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Part of the Longman Topics reader series, Writing Places encourages students to examine the locations that define their past, present and future. As students begin to think critically and to write about these places, they realize that location is an enormous part of identity — both personally and academically.
Table of contents
Chapter 1. Where Are We From?
“Mom and the Kitchen” by Kimberly Wheaton
“A History in Concrete” by Blaine Harden
“On Being from Fargo” by Tim Lindgren
“The Ship-Shape” by David Sedaris
“The Coffee Shop” by Andrea Casassa
“Say yah to da U.P., eh?” by Kathryn Carey
“Where I’m From” by Felicia Madlock
“The Most Radical Thing You Can Do” by Rebecca Solnit
Chapter 2. Where Are We?
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