Aims of Argument: Text and Reader, 2003 MLA Update
Provides an introduction to argumentation with coverage of the aims, or purposes, of argument: to inquire, to convince, to persuade, and to mediate. This work focuses on aims to provide rhetorical context that helps students write, as well as read, arguments. It reflects the format of the Modern Language Association documentation style.
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