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CT 101 Critical Thinking
by Mark Hillringhouse - Last Updated Feb 7, 2016
This LibGuide is designed to support the writing intensive (WI) section of CT 101 Critical Thinking in a Diverse World.
EN 001 - Writing Skills I Libguide
by Nina-Louise Alsbrook-Jackson - Last Updated May 18, 2012
An instructor resource for EN 001 - Writing Skills I
EN 101: Introduction to Compositional Studies
by Alexandra Della Fera - Last Updated Aug 30, 2016
Composition I focuses on the stages of the writing process and includes a formal MLA research paper. A variety of writings and reading assignments are designed to develop analytical and critical thinking skills.
EN 101:Research Guide
by Elaine Goldman - Last Updated Oct 7, 2016
EN 102:Research Guide
by Elaine Goldman - Last Updated Dec 21, 2016
EN 103: Business Writing
by Caffie Risher - Last Updated Sep 2, 2013
EN 205: Introduction to Literature
by Kelly Bender - Last Updated Aug 24, 2011
This guide complements the EN 205 course
ENS106 Public Speaking
by Caffie Risher - Last Updated Apr 6, 2017
Ernest Hemingway
by Glen Bencivengo - Last Updated Jun 30, 2015
One of America's most influential 20th Century writers, Ernest Hemingway produced a body of work that continues to be read by scholars, students and everyone who loves fine literature.
F. Scott Fitzgerald
by Glen Bencivengo - Last Updated Jun 28, 2016
The author of four completed novels and numerous short stoires, F. Scott Fitzgerald is considered one of America's greatest twentieth century writers.
Flannery O'Connor
by Glen Bencivengo - Last Updated Jun 28, 2016
Born in 1925, Flannery O'Connor is a respected novelist and short story writer. She died in 1964.
Gabriel Garcia Marquez
by Glen Bencivengo - Last Updated Jul 14, 2015
Gabriel G Marquez ( 1927-2014) was a Nobel Prize winning author of novels and stories.
Kate Chopin
by Glen Bencivengo - Last Updated Jun 29, 2016
Kate Chopin, who died in 1904, is a respected novelist and short story writer. Ahead of her time, she wrote frankly about the status of women, sexuality, racism and adultery.
Mark Twain
by Glen Bencivengo - Last Updated Jun 29, 2016
S.L. Clemens aka Mark Twain is perhaps one of America's best known writers. A product of the Midwest and the Mississippi River, Twain wrote such great novels as Tom Sawyer and of course Huckleberry Finn.
Raymond Carver
by Glen Bencivengo - Last Updated Oct 17, 2015
Born in 1938 to working class parents, Raymond Carver is best known for his short stories, a literary form that he helped revitalize. He died at the age of 50 of lung cancer.
SO 205: Death and Dying
by Caffie Risher - Last Updated Nov 24, 2014
William Faulkner
by Glen Bencivengo - Last Updated Mar 15, 2016
Born in 1897, William Faulkner is one of America's most important twentieth-century writers. While born and raised in the South, his themes are universal.
 

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