Reading Literature and Writing Argument

ISBN-10: 0132248840
ISBN-13: 9780132248846
Edition: 3rd 2008
List price: $90.20
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Description: Based on the premise that literature liberates thinking, and argument disciplines it. This anthology features a critical thinking, analytical approach that readers in turn will apply to their own thought and writing processes. It introduces and  More...

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Book details

List price: $90.20
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 2/20/2007
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 800
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.00" long x 1.75" tall
Weight: 2.134
Language: English

Based on the premise that literature liberates thinking, and argument disciplines it. This anthology features a critical thinking, analytical approach that readers in turn will apply to their own thought and writing processes. It introduces and explains the tools of argument, and presents reading selections centered on four enduring themes Individuality and Community, Nature and Place, Family and Identity, and Power and Responsibility. For those interested in literature, composition, and argumentative writing.

Reading To Explore, Analyze, and Evaluate
Explore
Analyze:Argument Structure
Claims
ldquo;Truer to the Gamerdquo;
ldquo;Cold Before Dawnrdquo;
ldquo;In a Station of the Metrordquo;
ldquo;Londonrdquo;
Evidence
Warrents Evaluate:AudienceAppeal and Tone
Pathos
ldquo;Federicos Ghostrdquo;
Logos
ldquo;Sonnet 18rdquo;
Ethos
ldquo;Sonnet 130rdquo;
ldquo;Girlrdquo;
Rogerian Argument Structure
ldquo;for deLawdrdquo;
ldquo;New Worldrdquo;
Chapter Activities
ldquo;Those Winter Sundaysrdquo;
ldquo;Dulce Et Decorum Estrdquo;
Visual Argument
ldquo;A Short History of Americardquo;
"All Over Coffee"
Examining Thinking and Shaping an Argument
Examine Thinking
Inductive Reasoning
The Fallacy of Hasty Generalization
RromRomeo and Juliet <P style="Margin:

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