"Fifty Great Essays," Third Edition
Robert J. DiYanni
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Robert J. DiYanni's "Fifty Great Essays" features a collection
of eminently teachable and rewarding essays for today's college
composition courses, including authors ranging from William
Hazlitt, Frederick Douglass, and E.B. White to Richard Feynman,
Annie Dillard, and John Lewis Gaddis. Combining commonly taught,
classic essays with the best of contemporary writing, "Fifty Great
Essays" provides flexible options for every composition classroom,
with selections chosen both as models of good writing and as
appropriate springboards for student writing. A brief introduction
explains the essay form and offers instruction both on reading
essays critically and on the process of writing effective
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