"There is one story worth telling": An Essay for James Britton and Nancy Martin

Lofty, John S.
October 2009
English Education;Oct2009, Vol. 42 Issue 1, p29
Academic Journal
The author shares his experience of interviewing James Britton and Nancy Martin during a conference held at the University of New Hampshire in 1992. The central topic discussed by Britton and Martin revolved around the importance of talking as a tool for learning and writing language. The author mentions the educational background of interviewees. Britton finished a bachelor's degree in English literature from the University College in London, England, while Martin finished her undergraduate studies from Exeter University.


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