Hello, Hongxing --
Sounds like an interesting project! Have a look at the collection of
student work called No More Masterpieces, edited by Guy Allen and published
by Canadian Scholars' Press. It consists of short pieces of expressive
writing done for courses taught by Guy and others -- like the U of T course
he and Jean Mason described at Inkshed 18 this year. These are not academic
pieces, however. Is your study limited to academic writing?
Hongxing Qi wrote:
> Hi, everybody. Could any one give me some references for published students'
> writing samples, for instance, essays by winners of the Scholastic Writing
> Awards? I am planning a contrastive genre analysis: writing by North
> American students and writing by students in China. I have some collections
> of Chinese students' writing in Chinese, but haven't been successful to find
> any in English. Thank you!
> --Hongxing Qi
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