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The irrelevant English teacher [by] J. Mitchell Morse.


Philadelphia, Temple University Press [1972] .
ISBN 9780877220169, 0877220166

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Subjects English philology -- Study and teaching.
Philologie anglaise -- Étude et enseignement (Supérieur)
Description ix, 142 pages 21 cm
Copyright Date [1972]
Summary The author focuses on the importance of being able to express oneself clearly in both speech and writing.
Contents The case for irrelevance -- Social relevance, literary judgment, and the new right -- Our linguistic servility -- The avant-garde as conservators -- Where are all the bossuets gone? -- Social class in the English class -- The shuffling speech of slavery: Black English -- Literature as subversion -- For an articulate majority -- Who should teach freshman English? -- Take for example Finnegans Wake.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)402530
(OCoLC)ocm00402530
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WorldCat Identities Morse, J. Mitchell 1912-
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