Reason to Believe: Romanticism, Pragmatism, and the Teaching of Writing
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Reason to Believe: Romanticism, Pragmatism, and the Teaching of Writing

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Explores current theories of teaching and demonstrates that English studies can benefit from the work of 19th-century American romanticism and pragmatism, both of which affirm the possibility of growth and development. The book argues eloquently for the importance of hope and relies extensively for its theoretical underpinnings on the influential writings of Cornel West an...more
Paperback, 160 pages
Published August 1st 1998 by State University of New York Press (first published July 1st 1998)
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