A Meeting of the Minds: A Brief Rhetoric for Writers and Readers
Longman Publishing, Nov 1, 2003 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 561 pages
This book shows would-be writers (and serious readers) how to open up a dialogue between writer and audience. The book includes coverage of how to write for college (academic) purposes, as well as how to write for the job, or in service to the community. Rhetoric, writing, reading, writing practice. English courses; English composition courses; all potential writers.
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