Russ Hunt wrote:
>I say it's worth reading, even though I don't agree with many of
>Ritter's assumptions. Alhough she waves in the direction of what
>Regina says she liked ("educating students about these issues"),
>she doesn't ask what seems to me the important question, which
>is, "why do we assume that students producing 'good' essays with
>'singular student authorship' actually teaches the students much
>or shows us anything valuable?"
YES! I couldn't agree more.
This discussion has prompted me to start paying attention to various
For example, recently published fiction books include the following
"No part of this book may be reproduced in any form or by any electronic
or mechanical means,
including information storage and retrieval systems, without permission
in writing from the publisher,
except by a reviewer, who may quote brief passages in a review."
Now, does it mean that one cannot use a quote as an epigraph without the
What about students who study the book at school? Should they request
permission to quote?
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