Twenty-Five Great Essays (Penguin Academics Series) (2nd Edition)
A compact collection of essays at an affordable price, Twenty-Five Great Essays offers readers an excellent models of good writing and springboards to student writing. Selections range from classic essays such as E.B. White's, “Beauty” and Frederick Douglass', “Learning to Read and Write,” to contemporary essays such as Joan Didian's, “Marrying Absurd” and Stephen Jay Gould's, “Women's Brains.” General readers.
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