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  1. Book ImageBack to the Lake: A Reader and Guide, with 2016 MLA Update

    Thomas Cooley

    Third Edition

    THIS TITLE HAS BEEN UPDATED TO REFLECT THE 2016 MLA UPDATE.

    A new take on the traditional rhetorical modes, showing how they are used in the kinds of writing college students are most often assigned—arguments, analyses, reports, narratives, and more.

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  2. Book ImageThe Norton Reader with 2016 MLA Update

    Melissa Goldthwaite, Joseph Bizup, John Brereton, Et Al.

    Shorter Fourteenth Edition

    THIS TITLE HAS BEEN UPDATED TO REFLECT THE 2016 MLA UPDATE.

    The classic reader that has introduced millions of students to the essay as a genre—available in a concise edition.

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  3. Book ImageThe Norton Reader with 2016 MLA Update

    Melissa Goldthwaite, Joseph Bizup, John Brereton, Et Al.

    Fourteenth Edition

    THIS TITLE HAS BEEN UPDATED TO REFLECT THE 2016 MLA UPDATE.

    The classic reader that has introduced millions of students to the essay as a genre.

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  4. Book ImageReading the World: Ideas That Matter, with 2016 MLA Update

    Michael Austin

    Third Edition

    THIS TITLE HAS BEEN UPDATED TO REFLECT THE 2016 MLA UPDATE.

    The only great ideas reader to offer a global perspective.

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  5. Book ImageThe Little Norton Reader: 50 Essays from the First 50 Years, with 2016 MLA Update

    Melissa Goldthwaite

    THIS TITLE HAS BEEN UPDATED TO REFLECT THE 2016 MLA UPDATE.

    Commemorating 50 years of the The Norton Reader, in a portable and affordable format.

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  6. Book ImageThe Norton Reader

    Melissa Goldthwaite, Joseph Bizup, John Brereton, Et Al.

    Fourteenth High School Edition

    The classic reader that has introduced millions of students to the essay as a genre.More

  7. Book ImageThe Seagull Reader: Essays

    Joseph Kelly

    Third Edition

    Norton quality at the most affordable price.More

  8. Book ImageBack to the Lake: A Reader and Guide

    Thomas Cooley

    Third Edition

    A new take on the traditional rhetorical modes, showing how they are used in the kinds of writing college students are most often assigned—arguments, analyses, reports, narratives, and more.More

  9. Book ImageBack to the Lake: A Reader and Guide

    Thomas Cooley

    Third High School Edition

    A new take on the traditional rhetorical modes, showing how they are used in the kinds of writing students are most often assigned—arguments, analyses, reports, narratives, and more. Now available in a high school hardcover edition.More

  10. Book Image"They Say / I Say": The Moves That Matter in Academic Writing, with Readings

    Gerald Graff, Cathy Birkenstein, Russel Durst

    Third High School Edition

    The best-selling text/reader on academic writing, now in a high school hardcover edition.More

  11. Book ImageThe Norton Sampler: Short Essays for Composition

    Thomas Cooley

    Eighth Edition

    A trusted collection of short essays arranged by rhetorical mode—with charming, practical writing instruction.More

  12. Book ImageThe Norton Mix: A Custom Reader for Composition

    Elizabeth Rodriguez Kessler, Jeffrey Andelora, Katharine Nicholson Ings, Et Al.

    A rich database lets you create the perfect reader for your composition course.More

  13. Book ImageThe Norton Pocket Book of Writing by Students

    Melissa Goldthwaite

    A Norton anthology of student writing.More

  14. Book ImageReading/Writing Canada: Short Fiction and Nonfiction

    Judith Miller

    This unique anthology provides a wide range of distinctly Canadian voices in a compact, affordable format.More

  15. Book ImageWhat's Language Got to Do with It?

    Keith Walters, Michal Brody, Shirley Brice Heath

    In the Mideast, words shoot to kill. On the pages of the New Yorker, Romeo IMs Juliet. In India, operators in customer service call centers are required to speak English with an American accent and to be able to make small talk about the Super Bowl. Closer to home, ABC News offers up a linguistic profiling quiz. And George Orwell continues to lament the state of politics and the English language.More

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