Dialogues: An Argument Rhetoric and Reader
Gary Goshgarian, Kathleen Krueger, Janet Barnett-Minc
Longman, Jul 1, 2002 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 726 pages
Divided into two parts, this fourth edition focuses on argument as meaningful dialogue, that is, the exchange of opinions and ideas. It represents argument as a process of dialogue and deliberation among people with diverse values and perspectives. It contains instruction on analyzing and developing arguments and offers a collection of essays.
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PARI ONE Strategies for Reading and Writing Arguments
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