An Open Language: Selected Writing on Literacy, Learning, and Opportunity

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Bedford/St. Martin's, Mar 3, 2006 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 455 pages
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An Open Language chronicles the development of one of the most widely-read and influential writers in the fields of composition and education. Rose contextualizes each of the 28 selections in the book with commentary that illuminates the historical, cultural, and personal issues at stake in his research and writing. An invaluable resource for graduate students and new scholars, this collection offers unique insight into the process of building a meaningful career — one that makes a difference both in the academy and beyond.

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