Beadles transposed: Reading A Room of One's Own in Composition 101

Rich, J. Andrea
September 1996
Community Review;1996, Vol. 14, p73
Academic Journal
Focuses on the reading of the book `A Room of One's Own' in an English composition class. Components of persuasive essays; Mental formation of the idea; Etiology of the skepticism; Mental process of substitution.


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