Reading the Landscape: Writing a World
Harcourt Brace College Publishers, 1996 - Authorship - 585 pages
This reader/rhetoric is appropriate for composition courses or single-topic courses relating to the environment or ecology. It provides a solid introduction to the writing process, while moving the student from a me-oriented personal view into a larger world of family and community through readings and exercises.
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