Perspectives on English; essays to honor W. Wilbur Hatfield. Edited by Robert C. Pooley.
|Location||Call Number||Status||Consortium Loan|
WRLC Shared Collections Facility
Pooley, Robert C. 1898-
English language -- Study and teaching.
English literature -- Study and teaching.
Hatfield, Walter Wilbur, 1882-
viii, 328 p. port. 22 cm.
--The continuing education of the teacher of English, by H. W. Hartley.--The pedant and some other characters in his profession, by B. Harris. --Epilogue: The English teacher, by L. La Brant.
Introduction: W. Wilbur Haftield, by R. C. Pooley.--Prologue: Common bond, by R. M. Weeks.--Let them all read, by H. K. Mackintosh.--The teaching of literature in secondary schools, by M. C. Sheridan.--Shall they inherit the realms of gold? By T. C. Pollock.--Teaching the introductory college course in literature, by J. C. Gerber.--Cultivating literary audiences, by L. Grey.--Teaching the art of listening, by H. A. Anderson.--Speak the speech! By H. M. Adams.--Freshman composition and the tradition of rhetoric, by P. G. Perrin.--Linguistic science and the teaching of English, by C. C. Fries.--Developing a love of good reading, by D. V. Smith.--On reading literature, by P. Farmer.--The hazards of semiliteracy, by S. S. Center.--The search for standards, by L. B. Cook.--Custom serves for reason, by M. A. Neville.--The teaching of literature in American high schools, 1865-1900, by J. Mersand.
|WorldCat||Search OCLC WorldCat|
Export citation to: RefWorks