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Preserving Emotion in Student Writing: Innovation in Composition Pedagogy

Inverting Aristotle’s Relationship between Invention and Pathos: 17 Students Write to the Freedom Writers

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Corey, J
2021

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Publication Date

2021

Publisher

Peter Lang
 

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Corey, J. (2021). Inverting Aristotle’s Relationship between Invention and Pathos: 17 Students Write to the Freedom Writers. In C. Wynn (Ed.), Preserving Emotion in Student  Writing: Innovation in Composition Pedagogy. Peter Lang.
Corey, Jessica. “Inverting Aristotle’s Relationship between Invention and Pathos: 17 Students Write to the Freedom Writers.” In Preserving Emotion in Student  Writing: Innovation in Composition Pedagogy, edited by Craig Wynn. Peter Lang, 2021.
Corey J. Inverting Aristotle’s Relationship between Invention and Pathos: 17 Students Write to the Freedom Writers. In: Wynn C, editor. Preserving Emotion in Student  Writing: Innovation in Composition Pedagogy. Peter Lang; 2021.
Corey, Jessica. “Inverting Aristotle’s Relationship between Invention and Pathos: 17 Students Write to the Freedom Writers.” Preserving Emotion in Student  Writing: Innovation in Composition Pedagogy, edited by Craig Wynn, Peter Lang, 2021.
Corey J. Inverting Aristotle’s Relationship between Invention and Pathos: 17 Students Write to the Freedom Writers. In: Wynn C, editor. Preserving Emotion in Student  Writing: Innovation in Composition Pedagogy. Peter Lang; 2021.

Publication Date

2021

Publisher

Peter Lang