Aishah Rahman

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In Macbeth the most frequent word is ‘blood’. ‘Blood’ is a word with a multitude of meanings. LITR 1 DXC 6282.002 Thoughts without Cigarettes (Mambo Kings Play Songs of Love, optional) by Oscar Hijuelos Reference Books for both semesters: Required: Writing New York by Philip Lopate, New York Poems, Literary Brooklyn by Evan Hughes Optional: How to Read a Poem by Edward Hirsch, Manual by Justin Long-Moton, Reading like a Writer by Francine Prose, and How to Write a Sentence by Stanley Fish Because these are short semesters, ALL writing grows into the final 10-20 page paper.

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Publisher: Broadway Play Pub; First edition (December 1, 2010)

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