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Class Help Page for English 109C Introductory Composition  

Pacharee Sudhinaraset, Instructor
Last Updated: Feb 4, 2011 URL: http://guides.lib.washington.edu/engl109c Print Guide

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Introduction

Review the content of this class page before beginning your class assignment.

Class assignment: write a short paper on a topic related to Martin Luther King's "Letter from Birmingham jail."  Students will find secondary sources that provide context for their chosen topic.

Use MLA Style Manual to cite.

Email me if you are having difficulty understanding the information included on this page or difficulty finding resources on your topic:
Harry Murphy,
maurice@u.washington.edu .

One of the more important processes in conducting research is designing your search strategy. The following tab contains things to consider in designing your strategy.

 

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Librarians with related expertise:
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