|Author:||Seitz, James E., 1958-|
|Title:||Motives for metaphor: literacy, curriculum reform, and the teaching of English|
|Publication Info:||Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh, Digital Research Library
|Series:||Pittsburgh series in composition, literacy, and culture, University of Pittsburgh Press, University of Pittsburgh|
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Motives for metaphor literacy, curriculum reform, and the teaching of English
Seitz, James E., 1958-
Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, c1999
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English philology--Study and teaching.
English language--Rhetoric--Study and teaching.
Report writing--Study and teaching (Higher).
Motives for metaphor: literacy, curriculum reform, and the teaching of English
Part One: Paradox
Part Two: Possibility