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Volume 13, Issue 3, Fall 2013

Table of Contents

Editors’ Introduction: What Is College For?

pp. 411-414


Who Are You Calling “Coddled”?: “Cloistered Virtue” and Choosing Literary Texts in a Middle Eastern University

pp. 415-427


Integrating Stephen Douglas

pp. 429-452

Translation and the Future of Early World Literature

pp. 453-467

Literature and Influence: A New Model for Introductory Literature Courses

pp. 469-486

From “Representative” to Relatable: Constructing Pedagogical Canons Based on Student Ethical Engagement

pp. 487-503

Teaching Close Reading Skills in a Large Lecture Course

pp. 505-535

From the Classroom

Voices Out of a Barren Land: An Approach to Teaching T. S. Eliot’s The Waste Land

pp. 537-544

Teacher-Student Relationships: A Model of Hospitality

pp. 544-548

Thirteen Ways of Looking at an Essay: Nature Writing through Multiple Lenses

pp. 549-553

Rhetorically Analyzing Online Composition Spaces

pp. 554-561


pp. 563-565

Index to Volume 13

pp. 567-570

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