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English Writing Resources

Atwell, Nancie. (1987). Building a dining room table: Dialogue journals about reading. In T. Fulwiler (Ed.), The Journal Book (pp. 111-118). Portsmouth, NH: Boynton.

Barnet, S. (1992). A short guide to writing about literature (6th ed.). New York: Harper Collins.

Bauso, J. A. (1988, December). Incorporating reading logs into a literature course. Teaching English in the Two- Year College, 255- 261.

Flynn, E. A. (1986). Composing responses to literary texts: A process approach. In A. Young & T. Fulwiler (Eds.), Writing across the disciplines: Research into practice (pp. 208- 214). Urbana, IL: National Councils of Teachers of English.

Galin, L. (1987). Losing control and liking it: Journals in Victorian Literature. In T. Fulwiler (Ed.) The journal book (pp. 111- 118). Portsmouth, NH: Boynton.

Gilles, C. (1989). Reading, writing, and talking: Using literature study groups. English Journal, 78, 138- 141.

Herrington, Anne J. (1988). Teaching, writing, and learning: A naturalistic study of writing in an undergraduate literature course. Advances in Writing Research Volume Two: Writing in Academic Disciplines. Ed. David A. Jolliffe. Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corporation.

Jacobs, E. (1983). Improving the literature class as we've improved the writing class. In C. Thaiss (Ed.), Writing to learn: Essays and reflections on writing across the curriculum (pp. 56- 62). Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt.

McMahan, C. (1985). Writing across the English curriculum: Using journals in literature class. Teaching English in the Two Year College, 12, 269- 271.

Newell, George E. (1994). The effects of written between-draft responses on students' writing and reasoning about literature. Written Communication: 311-347.

Rosenblatt, L.M. (1984). Literature as exploration. 3rd ed. New York: Modern Language Association.

Smagorinsky, Peter and John Coppock. (1994). Cultural tools and the classroom context: An exploration of an artistic response to literature. Written Communication: 283-310.