A Brief Guide to Writing from Readings
"A Brief Guide to Writing from Readings teaches readers to write the most common college-level papers: source-based essays that summarize, analyze, critique, and synthesize." This guide teaches how to read critically, quote and paraphrase material, summarize, respond to, critique, and synthesize readings, avoid plagiarism, document essays, and keep a writing journal. A Brief Guide is a valuable teaching and reference tool that students of many disciplines will find useful for both class work and for independent use." For anyone who needs to write at the college level.
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