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The Condition Of English

Author: Avrom Fleishman
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780313306785
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Now that the "political correctness" controversy has cooled, a time for sober reflection on the field of English has arrived. This insightful book examines the costs and benefits in the field's internal workings and public functionings.

The Educational System Of Israel

Author: Yaacov Iram
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780313302695
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One of the most multicultural educational systems in the world, Israel's system is on the crossroads of yet another transformation as a result of the mass immigration and prospects of peace in the region.

Private Prometheus

Author: Philip G. Altbach
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780313312489
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Highlights and discusses key aspects of private higher education worldwide.

Resource Allocation And Productivity In Education

Author: William T. Hartman
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780313276316
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While much of the research on resource allocation in the past has been concerned with state and national decisions, this book focuses on resource allocation decisions at the micro-level in education. Decisions made at the district, school, and classroom levels determine the adequacy and equity of resources actually made available to educational programs and individual students. This book shows how and why these decisions are made and their impact on schools and students.

The Bright Boys

Author: Eileen F. Lebow
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780313314797
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Townsend Harris High School in Manhattan was no ordinary high school. Named for the man who brought free higher education to New York City, students like Ira Gershwin, Yip Harburg, Adam Clayton Powell, Jr., Herman Wouk, Jonas Salk, and three future Nobel Laureates commuted from all five boroughs of the city in order to attend.

African Literature

Author: Chin Ce
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1329085485
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African Literature No 12 provides scholarly researched comparisons of authors and their oeuvre in this recent assessment of Africa centred creative thought and the expanding awareness of history, tradition and space in African writing.

Theory Of Literature

Author: Rene Wellek
Publisher: Scholarly
ISBN: 9781628972832
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Theory of Literature was born from the collaboration of René Wellek, a Vienna-born student of Prague School linguistics, and Austin Warren, an independently minded "old New Critic." Unlike many other textbooks of its era, however, this classic kowtows to no dogma and toes no party line. Wellek and Warren looked at literature as both a social product--influenced by politics, economics, etc.--as well as a self-contained system of formal structures. Incorporating examples from Aristotle to Coleridge, written in clear, uncondescending prose, Theory of Literature is a work which, especially in its suspicion of simplistic explanations and its distrust of received wisdom, remains extremely relevant to the study of literature today.