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Literature for Composition: Essays, Fiction, Poetry, and Drama

by Sylvan Barnet

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Literature for Composition, 5/e, is a versatile anthology which has both diverse selections and excellent writing instruction. Beginning with six chapters on the reading and writing processes, followed by a section on literary works and literary forms and a section on argument, the text ends with a thematic anthology. New co-author William E. Cain adds to the stellar author team and reinforces an emphasis on diverse and contemporary writers.

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