Decker's Patterns of Exposition 15

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Randall E. Decker, Robert A. Schwegler
Longman, 1997 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 623 pages
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Decker's Patterns of Exposition is a modern classic an accessible collection of quality essays which aptly illustrate the rhetorical modes and reflect the diversity of our culture, and the changes and challenges of our times. Practical, concise writing apparatus includes chapter openers that introduce each rhetorical mode. An emphasis on critical reading and writing is demonstrated through the "Ways of Writing" section and an all new section, "Becoming a Critical Reader." Within chapters, some essays have been grouped into thematic clusters on provocative topics to show how writers use multiple patterns to address the same theme.

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Contents

Ways of Writing
1
Politics and Leaders
15
Becoming a Critical Reader
43
Copyright

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About the author (1997)

Robert Schwegler is Professor of English at the University of Rhode Island.

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