The Macmillan Reader
Longman, 2002 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 562 pages
Featuring the same superior teaching apparatus and thought-provoking selections as its widely-praised parent text, The Longman Reader, Brief Edition is an all new, shorter, more portable alternative to the best-selling, rhetorically-organized original, The Longman Reader (formerly titled The Macmillan Reader ).
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In the first three paragraphs of his essay, Sykes provides numerous examples to
illustrate what he considers the moral looseness of young people. Why do you
think he starts with the example of the seventeen-year-old rapist? In what ways is
Wouldn't every older person want to be young again? Isn't aging to be avoided? It
may be slightly unpatriotic to say so, but I believe the answer is "No." Being
young may be pleasant at times, but I would rather be my forty-year-old self.
Also, rather than undermining the spirit of young people, as opponents contend,
the program would probably boost their morale. Many young people feel
enormous pressure and uncertainty; they are not sure whether they want to find a
job or ...
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THE READING PROCESS
ETHICS AND MORALITY
THE WRITING PROCESS
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