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Fictions, 4th

 
지은이 : Trimmer/Jennings
출판사 : Harcourt Brace
페이지수 : 1230
ISBN : 0155039679
예상출고일 : 입금확인후 2일 이내
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도서가격 : 10,000원
적립금 : 300 Point
     

 
This collection of 100 stories brings new features to the fourth edition of Fictions. In this popular study of the elements of fiction, masterpieces of traditional fiction are entwined with contemporary writings to create a thought-provoking and effective study of what makes great fiction writing. The five basic elements of fiction are clearly defined and explored using concrete examples from stories contained in the text, combined with study questions and essay topics which encourage students to explore ideas on their own. Features: * The introduction, "Reading and Writing About Short Stories", begins by defining the five basic elements of fiction--plot, characterization, setting, point of view and theme. * The introduction also acquaints students with the process of writing an essay about a short story and includes a case study of a student paper on Kate Chopin's "Story of an Hour". * Wide variety of short stories--the best of traditional and contemporary writers. * Minimal apparatus includes a headnote and questions for discussion and writing. * There is an alternate thematic table of contents. New to this edition: * New selections include many new writers and selections (37 new stories) and four novellas. * New Part II--an anthology of "paired stories" organized to enable students to compare how two writers develop one of the major elements in their story. * Instruction on how to use sources to write a critical analysis of a story. Advice is provided for all aspects of the research process, from finding sources to citations (including using electronic sources). * New "Stories for Comparison" suggestions after readings of two other stories that might be read in tandem for discussion or writing assignments. * New Instructor's Manual provides discussion questions and answers as well as selected writing assignments and resources for each story.

Preface. Thematic Table of Contents. Introduction: Reading and Writing About Short Stories. Discussing Short Stories: The Basic Elements. Guidelines for Reading Short Stories. Kate Chopin, The Story of an Hour. Writing an Essay on a Topic of Your Own Choice. Writing an Essay with Sources. A Final Word. A Collection of Paired Stories. Plot. Characterization. Setting. Point of View. Theme. A Collection of Stories.

1.INTRODUCTION
2.PAIRED STORIES
3.A COLLECTION OF STORIES
"Fictions is by far one of the best compilations of stories I have ever used in a class. It starts off by reviewing the 5 basic elements of a story then pairs two stories together which deal with each of the themes. The rest of the book is composed of several stories, each grouped appropriatly according to theme; making it very useful and easy to navigate through. Even if your not using in class, it contains many timeless classics which every literature fan should read."
 
"Wonderfully integral as well as useful to the student and leisurely reader alike. The book is comprehensive and easy to use as a college text book while the myriad of stories make it worth the money. It's eclectic nature is intimidating at first, but an easy reference section, located in the front, helps the reader find what s/he is looking for, even if they don't quite know themselves. From Hemingway to Tolstoy and Carver to Godwin, this is one college book you should hang onto."
   
 
   
 
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