The Norton Reader (15th Edition)

Download The Norton Reader (15th Edition) written by Melissa Goldthwaite ; Joseph Bizup ; Anne Fernald ; John Brereton in PDF format. This book is under the category Fiction - Essays and bearing the isbn/isbn13 number 0393420531/9780393420531. You may reffer the table below for additional details of the book.


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Anne Fernald

John Brereton

Joseph Bizup

Melissa Goldthwaite



Melissa Goldthwaite ; Joseph Bizup ; Anne Fernald ; John Brereton










2138 pages


W. W. Norton & Company

Book Description

The Norton Reader provides 150 different approaches to encourage students to reflect on and write about ideas and topics that are significant to them. The most varied selection of essays possible was painstakingly selected, and they are now more closely connected with the introductions to the new chapters. Students will be more engaged in their reading and writing assignments if they read and write essays that are relevant to current events and concepts. More than sixty new contemporary essays, three new chapters, and a new framework for connecting the selections are included in the new edition. In addition, InQuizitive for Writers includes online adaptive learning activities that provide additional instruction in sentence editing and working with sources.


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