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Compact Anthology of World Literature II

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Anita Turlington, Dahlonega, GA

Matthew Horton, Dahlonega, GA

Laura Getty, Dahlonega, GA

Copyright Year: 2022

Publisher: University System of Georgia

Language: English

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Reviewed by Oana Popescu Sandu, Associate professor, University of Southern Indiana on 11/28/22

The text has several essential readings for a survey of World literature, especially one oriented towards Western world literature. The selection leans heavily towards English language texts, which makes it less useful for programs that have... read more

Reviewed by Alexa Alice Joubin, Professor of English, The George Washington University on 11/14/22

This is volume 2 of the Compact Anthology of World Literature. This is typically a very expensive book (popular version by Norton for instance). Kudos to the team for editing this edition, writing the accessible introductions, and assembling... read more

Reviewed by Sheena Hernandez, Professor, Garden City Community College on 11/10/22

The text is very heavy on England/ Western Europe, much more so than the first anthology. Even the African work is English by way of Nigeria. However, I've used many of the works included in this text, and would probably still use it thematically,... read more

Table of Contents

  • Part 4—The Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries
    • Unit I: The Age of Reason
    • Unit II: The Near East and Asia
  • Part 5—The Long Nineteenth Century
    • Unit I Romanticism
    • Unit II Realism
  • Part 6—The Twentieth Century and Contemporary Literature
    • Unit I Modernism
    • Unit II Postcolonial Literature
    • Unit III Contemporary Literature

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  • University System of Georgia
  • About the Book

    The Compact Anthology of World Literature, Parts 4, 5, and 6 is designed as an e-book to be accessible on a variety of devices: smart phone, tablet, e-reader, laptop, or desktop computer. Students have reported ease of accessibility and readability on all these devices.

    • To access the ePub text on a laptop, desktop, or tablet, you will need to download a program through which you can read the text. We recommend Readium, an application available through Google.
    • If you plan to read the text on an Android device, you will need to download an application called Lithium from the App Store.
    • On an iPhone, the text will open in iBooks.
    • Affordable Learning Georgia has also converted the .epub files to PDF. Because .epub does not easily convert to other formats, the left margin of the .pdf is very narrow. ALG recommends using the .epub version.

    Although the text is designed to look like an actual book, the Table of Contents is composed of hyperlinks that will take you to each introductory section and then to each text.

    Texts from a variety of genres and cultures are included in each unit. Additionally, each selection or collection includes a brief introduction about the author and text(s), and each includes 3 – 5 discussion questions. Texts in the public domain--those published or translated before 1923--are replicated here. Texts published or translated after 1923 are not yet available in the public domain. In those cases, we have provided a link to a stable site that includes the text. Thus, in Part 6, most of the texts are accessible in the form of links to outside sites. In every case, we have attempted to connect to the most stable links available.

    About the Contributors

    Authors

    Anita Turlington, University of North Georgia- Gainesville

    Matthew Horton, University of North Georgia

    Laura Getty, University of North Georgia

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