The Generation of Ideas

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Thomson/Wadsworth, 2004 - Education - 784 pages
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"[This book] is a ... composition reader that selects both classic and contemporary readings about generational and individual identity.... The intent of [this book] is to demystify the processes of writing and critical thinking by acknowledging that ever

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Horrible book. Required for class. Hell's Angels are wonderful people, men are pigs, people with money oppress those without, etc, etc, etc. Do you really need to read a sick story about someone ... Read full review

Contents

Generating Ideas
3
Defining and Aligning
9
What to Expect in the Next Seven Chapters
26
Copyright

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About the author (2004)

D. Quentin Miller is Professor of English at Suffolk University in Boston, where he teaches fiction writing and literature. He is the author of "A CRIMINAL POWER": JAMES BALDWIN AND THE LAW and JOHN UPDIKE AND THE COLD WAR, and the editor of RE-VIEWING JAMES BALDWIN: THINGS NOT SEEN and PROSE AND CONS: NEW ESSAYS ON CONTEMPORARY U.S. PRISON LITERATURE. He is also the coauthor of the literature for composition textbook CONNECTIONS and the author of the composition textbook THE GENERATION OF IDEAS. His articles have appeared in such journals as American Literature, Legacy: A Journal of American Women Writers, The Hemingway Review, Forum for Modern Language Studies, and American Literary Realism.

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