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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Advice to the Student: On Reading an Essay In offering here some practical
advice on how to read an essay, we do not mean to imply that there is just one
way to go at it. Essays differ, and readers differ even more, and how a given
is, for quite often the idea with which an essay begins is not the principal idea of
the essay. The opening sections of the essay may be introducing the topic, laying
the groundwork, perhaps getting the reader into a frame of mind for accepting ...
Essay in Reason Josephine Miles Josephine Miles (1911-1985), teacher, scholar
, and poet, was educated at the University of California at Los Angeles (B.A.) and
at Berkeley (M.A., Ph.D.), where she taught in the English Department ...
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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
William Zinsser Simplicity
Robert Grudin Ideology and Moral Philology
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Allen Ginsberg, an annotated bibliography, 1969-1977
Michelle P. Kraus
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