One Hundred Great Essays

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Robert DiYanni
Longman, Dec 1, 2001 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 808 pages
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One Hundred Great Essays provides that number of the most exemplary and rewarding selections available in the English language. The anthology combines classic essays of great instructional value together with the most frequently anthologized essays of recent note by today's most highly regarded writers. The selections exhibit a broad range of diversity in subject matter and authorship. All essays have been selected for their utility as both models for writing and for their usefulness as springboards for independent writing. An introductory section informs readers about the qualities of the essay form and offers instruction on how to read essays critically and use the writing process to develop their own essays. For those interested in learning about reading, writing and critical thinking by studying examples of great writing.

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In the two years I've been teaching essay writing to high school students, my personal volumes of essays have sprouted a garden of post-it strips and my copier has worked overtime. I usually avoid ... Read full review

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A really great book for easy digestion reading. The essays span centuries and can really help you find new eras of literature to read. A new edition comes out every few years with new essays. I haven ... Read full review

Contents

Arriving at an Interpretation
30
Gloria Anzaldia
48
WH AUDEN
60
Copyright

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Robert DiYanni is Director of International Services in the Advanced Placement Program at The College Board. Dr. DiYanni, who holds a B.A. from Rutgers University and a Ph.D. from the City University of New York, has taught English and Humanities at a variety of institutions, including NYU, CUNY, and Harvard. He has written and edited more than two dozen books, mostly for college students of writing, literature, and humanities.

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