As a failed academic, someone who wanted to teach, but never got a full time teaching job; I wanted to move away from teaching composition as a teaching fellow, a slave paid to do the grunt work that the tenured faculty don't want to do, to teaching literature. Now teaching composition is vital and important, and students need to learn how to write, and how to present an argument. If you look at posts on the internet, particularly Facebook and many blogs, you'll find that the vast majority of people can't present a decent argument at all. However, most of us train for, and most of us want to teach literature. The usual place to begin is the survey course, so I've started a survey course. My most recent anthology is the Norton 4th. I won't be spending the money to upgrade to the 10th. I may include matter that may or may not be in the 10th though. As the course is informal, and personal I don't intend to do as much history as I might in a regular course. We'll see how it goes.