For class we are reading the rough drafts of each other’s lit reviews. Amanda and I are both writing on voice, so I’m reading her rough draft and offering feedback. I’m also gonna check out her sources, because they look really helpful.
Elbow: calls for an “audible, dramatic, distinctive, and authoritative” voice which fits social-constructionist philosophy in “Voice as a Lighning Rod for Dangerous Thinking” (5)
Elbow in Intro to Landmark Essays: “we write best if we learn to ove flexibly back and forth between on the one hand using and celebrating something we feel as our ownvoice, and on the other hand operating as though we are nothing but ventriloquists playfully using and adapting and working against an array of voices we find around us” (47).
Check out these sources:
Deborah Brandt “The Politics of the Personal: Storying Our Lives Against the Grain”
Bartholomae, David. “Writing with Teachers: A Conversation with Peter Elbow.” College Composition and Communication 46.1 (1996): 62-71.
Cerry, Roger D. “Ethos Versus Persona: Self-Representation in Written Discourse.” Landmark Essays on Voice and Writing. Ed. Peter Elbow. Davis, CA: Hermagoras, 1994. p-p?
Elbow, Peter. “Voice as a Lightning Rod for Dangerous Thinking.” 46th Annual Meeting CCCC. Washington, DC 23-25 March 1995.
Gere, Anne Ruggles. “Revealing Silence: Rethinking Personal Writing.” College Composition and Communication 53.2 (2001): 203-217.
O’Leary, Maureen. “A Voice of One’s Own: Born, Achieved, or Thrust Upon?” 44th Annual Meeting CCCC San Diego, March 31-April 3, 1993.
Palacas, Arthur L. “Parentheticals and Personal Voice.” Landmark Essays on Voice and Writing. Ed. Peter Elbow. Davis, CA: Hermagoras, 1994. 121-137.
Sommers, Nancy. “I Stand Here Writing.” College English 55.3 (1993): 420-488.