Part I: WRITING AND THE RHETORICAL SITUATION. 1. Reading, Writing, and the Rhetorical Situation. 2. Planning and Drafting Essays. 3. Revising and Editing Essays. 4. Managing Academic Writing. 5. Online Writing. 6. Composing with Visuals. 7. Writing Arguments. Part II: RESEARCH. 8. Finding Sources Online, in Print, and in the Field. 9. Evaluating Print and Online Sources. 10. Using Sources Effectively and Responsibly. Part III: DISCIPLINES AND DOCUMENTATION STYLES. 11. Writing about Literature. 12. MLA Documentation. 13. Writing in the Social Sciences. 14. APA Documentation. 15. Writing in the Humanities. 16. CMS Documentation. 17. Writing in the Natural Sciences. 18. CSE Documentation. 19. Writing in Business. Part IV: GRAMMAR. 20. Sentence Essentials. 21. Phrases and Clauses in Sentences. 22. Sentence Fragments. 23. Comma Splices and Fused Sentences. 24. Verbs. 25. Pronouns. 26. Modifiers. Part V: EFFECTIVE SENTENCES. 27. Sentence Unity. 28. Subordination and Coordination. 29. Parallelism. 30. Emphasis. 31. Variety. Part VI: EFFECTIVE LANGUAGE. 32. Good Usage. 33. Precise Word Choice. 34. Conciseness. Part VII: PUNCTUATION. 35. The Comma. 36. The Semicolon and Colon. 37. The Apostrophe. 38. Quotation Marks. 39. The Period and Other Punctuation Marks. Part VIII: MECHANICS. 40. Spelling, the Spell Checker, and Hyphenation. 41. Capitals. 42. Italics. 43. Abbreviations, Acronyms, and Numbers. Part IX: ADVICE FOR MULTILINGUAL WRITERS. 44. Determiners, Nouns, and Adjectives. 45. Verbs and Verb Forms. 46. Word Order. Glossary of Usage. Glossary of Terms.
The Writer's Harbrace Handbook / Edition 3by Cheryl Glenn, Loretta Gray
Pub. Date: 02/14/2006
Publisher: Cengage Learning
Providing a reliable standard for writing students and teachers, this text is based on the Harbrace Handbook of English (1941)the perennial college grammar and writing guide that grew from a systematic analysis of errors in some 20,000 college papers. In addition to a cleaner and clearer design, the second edition offers new emphasis on the rhetorical situation; revamped chapters on drafting and revising essays, e-designing, and writing arguments; new chapters on e-writing and evaluating online and print sources; coverage of writing for academic discourse, social and natural sciences, and business; and expanded style guides for researched writing. Annotation ©2003 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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