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The Concise Heath Anthology of American Literature, Volume 2: 1865 to the Present, 2nd Edition

  • Paul Lauter Trinity College, General Editor
  • ISBN-10: 1285080009  |  ISBN-13: 9781285080000
  • 1760 Pages
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Overview

THE HEATH ANTHOLOGY OF AMERICAN LITERATURE, CONCISE, VOLUME 2 brings the expansive, inclusive approach of Volumes C, D, and E of THE HEATH ANTHOLOGY to a single-volume format. While other one-volume texts anthologize primarily familiar canonical works, the new HEATH CONCISE, VOLUME 2 offers a fresh perspective for courses in American literature and showcases the extraordinary diversity of literature written between 1865 and today.

Features and Benefits

  • The newest addition to The Heath Anthology of American Literature family, this concise edition anthologizes literature written between 1865 and today, with selections extracted from volumes C, D, and E of the Heath Anthology of American Literature.
  • The well-known writers generally thought about as defining "American literature"—including Mark Twain, Henry James, Kate Chopin, Stephen Crane, Charles W. Chesnutt, W.E.B. DuBois, Edith Wharton, Ezra Pound, T.S. Eliot, Robert Frost, Wallace Stevens, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ernest Hemingway, Katherine Anne Porter, William Faulkner, Richard Wright, Saul Bellow, James Baldwin, Robert Lowell, Elizabeth Bishop, Tennessee Williams, Ralph Ellison, Allen Ginsberg, Jack Kerouac, Joyce Carol Oates, Sylvia Plath, Adrienne Rich, Alice Walker, Thomas Pynchon, Maxine Hong Kingston, Toni Morrison.
  • "Rediscovered" excellent writers whose work has expanded the "canon" of American literature—including Paul Laurence Dunbar, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Sarah Piatt, Mary Wilkins Freeman, Sui Sin Far (Edith Eaton), Mary Antin, Zitkala-Sa (Gertrude Bonnin), Amy Lowell, Claude McKay, Zora Neale Hurston, Anzia Yezierska, Meridel LeSueur, Bienvenido Santos, N. Scott Momaday, Hisaye Yamamoto, Toni Cade Bambara, Audre Lorde, Sandra Cisneros, Gloria Anzaldúa.
  • Lesser known but compelling "new" writers (from this and past centuries) whose work is playing an increasing role in courses across the country—including , Art Spiegelman, Natasha Trethewey, Junot Díaz, Li-Young Lee, ZZ Packer, Edwidge Danticat, Gish Jen, Naomi Shihab Nye, Sherman Alexie, Lorna Dee Cervantes, Martín Espada, Yusef Komunyakaa, Carlos Bulosan, Charles Reznikoff, H. T. Tsiang ,Yone Noguchi, Sadakichi Hartmann.
  • B. DIVERSITY OF LITERARY FORMS AND GENRES.
  • The Modernisms of major innovators like Gertrude Stein, Faulkner, Hemingway, Eliot, Eugene O'Neill, and Jean Toomer.
  • The 19th and 20th century realism and naturalism of writers like Hamlin Garland, Henry Adams, Mary Wilkins Freeman, Jack London, and John Steinbeck.
  • Major voices of the Harlem (or "New Negro" Renaissance), like Alain Locke, Langston Hughes, Countee Cullen.
  • Thematic groupings focused on momentous events such as the Mexican Revolution and Sept. 11, on prison literature, on the Vietnam war that enable instructors to use effective comparison/ contrast assignments.
  • Songs as well as poetry, including
  • An "In Focus" section of "Spoken Word" poetry.
  • Experimental literary practices like graphic fiction, haiku, polemical essays.
  • Longer narratives, like Henry James's "Daisy Miller" and Stephen Crane's "The Open Boat."
  • C. THE IMAGE GALLERY.
  • This four-color section of photos--now at the beginning of the book--profiles the rich, varied life of Americans during this period: their amusements, the kinds of work they did, how they lived, the visual appeal of books they read, images of authors at a time when authors had become celebrities.

Table of Contents

LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY: 1865–1910.
Publishing and Writing. Circumstances and Literature of Women. Circumstances and Literature of African Americans. Circumstances and Literature of Native Peoples. Circumstances and Literature of Latino/as. Circumstances and Literature of Asian Americans. Immigration, Urban Conditions, and Reform.
VARIETIES OF POSTWAR REALISM: PROSE AND POETRY.
HARRIET PRESCOTT SPOFFORD: Circumstance. SAMUEL LANGHORNE CLEMENS: Jim Smiley and His Jumping Frog. From Roughing It. Buck Fanshawe''s Funeral. A True Story. The War Prayer. SARAH MORGAN BRYAN PIATT: Hearing the Battle—July 21, 1861. The Funeral of a Doll. The Palace-Burner. The Witch in the Glass. WILLIAM DEAN HOWELLS: Editha. HENRY JAMES: Daisy Miller: A Study.
NATIVE NATIONS.
GHOST DANCE SONGS: Ghost Dance Songs. CHARLES ALEXANDER EASTMAN (SIOUX): From the Deep Woods to Civilization. VII. The Ghost Dance War. GERTRUDE BONNIN (ZITKALA-SA) (SIOUX): The School Days of an Indian Girl. I. The Land of Red Apples; II. The Cutting of My Long Hair; III. The Snow Episode; VI. Four Strange Summers; VII. Incurring My Mother''s Displeasure; Why I Am a Pagan.
WRITING AND PLACE.
SARAH ORNE JEWETT: A White Heron. MARY E. WILKINS FREEMAN: A New England Nun. PAULINE ELIZABETH HOPKINS: Talma Gordon. HAMLIN GARLAND: Up the Coulé. STANDING BEAR (MACHUNAZHA; PONCA): What I Am Going to Tell You Here Will Take Me until Dark. SARAH WINNEMUCCA (THOCMETONY; PAIUTE): From Life among the Piutes. Chapter I. First Meeting of Piutes and Whites. CORRIDOS: Kiansis I. Kansas I. Gregorio Cortez. Gregorio Cortez. Jacinto Trevino. Jacinto Trevino. El Hijo Desobediente. The Disobedient Son. Corrido de César Chávez. Ballad of César Chávez. ALEXANDER LAWRENCE POSEY (CREEK): Fus Fixico''s Letter 44, April 29, 1904. Fus Fixico''s Letter 46, May 13, 1904. JOHN MILTON OSKISON (CHEROKEE): The Problem of Old Harjo.
REDEFINING THE SOUTH.
IN FOCUS: Black and White after Slavery: HENRY W. GRADY: From The New South. Speech Given to the New England Society of New York City in December 1886. ALBION W. TOURGÉE: From The South as a Field for Fiction. IDA B. WELLS-BARNETT: From A Red Record. UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT: From Plessy v. Ferguson. (End In Focus).
AMBROSE BIERCE: Chickamauga. GEORGE WASHINGTON CABLE: ''Tite Poulette. ALICE DUNBAR-NELSON: Sister Josepha. GRACE KING: The Little Convent Girl. AFRICAN AMERICAN FOLKTALES: Animal Tales. Memories of Slavery. JOEL CHANDLER HARRIS: From Uncle Remus. His Songs and His Sayings. Chapter II: The Wonderful Tar-Baby Story. Chapter IV: How Mr. Rabbit Was Too Sharp for Mr. Fox. CHARLES WADDELL CHESNUTT: The Goophered Grapevine.
OUTSIDE/INSIDE U.S.A.: EXPANSION AND IMMIGRATION.
EMMA LAZARUS: The New Colossus. THOMAS BAILEY ALDRICH: Unguarded Gates.
FINLEY PETER DUNNE: Immigration. EDITH MAUD EATON (SUI SIN FAR): From Mrs. Spring Fragrance. In the Land of the Free. YONE NOGUCHI (NOGUCHI YONEJIRO): I Hail Myself as I Do Homer. O Hana San. The Lotus Worshippers. From Japanese Hokkus: 12, 16, 36, 71. MARY ANTIN: From The Promised Land. From Chapter IX.
CONFRONTING FRONTIER VIOLENCE: A LATINO NARRATIVE.
CARLOS F. GALÁN: Recuerdos de California, 11 June 1881 (in Spanish). Memories of California, 11 June 1881 (in English).
ON THE CUSP OF A NEW CENTURY.
HENRY ADAMS: From The Education of Henry Adams. Chapter XXV. The Dynamo and the Virgin. KATE CHOPIN: Désirée''s Baby. CHARLOTTE PERKINS GILMAN: The Yellow Wall-Paper. SADAKICHI HARTMANN: Cathedral Sacrilege. Drifting Flowers of the Sea. Immaculate Conception. To the ''''Flat Iron.'''' Tanka VIII. Haikai I. STEPHEN CRANE: The Open Boat. PAUL LAURENCE DUNBAR: We Wear the Mask. Malindy Sings. Sympathy. An Ante-Bellum Sermon. JACK LONDON: South of the Slot.
MODERN PERIOD: 1910–1945.
The Centers of the Modern. Modernism and the Self. Modernism and the New Negro Renaissance. Modernism and the South. Modernism, Popular Culture, and the Media.
THE MODERN AGE.
BOOKER T. WASHINGTON: From Up from Slavery. Chapter I. A Slave among Slaves. Chapter XIII. Two Thousand Miles for a Five-Minute Speech. Chapter XIV. The Atlanta Exposition Address. W.E.B. DU BOIS: From The Souls of Black Folk. Chapter I. Of Our Spiritual Strivings. Chapter III. Of Mr. Booker T. Washington and Others. EDWIN ARLINGTON ROBINSON: Eros Turannos. Mr. Flood''s Party. EDITH WHARTON: Roman Fever. WILLA CATHER: Coming, Aphrodite! SUSAN GLASPELL: Trifles.
IN FOCUS: Literary Engagements with the Mexican Revolution.
RICARDO FLORES MAGON: Land and Liberty. LEONOR VILLEGAS DE MAGNON: Laredo and the Constitutionalists (End In Focus).
ROBERT FROST: Mending Wall. The Road Not Taken. The Oven Bird. ''''Out, Out—'''' Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening. Desert Places. Design. SHERWOOD ANDERSON: Hands. EDNA ST. VINCENT MILLAY: First Fig. Spring. [Love is not all: it is not meat nor drink]. Justice Denied in Massachusetts.
ALIENATION AND LITERARY EXPERIMENTATION.
EZRA POUND: In a Station of the Metro. L''art, 1910. A Retrospect. A Few Don''ts. From Hugh Selwyn Mauberley (Life and Contacts). E.P. Ode pour L''election de Son Sepulchre. Yeux Glauques. Siena mi fe''; Disfecemi Maremma. Brennbaum. Mr. Nixon. Envoi (1919). From The Cantos. XLV [With usura hath no man a house of good stone]. CXX [I have tried to write Paradise]. AMY LOWELL: Patterns. Venus Transiens. GERTRUDE STEIN: From The Making of Americans. WILLIAM CARLOS WILLIAMS: Danse Russe. The Young Housewife. Spring and All. The Red Wheelbarrow. To Elsie. EUGENE O''NEILL: The Hairy Ape. E. E. CUMMINGS: [Buffalo Bill''s]. [into the strenuous briefness]. [the Cambridge ladies who live in furnished souls]. [i like my body when it is with your]. [my sweet old etcetera]. [i sing of Olaf glad and big]. T. S. ELIOT: The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock. The Waste Land. F. SCOTT FITZGERALD: Babylon Revisited. KATHERINE ANNE PORTER: Flowering Judas. MARIANNE MOORE: Poetry. England. The Mind Is an Enchanting Thing. ERNEST HEMINGWAY: Hills Like White Elephants. WALLACE STEVENS: Sunday Morning. The Snow Man. Anecdote of the Jar. Of Modern Poetry. WILLIAM FAULKNER: Barn Burning. HART CRANE: Chaplinesque. From The Bridge. To Brooklyn Bridge. The River. The Broken Tower. H. T. TSIANG: From And China Has Hands. Fifteen.
THE NEW NEGRO RENAISSANCE.
ALAIN LOCKE: The New Negro. JEAN TOOMER: From Cane. Karintha. Blood-Burning Moon. Seventh Street. LANGSTON HUGHES: The Negro Speaks of Rivers. The Weary Blues. Dream Variations. Harlem. The Negro Artist and the Racial Mountain. COUNTEE CULLEN:
Incident. Heritage. Scottsboro, Too, Is Worth Its Song. ZORA NEALE HURSTON: The Gilded Six-Bits. CLAUDE MCKAY: The Harlem Dancer. If We Must Die. The Lynching.
ISSUES AND VISIONS IN MODERN AMERICA.
ANZIA YEZIERSKA: America and I. JOHN DOS PASSOS: From U.S.A. The Body of an American. CLIFFORD ODETS: Waiting for Lefty. MERIDEL LESUEUR: Annunciation.
MURIEL RUKEYSER: From The Book of the Dead. Absalom. Minotaur. From Letter to the Front. 7. [To be a Jew in the Twentieth Century]. MOURNING DOVE (OKANOGAN): From Coyote Stories. Preface. I. The Spirit Chief Names the Animal People. EUDORA WELTY: The Wide Net. CHARLES REZNIKOFF: From Testimony. I. II. From Holocaust. Children. JOHN STEINBECK: From The Red Pony. III. The Promise. RICHARD WRIGHT: The Ethics of Living Jim Crow: An Autobiographical Sketch. JOSE GARCIA VILLA: Footnote to Youth.
Selected Poetry. From Seven Poems. 7. Aphorisms (a selection). JOVITA GONZÁLEZ: Shades of the Tenth Muses. CARLOS BULOSAN: Freedom from Want.
THE LATE 1940S AND 1950S: VICTORY CULTURE.
HISAYE YAMAMOTO: Seventeen Syllables. ELIZABETH BISHOP: The Fish. The Man-Moth. At the Fishhouses. Filling Station. RALPH ELLISON: Flying Home. SAUL BELLOW: Looking for Mr. Green. FLANNERY O''CONNOR: A Good Man Is Hard to Find. BIENVENIDO N. SANTOS: Scent of Apples. TILLIE LERNER OLSEN: O Yes. GWENDOLYN BROOKS: The Sundays of Satin-Legs Smith. The Mother. We Real Cool. A Bronzeville Mother Loiters in Mississippi. Meanwhile, a Mississippi Mother Burns Bacon. The Last Quatrain of the Ballad of Emmett Till. Ulysses. MITSUYE YAMADA: Evacuation. Desert Storm. Inside News. The Question of Loyalty. The Night before Good-Bye. Thirty Years Under. Cincinnati. To the Lady. JAMES BALDWIN: Sonny''s Blues. TENNESSEE WILLIAMS: Suddenly Last Summer.
IN FOCUS: The Beat Movement.
ALLEN GINSBERG: A Supermarket in California. Howl. America. JACK KEROUAC: The Vanishing American Hobo. From Mexico City Blues. 43rd Chorus. 211th Chorus. (End In Focus).
THE 1960S: POSTMODERNISM AND OTHER VIOLENT CHANGES.
ROBERT LOWELL, JR.: Skunk Hour. For Theodore Roethke. For the Union Dead. Near the Ocean. THOMAS PYNCHON: Entropy. SYLVIA PLATH: For a Fatherless Son. Daddy. Lady Lazarus. KURT VONNEGUT: Harrison Bergeron. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.: I Have a Dream. Letter from Birmingham Jail. MALCOLM X: From The Autobiography of Malcolm X. From Chapter 19: 1965. AMIRI BARAKA (LEROI JONES): An Agony. As Now. Ka ''Ba. Black People: This Is Our Destiny. Dutchman. JOYCE CAROL OATES: Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been? LUÍS VALDEZ: Los Vendidos.
IN FOCUS: The U.S. War in Vietnam and Its Aftermath.
TIM O''BRIEN: In the Field. YUSEF KOMUNYAKAA: Tu Do Street 3. Prisoners. Thanks. Facing It. Fog Galleon. DENISE LEVERTOV: Overheard over S. E. Asia. In Thai Binh (Peace). Province. Fragrance of Life, Odor of Death. A Poem at Christmas, 1972, during the Terror-Bombing of North Vietnam. LE LY HAYSLIP: From When Heaven and Earth Changed Places. From 7. A Different View. RALPH MOLINA: Dos Recuerdos (after Octavio I. Romano). (End In Focus).
N. SCOTT MOMADAY: From The Way to Rainy Mountain. Prologue. From Introduction. Epilogue.
THE 1970S: DECADE OF DISILLUSIONMENT.
ALICE WALKER: Laurel. TONI CADE BAMBARA: My Man Bovanne. PEDRO PIETRI: Puerto Rican Obituary. Traffic Violations. ADRIENNE RICH: Diving into the Wreck. From a Survivor. Power. MAXINE HONG KINGSTON: No Name Woman. AUDRE LORDE: Power. Never Take Fire from a Woman. The Master''s Tools Will Never Dismantle the Master''s House.
THE 1980S: DISASTERS, DIVESTMENT, DIVERSITY.
CYNTHIA OZICK: The Shawl. JANICE MIRIKITANI: For My Father. Desert Flowers. Breaking Tradition. Recipe. LESLIE MARMON SILKO (LAGUNA): Lullaby. RAYMOND CARVER: What We Talk about When We Talk about Love. LOUISE ERDRICH: The Red Convertible: Lyman Lamartine. From Love Medicine. VÍCTOR HERNÁNDEZ CRUZ: urban dream. Mountain Building. Table of Contents. GARY SOTO: Braly Street. The Cellar. Black Hair. Kearney Park. SONIA SANCHEZ: to blk/record/buyers. Masks. Just Don''t Never Give Up on Love. A Letter to Dr. Martin Luther King. Father and Daughter. TONI MORRISON: Recitatif. HELENA MARÍA VIRAMONTES: The Cariboo Café. GRACE PALEY: The Expensive Moment. WENDY ROSE (HOPI): Throat Song: The Rotating Earth. To the Hopi in Richmond (Santa Fe Indian Village). If I Am Too Brown or Too White for You. Story Keeper. Julia. GLORIA ANZALDUA: From Borderlands/La Frontera. JOY HARJO (CREEK): The Woman Hanging from the Thirteenth Floor Window. New Orleans. Remember. Vision. Anchorage. Deer Dancer. We Must Call a Meeting. LORNA DEE CERVANTES: Beneath the Shadow of the Freeway. Poem for the Young White Man Who Asked Me How I, an Intelligent, Well-Read Person, Could Believe in the War between Races. Macho. CAROLYN FORCHÉ: The Country between Us. The Colonel. Because One Is Always Forgotten. As Children Together. From The Recording Angel. Elegy. FRANK CHIN: Railroad Standard Time.
THE 1990S: NEW WORLD DISORDER.
LI-YOUNG LEE. I Ask My Mother to Sing. My Father, in Heaven, Is Reading Out Loud. With Ruins. This Room and Everything in It. ART SPIEGELMAN: Don''t Get Around Much Anymore. From Maus II. GISH JEN. In the American Society. NAOMI SHIHAB NYE: Ducks. Different Ways to Pray. My Father and the Figtree. Blood. Where the Soft Air Lives. EDWIDGE DANTICAT: New York Day Women. CHANG-RAE LEE: Coming Home Again. SANDRA CISNEROS: Mericans. Tepeyac.
IN FOCUS: Prison Literature.
ETHERIDGE KNIGHT: The Idea of Ancestry. The Violent Space (or When Your Sister Sleeps Around for Money). Ilu, the Talking Drum. A Poem for Myself (or Blues for a Mississippi Black Boy). JIMMY SANTIAGO BACA: I''ve Taken Risks. I Put on My Jacket. Commitment. Ghost Reading in Sacramento. KATHY BOUDIN. The Call. Our Skirt. JUDEE NORTON. Norton #59900. (End In Focus).
THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY: 9/11 AND BEYOND.
JHUMPA LAHIRI. When Mr. Pirzada Came to Dine. PERCIVAL EVERETT. The Appropriation of Cultures. SHERMAN ALEXIE (SPOKANE–COEUR D''ALENE). What You Pawn I Will Redeem. MARTIN ESPADA: Jim''s Blind Blues. Latin Night at the Pawnshop. Inheritance of Waterfalls and Sharks. The Poet in the Box. DEMETRIA MARTINEZ: Wanted. Sonogram. The Devil''s Workshop. Cold Snap in Tucson. ALISON BECHDEL: From Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic.

IN FOCUS: The 9/11 Terror Attacks.
DON DELILLO: In the Ruins of the Future. From Falling Man. JOHN UPDIKE: Varieties of Religious Experience; STEPHEN DUNN: Grudges. (End In Focus).
NATASHA TRETHEWEY: White Lies. History Lesson. Southern Gothic. Incident. JUNOT DÍAZ: Fiesta, 1980. ZZ PACKER: Drinking Coffee Elsewhere. MANUEL MUNOZ: Bring Brang Brung.
IN FOCUS: Spoken Word Poetry.
ISHLE YI PARK: Samchun in the Grocery Store. Jejudo Dreams. Fort Totten. JESSICA CARE MOORE: My Caged Bird Don''t Sing and Every Black Bird Ain''t a Piece of Fried Chicken. WILLIE PERDOMO: Notes for a Slow Jam. PATRICIA SMITH: Asking for a Heart Attack.
EDWIN TORRES: Dig on the Decade. SAUL STACEY WILLIAMS: Gypsy Girl. TRACIE MORRIS: Project Princess. (End In Focus).

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  • A. DIVERSITY OF AUTHORS.

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"Of any American literature anthology, the most generous variety of authors and texts with richly contextualized headnotes and footnotes."

— Thomas Long, University of Connecticut

"It's very thorough and complete, offering a huge array of options. The headnotes are useful and provide clear information to students (and teachers!). The layout is clear and clean. It's readable."

— Bridget Marshall, University of Massachusetts, Lowell

"Of any American literature anthology, the most generous variety of authors and texts with richly contextualized headnotes and footnotes."

— Thomas Long, University of Connecticut

"It's very thorough and complete, offering a huge array of options. The headnotes are useful and provide clear information to students (and teachers!). The layout is clear and clean. It's readable."

— Bridget Marshall, University of Massachusetts, Lowell

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Paul Lauter

Paul Lauter is the Smith Professor of Literature at Trinity College. He has served as president of the American Studies Association and is a major figure in the revision of the American literary canon.