Based on the principle that the ability to develop and support a thesis persuasively is of utmost importance for beginning writers, WRITING WITH A THESIS: A RHETORIC AND READER, 12th Edition, dispenses clear and practical writing advice. Sarah Skwire skillfully weaves humor into her advice and in the text's examples of good professional writingfor a uniquely useful text that remains enjoyable to read and to teach from. Best of all, the text's short, easy-to-read essays ensure that your class time will focus not on what the readings mean, but on what they mean for your students' writing. Available with InfoTrac Student Collections http://gocengage.com/infotrac.
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Table of Contents
1. THE PERSUASIVE PRINCIPLE. 2. NARRATION. 3. DESCRIPTION. 4. EXAMPLES. 5. PROCESS. 6. COMPARISON AND CONTRAST. 7. CAUSE AND EFFECT. 8. DIVISION AND CLASSIFICATION. 9. DEFINITION. 10. ARGUMENTATION.