The Resource Sociology through Literature : an Introductory Reader, edited by Lewis A. Coser

Sociology through Literature : an Introductory Reader, edited by Lewis A. Coser

Label
Sociology through Literature : an Introductory Reader
Title
Sociology through Literature
Title remainder
an Introductory Reader
Statement of responsibility
edited by Lewis A. Coser
Creator
Editor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
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1913-2003
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Coser, Lewis A.
Index
no index present
LC call number
PN6014
LC item number
.C64
Literary form
non fiction
Series statement
Prentice-Hall sociology series.
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  • Literature
  • Sociology in literature
  • Anthologies
  • Sociology in literature
  • Literature
  • Sociologie
Label
Sociology through Literature : an Introductory Reader, edited by Lewis A. Coser
Instantiates
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Grand inquisitor / Fedor Dostoevski -- the
  • City of the sun / Thomas Campanella -- an
  • Authoritarian father / Samuel Butler
  • Shame / Stephen Crane
  • I don't know why / Sherwood Anderson
  • Learning a trade / Mark Twain
  • My first goose / Isaac Babel
  • Shooting an elephant / George Orwell -- the
  • Soft touch of grass / Luigi Pirandello -- the
  • Egg / Sherwood Anderson
  • Blissful isles / Denis Diderot
  • Arrangement in black and white / Dorothy Parker -- the
  • Art of making distances / Marcel Proust
  • On account of a hat / Sholom Aleichem -- a
  • Chameleon / Anton Chekhov
  • Rank order aboard a man-of-war / Herman Melville -- the
  • Pecking order of a restaurant / George Orwell -- the
  • World as a stage / William Shakespeare
  • What makes a peer? / Daniel Defoe -- the
  • Flow of the mushroom-broth / Oliver Goldsmith -- the
  • Doom of the nobility / Honore de Balzac
  • Domestic manners on the marquesas / Herman Melville -- the
  • Waiting at the station / William M. Thackeray -- the
  • First people in Boston and Philadelphia / Harriet Martineau -- the
  • Lower class smell / George Orwell
  • Power and its limits / Norman Mailer
  • Coercion and the lure of power / Arturo Barea
  • Saint Joan's appeal / George Bernard Shaw -- a
  • Business tyrant / Charles Dickens -- the
  • Basis of Napoleon's power / Ralph Waldo Emerson -- the
  • Poverty of power / Lev Tolstoi -- a
  • Succession crisis and its resolution / Anthony Trollope -- the
  • Dance of the sprouting corn / D.H. Lawrence
  • Genus clerk and his natural habitat / Honore de Balzac -- the
  • Circumlocution office / Charles Dickens
  • In the maze of bureaucracy / Franz Kafka
  • One kind of officer / Ambrose Bierce
  • Ward politics, money, and organization / Theodore Dreiser -- the
  • Voice of the demagogue / Robert Penn Warren -- the
  • Politics of radicalism / George Meredith
  • How to become a dictator / Ignazio Silone -- the
  • Politics of stalinism / Arthur Koestler -- the
  • Shame of Liverpool / Herman Melville -- the
  • Echoes of the jazz age / F. Scott Fitzgerald -- the
  • City as nightmare / James Thomson -- the
  • Powers and rhythms of London / Thomas de Quincey
  • Paris, the scene and the setting / Jules Romains -- the
  • Anatomy of Paris / Honore de Balzac -- the
  • Matriarch arranges a wedding / Tsao Hsueh-Chin
  • When six wives squabble / Chin P'ng Mei
  • Shino and Hamaji or When duty is stronger than love / Takizawa Bakin
  • On the importance of having a son -- a
  • Patriarch / Giovanni Verga -- the
  • Perils and dilemma of marital choice / Lev Tolstoi -- a
  • World of migratory workers / John Steinbeck
  • Happy family / Lev Tolstoi -- the
  • Varieties of religious experiences in Polynesia / Herman Melville -- a
  • Hindu ceremony / E.M. Forster
  • Discipline, devotion, and catholic ritual / James Joyce -- a
  • Revival / Frances Trollope
  • Babbitt's religion or Christianity incorporated / Sinclair Lewis -- the
  • Price of keeping one's place / Richard Wright
  • Learning submission / Peter Abrahams
  • To be a negro / James Weldon Johnson
  • On the margin:life between two racial worlds / Kathleen Tamagawa
  • Fashions in the fourteenth century Italy / Franco Sacchetti -- an
  • Huck breaks the white code / Mark Twain
  • On the eve / William Faulkner
  • How the Bastille was stormed / Thomas Carlyle -- the
  • Natural history of a mob / Emile Zola
  • Crowds, mobs, and terror in hollywood / Nathanael West
  • Mob passion / D.C. Themba
  • Mademoiselle / Guy de Maupassant -- the
  • Philosopher / Sherwood Anderson
  • Suicide / Voltaire
  • Concerning the infanticide Marie Farrar / Bertolt Brecht -- the
  • Other directed ma / Lev Tolstoi
  • Monkey on the back / Nelson Algren -- the
  • Stolen ribbon / Jean Jacques Rousseau -- the
  • Insane / William Carlos Williams
  • All cohaerence gone / John Donne -- the
  • Second coming / William Butler Yeats
  • Things were drifting toward the abyss / Alfred de Musset -- an
  • Anomic man / Denis Diderot -- a
  • Voice from the underground / Fedor Dostoevski -- the
  • Crack-up / F. Scott Fitzgerald
  • Smart dealings in America / Charles Dickens
  • In the pillory / Nathaniel Hawthorne -- the
  • Crime and its correctives / Ambrose Bierce -- the
  • Christmas tree and the wedding / Fedor Dostoevski
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
vii, 408 pages
Lccn
63007376
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)965138
Label
Sociology through Literature : an Introductory Reader, edited by Lewis A. Coser
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Grand inquisitor / Fedor Dostoevski -- the
  • City of the sun / Thomas Campanella -- an
  • Authoritarian father / Samuel Butler
  • Shame / Stephen Crane
  • I don't know why / Sherwood Anderson
  • Learning a trade / Mark Twain
  • My first goose / Isaac Babel
  • Shooting an elephant / George Orwell -- the
  • Soft touch of grass / Luigi Pirandello -- the
  • Egg / Sherwood Anderson
  • Blissful isles / Denis Diderot
  • Arrangement in black and white / Dorothy Parker -- the
  • Art of making distances / Marcel Proust
  • On account of a hat / Sholom Aleichem -- a
  • Chameleon / Anton Chekhov
  • Rank order aboard a man-of-war / Herman Melville -- the
  • Pecking order of a restaurant / George Orwell -- the
  • World as a stage / William Shakespeare
  • What makes a peer? / Daniel Defoe -- the
  • Flow of the mushroom-broth / Oliver Goldsmith -- the
  • Doom of the nobility / Honore de Balzac
  • Domestic manners on the marquesas / Herman Melville -- the
  • Waiting at the station / William M. Thackeray -- the
  • First people in Boston and Philadelphia / Harriet Martineau -- the
  • Lower class smell / George Orwell
  • Power and its limits / Norman Mailer
  • Coercion and the lure of power / Arturo Barea
  • Saint Joan's appeal / George Bernard Shaw -- a
  • Business tyrant / Charles Dickens -- the
  • Basis of Napoleon's power / Ralph Waldo Emerson -- the
  • Poverty of power / Lev Tolstoi -- a
  • Succession crisis and its resolution / Anthony Trollope -- the
  • Dance of the sprouting corn / D.H. Lawrence
  • Genus clerk and his natural habitat / Honore de Balzac -- the
  • Circumlocution office / Charles Dickens
  • In the maze of bureaucracy / Franz Kafka
  • One kind of officer / Ambrose Bierce
  • Ward politics, money, and organization / Theodore Dreiser -- the
  • Voice of the demagogue / Robert Penn Warren -- the
  • Politics of radicalism / George Meredith
  • How to become a dictator / Ignazio Silone -- the
  • Politics of stalinism / Arthur Koestler -- the
  • Shame of Liverpool / Herman Melville -- the
  • Echoes of the jazz age / F. Scott Fitzgerald -- the
  • City as nightmare / James Thomson -- the
  • Powers and rhythms of London / Thomas de Quincey
  • Paris, the scene and the setting / Jules Romains -- the
  • Anatomy of Paris / Honore de Balzac -- the
  • Matriarch arranges a wedding / Tsao Hsueh-Chin
  • When six wives squabble / Chin P'ng Mei
  • Shino and Hamaji or When duty is stronger than love / Takizawa Bakin
  • On the importance of having a son -- a
  • Patriarch / Giovanni Verga -- the
  • Perils and dilemma of marital choice / Lev Tolstoi -- a
  • World of migratory workers / John Steinbeck
  • Happy family / Lev Tolstoi -- the
  • Varieties of religious experiences in Polynesia / Herman Melville -- a
  • Hindu ceremony / E.M. Forster
  • Discipline, devotion, and catholic ritual / James Joyce -- a
  • Revival / Frances Trollope
  • Babbitt's religion or Christianity incorporated / Sinclair Lewis -- the
  • Price of keeping one's place / Richard Wright
  • Learning submission / Peter Abrahams
  • To be a negro / James Weldon Johnson
  • On the margin:life between two racial worlds / Kathleen Tamagawa
  • Fashions in the fourteenth century Italy / Franco Sacchetti -- an
  • Huck breaks the white code / Mark Twain
  • On the eve / William Faulkner
  • How the Bastille was stormed / Thomas Carlyle -- the
  • Natural history of a mob / Emile Zola
  • Crowds, mobs, and terror in hollywood / Nathanael West
  • Mob passion / D.C. Themba
  • Mademoiselle / Guy de Maupassant -- the
  • Philosopher / Sherwood Anderson
  • Suicide / Voltaire
  • Concerning the infanticide Marie Farrar / Bertolt Brecht -- the
  • Other directed ma / Lev Tolstoi
  • Monkey on the back / Nelson Algren -- the
  • Stolen ribbon / Jean Jacques Rousseau -- the
  • Insane / William Carlos Williams
  • All cohaerence gone / John Donne -- the
  • Second coming / William Butler Yeats
  • Things were drifting toward the abyss / Alfred de Musset -- an
  • Anomic man / Denis Diderot -- a
  • Voice from the underground / Fedor Dostoevski -- the
  • Crack-up / F. Scott Fitzgerald
  • Smart dealings in America / Charles Dickens
  • In the pillory / Nathaniel Hawthorne -- the
  • Crime and its correctives / Ambrose Bierce -- the
  • Christmas tree and the wedding / Fedor Dostoevski
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
vii, 408 pages
Lccn
63007376
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)965138

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