Literature: A Prentice Hall Pocket Reader
Mary McAleer Balkun
Pearson/Prentice Hall, 2004 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 197 pages
Each essay in this literature pocket reader has withstood the test of time and teaching, making it the perfect companion for any writing course. A "Prentice Hall Pocket Reader" is the perfect way to bring additional readings to writing classes at no additional cost to users when packaged with this book. "Pocket Readers" can be packaged FREE" with any Prentice Hall English text or are available stand alone for a nominal cost. This reader focuses on essays within the following areas: Short Stories, Poetry, and Plays. For use as a supplement to a writing course.
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