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D. L. Emblen
A Reasonable Assignment: One Sentence
Marjorie F. Benton
Some Rhetorical Considerations for Teaching the Young Writer
Robert L. Fichtenau
Language and the Culturally Different
William D. Green
The Generative Unit
Semantics and Thomas Hardy
Henry I. Christ
How To Read a Victorian Novel
Betty M. Bivins
A New Method of Evaluating Fiction
Miss Fidditch's Epistle to the Faithful
R. G. Buddenhagen
Freedom and Discipline in English: Two Reviews
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