Spring 1992, 20.1


Book Reviews

Neil Daniel Tenure for Socrates: A Study in the Betrayal of the American Professor, by Jon Huer
Lynn Worsham Rereading the Sophists: Classical Rhetoric Refigured, by Susan C. Jarratt 
Cynthia Haynes-Burton Textualizing the Feminine: On the Limits of Genre, by Shari Benstock
Eric H. Hobson Savage Inequalities: Children in America's Schools, by Jonathan Kozol
Joe Law (Inter)views: Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives on Rhetoric and Literacy, edited by Gary A. Olson and Irene Gale
Carol Lea Clark The Writing Cycle, edited by Clela Allphin-Hoggatt
Shelley Aley Shared Territory: Understanding Children's Writing as Works, by Margaret Himley
Jeff Karon Read, Reason, Write, by Dorothy U. Seyler
Lynee Lewis Gaillet  Nineteenth-Century Rhetoric in North America, by Nan Johnson
Joe Law Grammar and the Teaching of Writing: Limits and Possibilities, by Rei R. Noguchi and Pinckert's Practical Grammar: A Lively, Unintimidating Guide to Usage, Punctuation and Style, by Robert C. Pinckert
Linda Myers Language Minority Students and Computers, edited by Christian J. Faltis and Robert A. DeVillar
Elizabeth H. Battles Gender and the Journal: Diaries and Academic Discourse, by Cinthia Gannett
Margaret-Rose Marek The Lopsided Ape: Evolution of the Generative Mind, by Michael C. Corballis 
Marshall Myers An Introduction to Composition Studies, edited by Erika Lindemann and Gary Tate
Colleen Tremonte Writing in the Academic Disciplines, 1870-1990: A Curricular History, by David R. Russell
Brian Nerney The Craft of Revision, by Donald Murray
Elizabeth H. Battles The Rose Fancier, by Olga Masters
Donald G. Lloyd Thinking and Writing in College: A Naturalistic Study of Students in Four Disciplines, by Barbara E. Walvoord and Lucille P. McCarthy