The Writer's Harbrace Handbook, Brief Edition
One of the best-selling handbooks on the market today and the ONLY brief handbook grounded from start to finish in the rhetorical situation, THE WRITER'S HARBRACE HANDBOOK, BRIEF EDITION, Third Edition not only helps students with the technical aspects of crafting a well-developed essay, but also gives them the strategies to consciously make rhetorical choices about their writing based on audience, purpose, and context. Now adding even more coverage of the rhetorical situation, this Third Edition includes boxed features that highlight the student's options for choices in style, punctuation, usage, and diction. The compact, spiralbound, and tabbed format helps students access essential information quickly and easily.
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THE RHETORICAL SITUATION
PLANNING AND DRAFTING ESSAYS
REVISING AND EDITING ESSAYS
FINDING SOURCES IN PRINT ONLINE AND IN THE FIELD
SUBORDINATION AND COORDINATION
EVALUATING PRINT AND ONLINE SOURCES
USING SOURCES EFFECTIVELY AND RESPONSIBLY
WRITING TO INTERPRET LITERATURE
WRITING IN THE SOCIAL SCIENCES
WRITING IN THE NATURAL SCIENCES
WRITING IN BUSINESS
PHRASES AND CLAUSES IN SENTENCES
COMMA SPLICES AND FUSED SENTENCES
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