Reading--update : ideals to reality proceedings of the seventh annual conference of the Western College Reading Association by Western College Reading Association

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Papers delivered at the seventh annual conference in Oakland, Calif., April 4-6, 1974

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StatementEditor: Gene Kerstiens
SeriesWestern College Reading Association. Proceedings of the annual conference -- v. 7
ContributionsKerstiens, Gene, Western College Reading Association Annual Conference (7th : 1974 : Oakland, Calif.)
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Pagination216 p. :
Number of Pages216
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Open LibraryOL14581257M

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