The Norton Reader: An Anthology of Expository Prose

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Arthur M. Eastman
W. W. Norton, 1965 - Academic writing - 1221 pages
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Contents

PREFACE
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Allan Seager The Joys of Sport at Oxford
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A J Liebling Poet and Pedagogue
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Copyright

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