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The Humanity of English
Bib ID 3259986
Format BookBook
Description [Urbana, Ill.] National Council of Teachers of English [1972] 
vi, 136 p. illus. 23 cm. 
ISBN 0814103070
Series

NCTE distinguished lectures ; 1972

Full contents
  • Fisher, J. H. Truth versus beauty: an inquiry into the function of language and literature in an articulate society.
  • Loban, W. The green pastures of English.
  • Britton, J. N. Writing to learn and learning to write.
  • Thomas, O. Teaching children about language.
  • Kent, G. E. Selfconscious writers and Black folk and cultural tradition.
  • Ashmead, J. New theories of film and their significance for the seventies.
  • Sargon, M. G. Johnny is neither eager nor easy to please.
 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects English philology.

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