OPINION: Revision as a Critical Practice
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Class Work: Site of Egalitarian Activism or Site of Embourgeoisement?
Refiguring Authorship, Ownership, and Textual Commodities: Meridel Le Sueur’s Pedagogical Legacy
Writer’s Block, Merit, and the Market: Working in the University of Excellence
The “Oprahfication” of Literacy: Reading Oprah’s Book Club
R. Mark Hall
REVIEW: The Necessity of Mourning: Psychoanalytic Paradigms for Change and Transformation in the Composition Classroom
ANNOUNCEMENTS AND CALLS FOR PAPERS
From the Editor
INDEX TO VOLUME 65
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