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M. Jimmie Killingsworth. Product and Process, Literacy and Orality: An Essay on Composition and Culture.

Killingsworth, M. Jimmie. "Product and Process, Literacy and Orality: An Essay on Composition and Culture." CCC 44.1 (1993): 26-39.

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