200x Reading List

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Reading List for ENGL 200x
The items in bold are from The Art of the Story and those in regular type are from the Riverside Anthology. Authors with TBA after
their names are poets and I will give these assignments to you as handouts.
Europe
1/24
Italian
Italian
Giovanni Boccaccio
Daniele del Giudice
“Fiammetta’s Story”
“All Because of the Mistake”
1/26
Italian
French
Antonio Tabucchi
Gustave Flaubert
“A Riddle”
“A Simple Soul”
1/28
French
French
Guy De Maupassant
Charles Perrault
“Bellflower” “Two Little Sodiers”
“Blue Beard”
1/31
French
Francois Villon
2/2
French
Andre Breton
TBA
2/4
Irish
Irish
James Joyce
Colum McCann
“Araby”
“Everything in This Country Must”
2/7
Irish
Oscar Wilde
TBA
2/9
Scottish
Welsh
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Ian McEwan
“The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle”
“Pornography”
2/11
German
German
E.T.A. Hoffman
Ingo Schulze
“The Sandman”
“The Ring”
2/14
German
Rainier Maria Rilke
TBA
2/16
Polish
Danish
Pawel Huelle
Peter Hoeg
“Moving House”
“Portrait of the Avant-Garde”
2/18
Norwegian
Swedish
Roy Jacobsen
Torgny Lindgren
“Encounter”
“The Stump Grubber”
North Africa and the Middle East
2/21
Egyptian
Lebanese
Naguib Mahfouz
Hanan Al-Shaykh
“The Time and the Place”
“The Keeper of the Virgins”
2/23
Moroccan
Turkish
Mohammed Mrabet
Murathan Mungan
“The Canebrake”
“The Tale of the Crystal Kiosk”
2/25
Israeli
Amos Oz
“Where the Jackals Howl”
African
Ama Ata Aidoo
“No Sweetness Here”
Nigerian
South African
Chinua Achebe
Nadine Gordimer
“Vengeful Creditor”
“Spoils”
China, East Asia, and India
3/2
Chinese
Vietnamese
Can Xue
Duong Thu Huong
“The Child Who Raised Poisonous Snakes”
“Reflections of Spring”
3/4
Japanese
Japanese
Yasunari Kawabata
Yukio Mishima
“Immortality”
“Swaddling Clothes”
3/7
Japanese
Japanese
Hisaye Yamamoto
Haruki Murakami
“Seventeen Syllables”
“The Elephant Vanishes”
Africa
2/28
TBA
3/9
Midterm Review
3/11
MIDTERM
3/14-3/18
SPRING BREAK
3/21
Japanese
Indian (British)
Banana Yoshimoto
Ruth Prawer Jhabvala
“Helix”
“In the Mountains”
3/23
Indian (British)
Indian
Salman Rushdie
Vikram Chandra
“The Free Radio”
“Dharma”
Indian
Bharati Mukherjee
“The Management of Grief”
Russian
Anton Chekov
“Easter Eve” “The Lady With the Dog”
3/30
Russian
Russian
Nikolai Gogol
Ivan Turgenev
“The Overcoat”
“Yermolai and the Miller’s Wife”
4/1
Russian
Russian
Victor Erofeyev
Victor Pelevin
“The Parakeet”
“The Life and Adventures…”
4/4
Russian
Tatyana Tolstaya
“On the Golden Porch”
Australia and New Zealand
New Zealand
Patricia Grace
“At the River”
4/6
New Zealand
Australian
Katherine Mansfield
Peter Carey
“The Daughters of ...” “Miss Brill”
“The Fat Man in History”
4/8
Australian
John Kinsella
TBA
South America, Mexico, and the Caribbean
Chilean
Pablo Neruda
TBA
4/11
Carribean
Derek Walcott
TBA
4/13
Peruvian
Argentinean
Isabel Allende
Jorges Luis Borges
“And of Clay We Are Created”
“The Garden of the Forking Paths”
4/15
Argentinean
Dominican Rep.
Luisa Valenzuela
Juan Bosch
“Who, Me a Bum?”
“The Woman”
4/18
Dominican Rep.
Nicaraguan
Junot Diaz
Ruben Darion
“Ysrael”
“The Ruby”
4/20
Hatian
Hatian
Paule Barton
Edwidge Danticat
4/22
Mexican
Mexican
Carlos Fuentes
Octavio Paz
“These Were Palaces”
“The Blue Bouquet”
4/25
West Indian
Colombian
Jamaica Kincaid
Gabriel Garcia Marquez
“At the Bottom of the River”
“Monologue of Isabel Watching it Rain in Macondo”
4/27
Uruguayan
Uruguayan
Horacio Quiroga
Eduardo Galeano
“The Wilderness”
“The Story of the Lizard”
4/29
Cuban
Martinique
Reinaldo Arenas
Patrick Chamoiseau
“The Glass Tower”
“The Old Man Slave and the Mastiff”
3/28
Russia
“Emilie Plead Choose One Egg”
“Night Women”
5/2
TBA
5/4
TBA (Last day of instruction)
5/11
FINAL EXAM 8-10 am
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