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a collection of selected literary passages

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s treatment of language diversity is different: several of the writers included in Jewish American Literature: A Norton Anthology spoke and wrote in languages other than English, namely Hebrew, Ladino, and especially Yiddish.
This anthology could also work as a handy collection of pieces for an early-music ensemble, especially one located in a department served by an inadequate music library.
The Ecopoetics Anthology perpetuates a ghost image of the old anthology wars, in that nearly two dozen of its poets are among the most anthologized of the past fifty years.
Afro-American Women Writers, 1746-1933: An Anthology and Critical Guide (reprint) Meridian Books, August 1989, ASIN 0-452-00981-2
Eddy Coward, whose poem The Spirit of Flying is the first in the book, has collected 146 poems for the anthology.
The anthology is credited with sparking the folk music revival of the late 1950s and '60s, giving inspiration to music historians, cultural critics and generations of musicians from Bob Dylan and Lou Reed to Nick Cave, Wilco and Gillian Welch.
In many ways, the gems anthology owes less of its conceptual structure to the idea of the archive than it does to that of the Wunderkammer.
On the one hand, McClanan and Encarnacion's anthology is free of this imperative to situate itself within a dominant disciplinary narrative; on the other hand, it lacks a certain coherence that collections which share an engagement with old and new movements, and with particular historical periods, often can claim.
ANTHOLOGY CORPUS selective inclusive varied repetitive poetic prosaic (presti)digital pedestrian clear annotated readable authorotative delightful useful
But the strategy failed, and as this anthology makes clear, African Americans soon began to stretch the new wineskins of their oppressors' language, fashioning a distinctive, original, and ultimately world-shaping musical tongue and vocabulary, one that gave voice to their own African heritage and to the length and breadth of their sufferings, struggles, and prayers in the long road to freedom.
However, whereas Kidd and Nicholls begin their anthology with a discussion of how post-structuralism has led to a reworking of the concept of "class" and reject the possibility of writing a "grand narrative" or discovering "the truth," Lawes is more traditional in both his language and approach.
McClatchy talks about collecting gay and lesbian odes from throughout history for Love Speaks Its Name, a new anthology
Step into a World: A Global Anthology of the New Black Literature edited by Kevin Powell John Wiley & Sons.
A first-of-its-kind anthology, Women Without Superstition is a superb collection of original writings--many of them never before published, out of print, or generally unavailable--by fifty feminist freethinkers of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.