleinzahler You are what you say Robin Tolmach Lakoff A bachelor's complaint Charles Lamb On Ben Franklin's virtues D.H. Lawrence Coming home again Chang-Rae Lee The curse of talent Michael Lewis The Gettysburg Address Abraham Lincoln The stone horse Barry Lopez The Morals of the Prince Niccolo Machiavelli The Communist Manifesto Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels Shul James McBride Portrait of an ideal world H.L. Mencken Body ritual among the Nacirema Horace Miner The way to rainy mountain N. Scott Momaday Of smells Michel de Montaigne Are you somebody? Nuala O'Faolain Politics and the English language George Orwell Shooting an elephant George Orwell The din in the head Cynthia Ozick The allegory of the cave Plato The necessary enemy Katherine Anne Porter The medium is the metaphor Neil Postman Between the sexes, a great divide Anna Quindlen Aria : a memoir of a bilingual childhood Richard Rodriguez Letter from Charlestown State Prison Nicola Sacco Under the influence Scott Russell Sanders What secrets tell Luc Sante Speech on the signing of the Treaty of Port Elliott Chief Seattle Me talk pretty one day David Sedaris Nonverbal/verbal Leonard Shlain Landscape, history, and the Pueblo imagination Leslie Marmon Silko A woman's beauty : put-down or power source? Susan Sontag Declaration of sentiments and resolutions Elizabeth Cady Stanton Just walk on by : black men and public space Brent Staples On being black and middle class Brent Staples A modest proposal Jonathan Swift Les tres riches heures de Martha Stewart Margaret Talbot Mother tongue Amy Tan The corner of they eye Lewis Thomas Why I went to the woods Henry David Thoreau University days James Thurber And ain't I a woman? Sojourner Truth Reading the river Mark Twain From listening Eudora Welty Once more to the lake E.B. White The Duke of deception Geoffrey Wolfe A vindication of the rights of woman Mary Wollstonecraft The death of the moth Virginia Woolf Professions for women Virginia Woolf.

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