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Essays on the teaching of English in honor of Charles Swain Thomas.
Gay, Robert M. (Robert Malcolm), 1879-1961, editor.
Publication Information:
Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard university press, 1940.
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xxi, 286 pages : frontispiece (portrait) ; 22 cm
General Note:
Edited by R. M Gay.

College teaching and creative scholarship, by K. O. Myrick.--The teaching of English, by Mary E. Chase.--Yesterday, by A. M. Hitchcock.--A note on the writer's craft, by John Erskine.--How well can English teachers write? By Allan Abbott.--On saying what you mean, by J. E. Park.--Uneasy English, by Frances L. Warner.--Linguistics and the teaching of the English language, by R. C. Pooley.--The major in English composition, by Agnes C. Perkins.--Grammar in the elementary curriculum, by F. S. Hoyt.--The Commission on English and the present state of the comprehensive English examination, by E. S. Noyes.--A glimpse of English public schools, by C. M. Fuess.--Amateur spirit in Korean literature, by Younghill Kang.--Notes (p. [279]-284)--The contributors (p. [285]-286)
Introduction, by R. M. Gay.--Charles Swain Thomas and the teaching of English, by H. W. Holmes.--A modest caveat about the curriculum, by H. M. Jones.--The responsibility of the public schools for the maintenance of culture in America, by Dora V. Smith.--English and the social studies, by H. E. Wilson.--English as experience in secondary schools, by Angela M. Broening.--We dare to teach English, by Lou LaBrant.--Three question marks for the teacher of literature, by Reed Smith.--Can a sense of beauty be developed through the English class? By Phyllis Robbins.
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