Rites of Passage, 1st Edition
- Judith Rae Sierra College
- Catherine Fraga California State University-Sacramento
- ISBN-10: 0155061224 | ISBN-13: 9780155061224
- 1 Pages
- © 2002 | Published
- College Bookstore Wholesale Price = $94.50
RITES OF PASSAGE is a single-theme reader with essays, short stories and poetry that examine how various cultures celebrate and honor life-shaping events.
1. READING AND WRITING ABOUT RITES OF PASSAGE.
Reading and Thinking about Rites of Passage.
David Hicks and Margaret A. Gwynne: On the Rainy River (excerpt).
Writing about Rites of Passage.
The Way Writers Work.
Tina Limón: Fleeing the Nest (student essay).
John Holt: Three Kinds of Discipline.
Sharon Olds: Rites of Passage.
Edward P. Jones: The First Day.
Kiernan Egan: The Mythic Stage.
Theodore Roethke: My Papa's Waltz.
Jennifer Bojorquez: Spare the Chores, Spoil the Child.
Anne Sexton: Pain for a Daughter.
Michele L. Norris: A Child of Crack.
Mary Cantwell: The Burden of a Happy Childhood.
Devorah Major: Little Girl Days.
Kay S. Hymowitz: The Teening of Childhood.
Marie Winn: The End of Play.
3. IN OUR MIDST: THE IMPORTANCE OF FAIRY TALES IN OUR LIVES.
Anne Sexton: Cinderella.
Mona van Duyn: Cinderella's Story.
[author unknown]: The Mountain Where Old People Were Abandoned.
Robert Bly: Iron John.
Dave Barry: Feeling the Force.
Bruno Bettleheim: Life Divined From the Inside.
Clarissa Estes: Sealskin, Soulskin.
Linda Seger: Creating the Myth.
Naomi Wolf: Promiscuities: The Secret Struggle toward Womanhood.
Tepilit Ole Saitoti: The Initiation of a Maasai Warrior.
Judith Ortiz Cofer: Quinceañera.
Dorianne Laux: Twelve.
Charles Mungoshi: The Setting Sun and the Rolling World.
Langston Hughes: Salvation.
Anne Tyler: Teenage Wasteland.
Barbara S. Cain: Older Children and Divorce.
James Dickey: Cherrylog Road.
Tim O'Brien: On The Rainy River.
T.C. Boyle: Greasy Lake.
Steven Stark: Where the Boys Are.
Gail Sheehy: Predictable Crises of Adulthood.
Robert Bly: A World of Half-Adults.
Linda Pastan: Ethics.
Anne Morrow Lindbergh: Channeled Whelk.
William Shakespeare: The Seven Ages of Man.
Judith Ortiz Cofer: Advanced Biology.
Nathan McCall: Makes Me Want to Holler.
Rosemary L. Bray: So How Did I Get Here?
Louise Erdrich: Z: The Movie That Changed My Life.
Joan Didion: On Self Respect.
Sara Davidson: What Do Women Want?
Judie Rae: Encounter at Daybreak.
John A. Rush Ph.D.: Rites, Ritual & Responsibility.
6. LOVE, MARRIAGE, BIRTH.
Anne Roiphe: Why Marriages Fail.
Jill Tweedie: The Experience.
Linda Gregg: The Conditions.
Susan M. Garfield: Love's Role In Marriage.
Joy Harjo: Three Generations of Native American Women's Birth Experience.
Bobbie Ann Mason: Shiloh.
Ernest Hemingway: Hills Like White Elephants.
Catherine Fraga: Standing Together.
Judith Wallerstein & Sandra Blakeslee: The Good Marriage.
Rita Dove: Daystar.
Ellen Goodman: The Family Legacy.
Thomas Simmons: Motorcycle Talk.
Chester Higgins Jr.: A Father's Rite.
Barbara Kingsolver: Stone Soup.
Alice Walker: Everyday Use.
Mel Lazarus: Angry Fathers.
Eamon Grennan: Station.
8. THE MATURE YEARS: AS WE AGE.
E. B. White: Once More to the Lake.
Charles Wright: Sitting at Night on the Front Porch.
Richard Selzer: The Discus Thrower.
Melvin I. Urofsky: Two Scenes from a Hospital.
Gwendolyn Brooks: The Bean Eaters.
Anne Ricks Sumer: I Want to Die at Home.
Norman Cousins: The Right to Die.
Malcolm Cowley: The View from Eighty.
Karla Cole: We Don't Want to Grow Old.
May Sarton: Monday, May 3rd, 1982.
Jessica Mitford: Behind the Formaldehyde Curtain.
Matthew E. Conolly: Euthanasia Is Not the Answer.
"I would certainly be inclined to adopt this text. It greatly interests me, which gives me hope that it would inspire my students as well. Getting my students to really engage in the material can be one of the greatest challenges of teaching. This book seems as if it would do that for you."— Jennifer Bradner, Virginia Commonwealth University
"The themes that frame this reader(separation, initiation, return) are important ones and would likely inspire a good deal of interesting meaningful writing. The reader’s strengths include variety (in genre, perspective); organization and relevance, and the pedagogical features are useful."— John Esperian, Community College of Southern Nevada
"I think the emphasis of the text is excellent because it focuses on something that i believe students can really ’get a grip on’."— Cindy Moore, Indiana University-Purdue University, Fort Wayne