Making meaning with texts: selected essays

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Heinemann, Mar 26, 2005 - Education - 156 pages
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This book brings together some of Rosenblatt's most important work, essays from the 1930s through the 1990s that explore the breadth and depth of her theory.

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User Review  - Jed - Goodreads

Rosenblatt is something like the grand old woman of literature education: she started publishing before the first World War, and kept going strong into the early 2000s. This book is sort of a ... Read full review

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I'm reading this for the second time with a new lens. Pretty profound. Read full review

Contents

Parti Theory
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Transaction Versus InteractionA Terminological
35
The Acid Test for Literature Teaching English Journal 45 2
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Copyright

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Celebrated author and educator Louise Rosenblatt is Professor Emerita of New York University and a former faculty member at Barnard College, Columbia University and the City University of New York. She received the most recent of many accolades in 2003, when she was presented with lifetime achievement awards from both the National Council of Teachers of English and the National Research Conference.

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