The Contemporary Reader
Pearson/Longman, 2004 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 545 pages
A best-selling popular culture reader, The Contemporary Reader offers more than 70 reading selections focused on current cultural issues and organized around ten engaging, provocative topics that engage students to read and write critically. This reader includes more contemporary selections than any other popular culture reader on the market with over 90% of the readings written in the last five years. The text's ten tightly focused thematic chapters cover a range of writing on interesting issues familiar to students and relevant to our times.
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How to Read and Write Critically
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