On The Contrary contains a balance of writings by men and women. The essays are presented in pairs, a man and a woman writing on each topic. This balanced juxtaposition allows students to discuss, think, and write about changing roles and relationships without being forced into either a feminist or traditionalist party line. The essays in each section reverberate suggestively with each other and this effect is reinforced by the discussion questions, writing topics, and introductory material. An additional table of contents arranges the essays according to rhetorical rubrics.Essays by Men and Women Martha Rainbolt, Janet Fleetwood ... H. L. Mencken aquot; EDUCATIONaquot; Next to the clerk in holy orders, the fellow with the worst job in the world is the schoolmaster. Both are underpaid, both fall steadily in authority andanbsp;...
|Title||:||On the Contrary|
|Author||:||Martha Rainbolt, Janet Fleetwood|
|Publisher||:||SUNY Press - 1984-06-30|