Patterns for a purpose: a rhetorical reader

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McGraw-Hill, 1999 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 704 pages
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This rhetorically organized reader presents the patterns of development in the most realistic way--as a means of fulfilling the writer's purpose, not as ends in themselves, and with argumentation-persuasion treated as a purpose for writing as well as a pattern.

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Contents

Ordering Ideas
21
Drafting
32
Revising the Draft
44
Copyright

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About the author (1999)

Barbara Fine Clouse is a frequent conference presenter and seasoned writing instructor who has taught all levels of college composition, first at Youngstown State University in northeastern Ohio and then at Slippery Rock University in western Pennsylvania. In addition to this new edition of THE STUDENT WRITER: Editor and Critic, Barbara has written a number of composition texts for McGraw-Hill, including WRITING: FROM INNER TO OUTER WORLD, PATTERNS FOR A PURPOSE: A Rhetorical Reader, JUMPSTART! A Workbook for Writers WORKING IT OUT: A Troubleshooting Guide for Writers, a short prose reader for developmental students, which is avialable on Primis, McGraw's electronic database. Barbara's publications also include the fourth edition of PROGRESSIONS for Allyn & Bacon.