Information and Meaning: Connecting Thinking, Reading, and Writing

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Pearson Prentice Hall, Dec 1, 2003 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 762 pages
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Based on the premise that difficult material, with adequate support, provides the most enriching experience in the composition classroom, this book offers its readers a challenge and encourages them to think and write critically. KEY TOPICS Unique content features fresh material that is mostly new and has not been anthologized before. For writing inspiration, and anyone who wants to participate in broader cultural conversations about the selections presented here.

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Diane Ackerman
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Natalie Angier
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Sven Birkerts
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