A Class of Its Own

A Class of Its Own

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A Class of Its Own positions important and rediscovered American social protest authors within both a scholarly and student-centered context. The volume draws on the expertise and pedagogy of established and younger scholars who move gracefully from theories of what makes a text a€œworking classa€ to how studies of class empower college teachers and courses. Among the authors discussed in the volumea€™s essays and prominent in the booka€™s syllabi section are Zora Neale Hurston, Stephen Crane, Agnes Smedley, and Ana Castillo.Here are my customary caveats for essays, labor-literary in theme or not: Choose one of the following questions and construct an essay of at least 350 words, 5 paragraphs, in which you: a) include author and title of essay (if availablea€” otherwise ... properly punctuated b) by the end of the introduction, offer, in a sentence or two, a fairly original thesis of agreement or disagreement in which you use theanbsp;...

Title:A Class of Its Own
Author:Laura Hapke, Lisa A. Kirby
Publisher:Cambridge Scholars Publishing - 2009-01-14


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