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This collection encourages readers to consider a variety of works from many well-known and respected authors. Works include diaries, journals, letters, memoirs, scholarly essays, speeches, interviews, and biographies, from such genres as non-fiction, fiction, poetry and drama. Multicultural diversity is evident in the selection of readings. An excellent resource for anyone interested in a collection of the best literary works from a variety of perspectives.
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The New Millennium Reader
More genres and more color images mean a more interesting writing class.
This thematic reader identifies and collects some of the most important insights, discoveries, and reflections of the past millennia as produced by its most noteworthy writers through a variety of genres.About the Author:
Stuart Hirschberg is an Associate Professor in the Department of Engish at Rutgers: The State University of New Jersey, Newark. He has written scholarly works on Yeats and on Ted Hughes, and with co-author Terry Hirschberg, has authored eleven college textbooks. His research interests include cross-cultural and multicultural studies, visual rhetoric, and popular culture.
Terry Hirschberg has written eleven college textbooks with Stuart Hirschberg in the field of rhetoric and composition.
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