Connections, Contexts, and Possibilities

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Prentice Hall, Jul 1, 2000 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 334 pages
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The most expansive developmental composition text available today. Filled with practical guidelines for improving reading ability, this volume focuses on the issues of the writer's purpose and addresses the technical matters of grammar and usage. Grammatical issues covered include paragraph purpose, structure and effectiveness; classic and organic essay structure; the five major kinds of essay and rhetorical modes. The text also features multicultural essays, stories and poems. For those interested in developing and intensifying their thinking and reading abilities.

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Contents

ParagraphsWhat Makes Them Successful?
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Comparison and Contrast
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Definition
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Copyright

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