Angles of Vision: An Introduction To Literature

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McGraw-Hill, Dec 1, 1991 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1802 pages
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This exciting literature anthology is the brainchild of a workshop at the University of Vermont during which literature professors discussed effective ways to teach reading and responding to the genres--fiction, poetry, drama, and the essay. Introductions to each genre are written by teams of workshop participants. In kind, the anthology stresses collaboration in both learning and writing. The selections are especially contemporary, with many pieces written from multi-cultural perspectives by multi-ethnic writers. ANGLES OF VISION is right for both the second semester of freshman composition and introduction to literature classes with an emphasis on writing.

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Contents

Reading and Writing in College
1
Writing as a Reader
7
Writing about Reading
13
Copyright

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About the author (1991)

Biddle is professor emeritus of English at the University of Vermont.

Toby Fulwiler directs the writing program at the University of Vermont, where he also teaches composition and literature courses. Editor of The Journal Book (1987), Fulwiler is also author of College Writing: A Personal Approach to Academic Writing, Second Edition (1997) and coeditor, with Art Young, of Programs That Work: Models and Methods for Writing Across the Curriculum (1990) and Writing Across the Disciplines: Research into Practice--all published by Boynton/Cook.