Fact and Artifact: Writing Nonfiction

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Prentice Hall, Dec 1, 1993 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 343 pages
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Focuses on the kinds of nonfiction writing that real writers do: writing about people, places, performace, how-to, science, humor, controversy. It treats readers as pre- professional writers who care about style, who are willing to revise their work, and who intend their work to reach a wider audience.

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Contents

CHAPTER
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Checklist for Writing in Context
17
Discourse Communities
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Copyright

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