Courage, Richard Arthur. Rev. of Literacy in the United States: Readers and Reading since 1880 by Carl F. Kaestle, Helen Damon-Moore, Lawrence C. Stedman, Katherine Tinsley, and William Vance Trollinger, Jr. CCC 43.2 (1992): 256-257.
Sudol, Ronald A. Rev. of Academic Literacies: The Public and Private Discourse of University Students by Elizabeth Chiseri-Strater. CCC 43.2 (1992): 257-259.
Kaufer, David, Chris Neuwirth and Myron Tuman. Rev. of Writing Space: The Computer, Hypertext, and the History of Writing by Jay David Bolter. CCC 43.2 (1992): 259-263.
Zamel, Vivian. Rev. of At the Point of Need: Teaching Basic and ESL Writers by Marie Wilson Nelson. CCC 43.2 (1992): 263-265.
Lay, Nancy Duke S. Rev. of ESL in America: Myths and Possibilities by Sarah Benesch. CCC 43.2 (1992): 265-266.
Weaver, Constance. Rev. of Grammar and the Teaching of Writing: Limits and Possibilities by Rei R. Noguchi. CCC 43.2 (1992): 266-269.
Farrell, Thomas J. Rev. of Rhetorical Grammar: Grammatical Choices, Rhetorical Effects by Martha Kolln. CCC 43.2 (1992): 269-270.
Beauvais, Paul Jude. Rev. of Doing Grammar by Max Morenberg. CCC 43.2 (1992): 270-272.
Shramek, Dennis. Rev. of A Writer’s Handbook: Style and Grammar by James D. Lester; New Concise Handbook by Hans P. Guth; The Scott, Foresman Handbook for Writers by Maxine Hairston and John J. Ruszkiewicz. CCC 43.2 (1992): 272-276.
Kinneavy, James L. Rev. of Selected Essays of Edward P. J. Corbett by Edward P. J. Corbett and Robert J. Connors. CCC 43.2 (1992): 276-277.
Philbin, Alice I. Rev. of Interviewing Practices for Technical Writers by Earl E. McDowell. CCC 43.2 (1992): 277-279.
CCCC Committee on Assessment. “A Selected Bibliography on Postsecondary Writing Assessment, 1979-1991.” CCC 43.2 (1992): 244-255.
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Gill, Glenda E. “The African-American Student: At Risk.” CCC 43.2 (1992): 225-230.
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