Looking for the Humanities: A Report on Two Learning Experiments
Helmuth W. Joel, Jr.
Literary Criticism, English Departmnents, Con-Ill Students
George C. Herndl
Race, Class, and Metaphor
J. Mitchell Morse
For the Members
Media Compositions: Preludes to Writing
Harvey S. Wiener
Who Can Be Taught?
David Barton, Charles Ghinga, Roger B. Rollin, $ Murray F. Markland
Comment & Response
Kenneth S. Rothwell / James Scheoeter; Lynn Z. Bloom / Jean S. Mullen
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