A Brief Bibliography

Some recent publications of interest

Mickey Pearlman, ed. American Women Writing Fiction: Memory, Identity, Family, Space (U of Kentucky Press, l989). Critical articles, primary and secondary bibliographies of following contemporary American women writers: Toni Cade Bambara, Joan Didion, Louise Erdrich, Gail Godwin, Mary Gordon, Alison Lurie, Joyce Carol Oates, Jayne Anne Phillips, Susan F. Schaeffer, Mary Lee Settle.

Cesar Vallejo. Tungsten, translated by Robert Mezey, (Syracuse UP, l989). Originally published in l93l, now translated for the first time, described as "the first novel of social realism from a Latin American writer."

Gerald Graff and Michael Warner, eds. The Origins of Literary Studies in America: A Documentary Anthology (Routledge, l988).

Rick Simonson and Scott Walker, The Graywolf Annual, Five: Multicultural Literacy(Graywolf Press, 1989). Contributors include Paula Gunn Allen, Carlos Fuentes, Ishmael Reed, Adrienne Rich, and James Baldwin discussing the problems of literacy, language, and cultural diversity.

Henry Louis Gates, Jr., ed. The Schomburg Library of Nineteenth-Century Black Women Writers(Oxford U P, l988-- ). 30 volumes will contain 42 authors' works of fiction, poetry, biography, and essays, many of which have been out of print for some time.

Charles Johnson. Being and Race: Black Writing since 1970 (Indiana UP, 1988).

New Titles available or planned for the MLA Teaching Approaches Series, according to Series Editor Joe Gibaldi, include:

Approaches to Teaching Kate Chopin's The Awakening, edited by Bernard Koloski (Mansfield Univ.)

Approaches to Teaching Willa Cather's My Antonia, edited by Susan J. Rosowski (Univ. of Nebraska.)

Approaches to Teaching Ralph Ellison's Invisible Man, edited by Susan Resnick Paar (Univ. of Tulsa) and Pancho Savery (U. Massachusetts-Boston.)

Approaches to Teaching Emily Dickinson's Poetry, edited by Robin Riley Fast (Univ. of Akron) and Christine Mack Gordon (Univ. of Minnesota.)

Approaches to Teaching Maxine Hong Kingston's Woman Warrior, edited by Shirley Lim (Westchester CC)

Approaches to Teaching Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman, edited by Matthew Roudane (Georgia State Univ.)

Approaches to Teaching Rudolpho Anaya's Bless Me, Ultima (not yet contracted.)

All texts in this series include comprehensive primary and critical bibliographies and original essays on various approaches to teaching a given work.

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