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 aworking classa to how studies of class empower college teachers and courses. Among the authors discussed in the volumeas essays and prominent in the bookas 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|