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Patterns in English; a unified program for composition

Author: Nadine Ricks
Publisher: New York, Scribner [1969]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nadine Ricks
OCLC Number: 87543
Description: ix, 422 pages 24 cm
Contents: Unit 1 The word : English, a changing language --
Grammar, a changing attitude --
Usage, a new responsibility. Unit 2 The sentence : The sentence, its patterns --
The sentence, its potentials --
The sentence, its problems. Unit 3 The paragraph : The paragraph, its development. Unit 4 The theme : The theme, its central idea --
The theme, its beginning and end --
The theme, its total impact. Unit 5 Readings : Noah Webster and an American language / Albert C. Baugh --
But what's a dictionary for? / Bergen Evans --
How dictionaries are made / S.I. Hayakawa --
Our national mania for correctness / Donald J. Lloyd --
How to mark a book / Mortimer J. Adler --
My unfavorite classics / Clifton Fadiman --
What literature is for / S.I. Hayakawa --
English and American education / Sir Geoffrey Crowther --
What happens in college / James K. Feibleman --
Is college wasted on women? / Margaret Mead --
Why the students revolt / Bill Ward --
Inaugural address / John F. Kennedy --
Americans are queer / Stephen Leacock --
Paradox and dream / John Steinbeck --
Letter to the North / William Faulkner --
Faulkner and desegregation / James Baldwin --
People aren't born prejudiced / Ian Stevenson, M.D. --
Can people be judged by their appearance? / Eric Berne --
How to tell your friends from geniuses / Ernest Jones --
Science and the 'Man in the street' / Dr. Glenn T. Seaborg --
Why land on the moon? / Robert Jastrow, Homer E. Newell --
The principles of poor writing / Paul W. Merrill --
How we listen / Aaron Copland --
Too many messages / Ken Macrorie --
Return to India / Santha Rama Rau --
Sir Winston Churchill / T.S. Matthews --
The decline of greatness / Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr. Appendix : Composition, some special skills : The outline, summary, and precis ; The essay test and in-class theme ; The research paper.
Responsibility: [by] Nadine Ricks [and] Marilyn Marsh.

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