|PART ONE The Principles of Good Reading and Writing||1||(92)|
|PART TWO Methods of Development||93||(296)|
|PART THREE Special Writing||389||(48)|
|PART FOUR Research||437||(82)|
|PART FIVE Style||519||(46)|
|PART SIX Handbook and Glossary||565||(2)|
|Glossary of Problem Words||642|
Students Book of College English: Rhetoric, Reading, Handbook / Edition 8by David Skwire, Harvey S. Wiener, Wiener
Pub. Date: 07/14/1998
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Inc.
For anyone who writes or wants to learn to write, this book is ideal. Offering the important principles for good writing, the book provides the direction and control needed to write that dramatic first sentence, create fresh insights, and choose the perfect word. And with some effort and time, readers will undoubtedly see a marked improvement in their writing. As a comprehensive rhetoric-reader-handbook, this book offers a complete course in writing in one volume. The rhetoric section covers the entire writing process from prewriting to final revision. The many reading selections, both professional and student, provide realistic models for successful writing through stories, essays and poems. Also included are three chapters on style and diction, a chapter on writing about literature, and two chapters on research and the research paper. There is also thorough coverage of grammar, punctuation, spelling, and mechanics, followed by a glossary of words. Anyone who wants to improve their writing.
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