As structuralism and post-structuralism, aka grand theory, re-emerge in the context of the digital humanities and quantitative approaches, I remembered that years ago I had compiled a small reader focused on Lévi-Strauss.
The original reader contained the following items below, which I have since scanned, and OCRed, to PDF if anyone is interested. (Please contact me if you are: I want abide by fair use provisions.)
Boon, James. 1985. Claude Lévi-Strauss. In The Return of Grand Theory in the Human Sciences, 159-176. Ed. Quentin Skinner. Cambridge University Press.
Lévi-Strauss, Claude. 1995. Myth and Meaning. Schocken Books.
Lévi-Strauss, Claude. 1971. The Deduction of Crane. In Structural Analysis of Oral Tradition, 3-21. Ed. Pierre Maranda and Elli Köngäs Maranda. University of Pennsylvania Press.
Lévi-Strauss, Claude. 1996. The Story of Lynx. Tr. Catherine Tihanyi. University of Chicago Press.
In addition to these essays, I also have begun to collect essays that either comment on the nature of structuralist (and post-structuralist) thinking and rhetoric as well as connections between that moment and the current one:
Ruegg, Maria. 1979. Metaphor and Metonymy: The Logic of Structuralist Rhetoric. Glyph 6 141-57.
Geoghegan, Bernard Dionysius. 2011. From Information Theory to French Theory: Jakobson, Levi-Strauss, and the Cybernetic Apparatus. Critical Inquiry 38 96-126.
If anyone else is interested in compiling more of such a bibliography, I would be interested in the conversation and/or collaboration.