Readings for Writers

ISBN-10: 0838405460
ISBN-13: 9780838405468
Edition: 11th 2004
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Description: This best-selling rhetorical reader includes both essays and fiction and now offers a new chapter on combining the patterns of development, coverage of visual rhetoric, and more on the reading and writing process.

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Book details

List price: $96.95
Edition: 11th
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Cengage Heinle
Publication date: 7/4/2003
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 800
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.00" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 2.552
Language: English

This best-selling rhetorical reader includes both essays and fiction and now offers a new chapter on combining the patterns of development, coverage of visual rhetoric, and more on the reading and writing process.

Reading and Writing
Introduction to Part I from Reading to Writing
Guidelines For Critical Reading
*Reading: The Doorway to Writing
Louis L''Amour, from Education of a Wandering Man
What is Rhetoric? Editors'' Counsel
Advice
What--and How--to Write When You Have No Time to Write
I Have a Dream
Letter to the Rev. J. Page Hopps
Have a Cigar
*Real Life Student Writing: E-mail from Samoa
What is a Writer''s Voice? Editors'' Counsel
Text box: Why did the chicken cross the road? Some voices
Advice
How to Say Nothing in Five Hundred Words
Tone: The Writer''s Voice in the Reader''s Mind
The Politics of Housework
Remarks on the Life of Sacco and on His Own Life and Execution
Salvation. *Anthony C. Winkler, When Becky Left Home
*Real Life Student Writing: A thank-you note written to an aunt
What Is A Thesis? Editors'' Counsel
Advice
The Thesis
The Grieving Never Ends
Who is Man?
A Good Man Is Hard to Find. Edna St. Vincent Millay, Spring
*Real Life Student Writing: A eulogy to a friend killed in a car wreck
How Do I Organize? Editors''Counsel
Advice. Edward T. Thompson, How to Write Clearly
My Wood
Rules for Aging
The Catbird Seat
William Shakespeare, That Time of Year (Sonnet)
*Real Life Student Writing: Note from a grad student to a department secretary
Developing Paragraphs
Editors'' Counsel
Advice
Writing Successful Paragraphs
Paragraphs with the Topic Sentence at the Beginning
From The Lessons of the Past
Painc
Chief Joseph of the Nez PercT, I Am Tired of Fighting (Surrender Speech)
Paragraphs with the Topic Sentence at the End
Man against Darkness
What Is a Poet?
On Disease
The Flood
*Real Life Student Writing: Letter of application to a honors program
Patterns Of Development
Narration
Editors'' Counsel
What Narration Does
When to Use Narration
How to Write a Narration
Warming up to write a narration
Shooting an Elephant
My Name Is Margaret
Shame
The Odour of Cheese
Those Winter Sundays
Issue for Critical Thinking and Debate: Terrorism
It''s America''s Good Fortune That They Have a President Willing to Declare War on Terror
America and Anti-Americans
Student Corner
Glendale Community College, The Right Moves Against Terrorism
How I Write / How I Wrote This Essay/ My Writing Tip
Description
Editors'' Counsel
What Description Does
When to Use Description
How to Write a Description
Warming up to write a description
The Libido for the Ugly
Hell
A Worn Path
Pigeon Woman
Issue for Critical Thinking and Debate: Spanking Children
The Need for Spanking
Children Don''t Need to be Spanked to Learn a Lesson
Student Corner
SUNY at Oswego, Spanking: So What is the Fuss About? 9
Process Analysis
Editors'' Counsel
What Process Analysis Does
When to Use Process Analysis
How to Write a Process Analysis
Warming up to write a process analysis
How to Buy a New Car
Hunting Octopus in the Gilbert Islands
Hitler''s Workday
How to Be an Army
Issue for Critical Thinking and Debate: Ageism
Painting: Henry Koerner, My Parents
The View from Eighty
Stay Young
Student Corner
Kimberly Caitlin Wheeler, Yale University, Aging
Illustration / Exemplification
Editors'' Counsel
What Illustration / Exemplification Does

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