The Borzoi College Reader
This highly regarded, thematic reader for freshman composition offers students an introduction to issues in the arts and sciences. It includes a good balance of classic and contemporary selections from mixed genres and provides a wide range of viewpoints and voices. The readings are supported by introductions to each theme and individual headnotes.
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It is in this sense that the argument is war metaphor is one that we live by in this
culture; it structures the actions we perform in arguing. Try to imagine a culture
where arguments are not viewed in terms of war, where no one wins or loses, ...
College campuses today strive for racial and ethnic diversity, but this effort, says
Frank Wu, can enforce rather than break down cultural stereotypes. "Many of the
students who believe that all Asian Americans are good with computers also ...
As Americans of various races, we share a broad cultural ground, a commonality
of society that links its diverse elements into a cohesive whole that can be
defined as "American." We share certain mythologies. A history. We share
political and ...
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This is a freshman level college anthology. Any anthology of course suffers from having to include too much, to having to exclude other items. This one seems quite workable. Read full review
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