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Final Project Bibliography

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Etel Adnan
- Sitt Marie Rose

Abbas Ibn al-Ahnaf
- found in Birds Through a Ceiling of Alabaster: Three Abbasid Poets

Gloria Anzaldúa
- Borderlands/La frontera

Margaret Atwood
- Oryx and Crake

Honoré de Balzac
- The Wild Ass’s Skin

Pat Barker
- The Eye in the Door
- Regeneration

Jorges Luis Borges
- “The Garden of Forking Paths”
- “A New Refutation of Time”
- “The Library of Babel”

Olga Broumas
- “Four Beginnings/For Kyra”
- “Little Red Riding Hood”

Angela Carter
- “The Bloody Chamber” from The Bloody Chamber and Other Stories

Willa Cather
- My Ántonia

Charles W. Chesnutt
- The House Behind the Cedars

Kate Chopin
- The Awakening

Julio Cortazar
- “Continuity of Parks”
- “The Night Face Up”

Don DeLillo
- White Noise

Charles Dickens
- Great Expectations

Emily Dickinson
- 407
- 539
- 890

John Donne
- “The Will”
- “The Canonization”

Alexandre Dumas
- “The Slap of Charlotte Corday”

T. S. Eliot
- “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock”

Caitlin Fisher
- These Waves of Girls

Neil Gaiman
- American Gods

Neil Gaiman and Terry Prachett
- Good Omens

Theophile Gautier
- “The Dead in Love”

- “concatenation

Nikolai Gogol
- “The Nose”

Thomas Gray
- “Ode on a Distant Prospect of Eton College”

Nathaniel Hawthorne
- “The Artist of the Beautiful”

Ernest Hemingway
- Farewell to Arms

George Herbert
- “Jordan (1)”

Aldous Huxley
- “Heaven and Hell” essay; The Doors of Perception

Shirley Jackson
- “The Lottery”

Elfriede Jelinek
- The Piano Teacher

Ben Jonson
- “LXIX - On Lord Bacon's Birth-Day”

Tony Kushner
- Angels in America

Milan Kundera
- The Unbearable Lightness of Being

Vladimir Nakokov
- Lolita

Guy de Maupassant
- “The Horla”

Judd Morrissey
- The Jew's Daughter

Anais Nin
- “Song in the Garden” from Waste of Timelessness and Other Early Stories
- “Our Minds are Engaged” from Waste of Timelessness and Other Early Stories

Katherine Paterson
- Bridge to Terabithia

Annie Proulx
- “Brokeback Mountain”
- “The Governors of Wyoming”
- “The Mud Below”

Edgar Allan Poe
- “The Man of the Crowd”
- The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket

Thomas Pynchon
- Crying of Lot 49

Terry Prachett
- The Color of Magic

Adrienne Rich
- “XX” from Twenty-One Love Poems

J. K. Rowling
- Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
- Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

Salman Rushdie
- “The Courter” from East, West
- Grimus
- Haroun and the Sea of Stories

Louis Sachar
- Holes

Marquis de Sade
- Philosophy of the Bedroom

Siegfried Sassoon
- “Survivors”

Anne Sexton
- “Cinderella”

Peter Shaffer
- Equus

William Shakespeare
- Othello
- Much Ado About Nothing

Dylan Thomas
- The Doctor and the Devils

Mark Twain
- The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

Kurt Vonnegut
- Slaughterhouse-Five

Daniel Wallace
- Big Fish

Sarah Waters
- Tipping the Velvet

H. G. Wells
- The Time-Machine

Walt Whitman
- “Bivouac on a Mountain Side” from Drum-Taps
- Leaves of Grass from the 1855 version that became “Song of Myself”
- “The Sleepers”

Elie Wiesel
- Night

Oscar Wilde
- “To Milton”

Jeanette Winterson
- Sexing the Cherry

Virginia Woolf
- To the Lighthouse

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