Acknowledged author R. S. Gwynn wrote Literature: A Pocket Anthology (6th Edition) (Penguin Academics) comprising 1040 pages back in 2014. Textbook and etextbook are published under ISBN 0321942744 and 9780321942746. Since then Literature: A Pocket Anthology (6th Edition) (Penguin Academics) textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price of $15.97 or rent at the marketplace.
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Literature A Pocket Anthology is a refreshing alternative to voluminous literature anthologies. with streamlined apparatus, this anthology focuses on the selections which are organized chronologically within each genre. Short story authors new to this collection include award winners Amy Tan Rick Moody, and Johnathan Safran Foer. The poetry collection brings new selections from classic and contemporary authors, including Anne Bradstreet, John Keats, e.e. cummings, and Langston Hughes, as well as fresh models from poets new to this edition including Denise Duhamel, Kevin Prufer, Rob Griffith, and Caki Wilkinson whose work brings poetry into the 21st century. The drama section includes the most popular teachable plays including Shakespeare's Othello, Hernik Ibsen, A Doll House, and August Wilson's Fences.