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The Post was now an Indianapolis product, and on page 22 was an article which had originally appeared in the September 10, 1955, issue of The New Yorker and was anthologized a few years later in author Berton Roueche's book of medical mysteries called The Incurable Wound.
He is an award-winning poet, essayist, and educator whose poems have been anthologized in over a dozen volumes and whose prayers are used in prayer books around the world.
A memorial tribute to the work of one of America's premiere folklore experts, this collection of representative essays (some of them anthologized here for the first time) are exceptional examples of insight and scholarship that will prove as informed and informative as they are articulate and insightful.
poetry has recently been anthologized in Boriquen to Diasporican: Puerto
poems have been anthologized in The Bedford Introduction to Literature,
English teachers must acknowledge that those lyrics are just as worthwhile for study as an anthologized short story.
All the poems anthologized here carry only the numbering of the original editions.
When placed according to each poem's original appearance, moreover, even McKay's widely anthologized, most familiar poems reclaim a surprising genesis.
Bill Belleville is a documentary filmmaker and author specializing in conservation: how work has appeared extensively in magazines, has been anthologized in collections, and he's written many books, but LOSING IT ALL TO SPRAWL: HOW PROGRESS ATE MY CRACKER LANDSCAPE hits closer to home than many of his other books.
He's been anthologized, mythologized, psychoanalyzed, reissued and remastered so many times nobody can keep track.
It has been anthologized in its original form in the collection Mending the World: Stories of Family by Contemporary Black Writers, edited by Rosemarie Robotham (Basic Civitas Books, December 2002; see BIBR, January-February 2003, NONFICTION REVIEWS).
Price describes the ways in which Clarissa became anthologized and abridged, but also, and more originally, she reveals how anthologization and abridgment are built into the narration of that novel.
Her poetry as anthologized in Divide These is hallmarked with an spare but determined energy that results in the deft fashioning of word images that are intellectually provocative and emotionally riveting.
In any case, the student essays always follow close readings of various writers anthologized in the Com102 textbook--the sixth edition of Rise Axelrod and Charles Cooper's Reading Critically: Writing Well.
The anthologized selections (a total of seventy) of Caminer's writings are divided into two parts: "The Making of a Woman of Letters in the Eighteenth-Century Veneto" (97-164), and "Women and Society" (165-214).