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The CEA Critic--the official journal of the College English
Association--invites scholarly articles that focus on texts--fiction,
nonfiction, poetry, drama, film, television--that college English
teachers use in the literaturare or composition classroom and articles
that apply critical approaches to what and how we teach. Articles that
apply close readings of literary texts are particularly welcome.
Accepted manuscripts of 15-25 typed pages--in MLA style--will be edited
to conform to house style. The College English Association holds the
copyright to all articles accepted and published
in The CEA Critic.
Authors are responsible both for the accuracy of quotations and for
representing source material fairly.
Submissions should include two letter-quality hard copies of manuscripts
and a MS Word version on a PC-formatted disk. Do not use the automatic
note function of your word-processing program: type any end notes at the
end of your document. Submitted manuscripts should conform to MLA style
and should be 15-25 pages in length.
Mail submissions to:
Editor, The CEA Critic
Chester, PA 19013
The current issue features articles on Toni Morrison, Maxine Hong
Kingston, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Lawrence Sterne, Bernard
Malamud, and Bram Stoker.
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Received on Sat Mar 08 2003 - 02:47:52 EST