The essays by Mr. Sherman, Professor Nye, and Mrs. Laird were written especially for Book V. All the other essays have been short-ened to meet the special needs of students who might be using Book V as their first introduction to composition in English.
The editors wish to thank the following for permission to print adapted material in this text:
The American Quarlerly, Philadelphia, for permission to print an adapta-tion from “Aesthetics of the Skyscraper” by Peter Buitenhuis, pp. 316-324, vol. IX, no. 3, Fall, 1957.
Angus and Robertson, Ltd., Sydney, Australia, for permission to print an edited excerpt from The Pronuncialion of English in Australia by A. G. Mitchell and Arthur Delbridge, copyright 1965 by Angus and Robertson and the authors.
The British Broadcasting Corporation and the Voice of America, for permission to print an adapted excerpt from A Common Language, a conversaron between Randolph Quirk and Albert Marckwardt, joint copyright 1964.
The author and editor of Forum, Voice of America, United States Information Agency, Washington, D.C., for permission to produce an adapted versión of Robert Havighurst’s lecture from the Voice of America’s Forum Lecture Series, based on Dr. Havighurst’s arricie, “The Broad Purposes of American Education” in Talks on American Educa-tion, Teacher’s College Press, New York, copyright 1962 by Teachers College of Columbia University.
Harper and Row, Publishers, New York, for permission to print an adaptation from pp. 121-122, “The American and the Automobile,” in The Big Change by Frederick Lewis Alien, copyright 1952 by Frederick Lewis Alien.
Harold Matson Company, Inc., New York, for permission to print an adapted versión of “The Five Cañadas” by Morley Callaghan, copyright 1950 by Morley Callaghan.
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