The Rise and Fall of English: Reconstructing English as a Discipline.
xiv 203p hardback with dustjacket, NEW. Buchnummer des Verkäufers PAB 167775
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Kirkus Unfair to Scholes
The Kirkus reviewer feels that I took a clear situation and made a muddle out of it. I think that I took a very complicated situation--that I specifically call a "muddle"--and made some sense of it. I also offer quite specific recommendations for changes in the discipline, looking at the situation of English teaching from different perspectives: historical, theoretical, personal, and practical. I sympathize with a reviewer on a short deadline, trying to get these complexities into a single paragraph. I just hope potential readers will not be put off by the result but will see for themselves.
Titel: The Rise and Fall of English: Reconstructing...
Verlag: Yale University Press, Yale University Press
Zustand: As New
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