Hiroshima image from cover of TIME Magazine, 1946; Hot Cocoa by Drew Wertheimer, and Buddha by Jowo Sakyamuni.
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LINKS THAT ACCOMPANY YOUR ANTHOLOGY
Prentice-Hall World Masterpieces Links Includes a table of contents for your anthology as well many of the texts. Deepen and broaden your knowledge with author biographies, milestones in lit, reference links, writing prompts, and current events. You'll also find Internet activities for many of the readings that help you explore key ideas, and finally, self-quizzes to see if you understand the texts. Click on the image of the anthology to the left to launch the site in a new window. Click on image.
ARTS & LETTERS DAILY
A digest of what's new in arts, letters, cutlure, politics. Here's you'll find interesting news, book reviews, essays, and other articles of literary interest. Click on image.
Around the World in 180 Days A GEO-CHRONO-LOGICAL SURVEY OF WORLD LITERATURE
Find links to enrich your study, understanding, and enjoyment of the course' literature.
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