From Reading to Writing: A Rhetoric and Reader

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Prentice-Hall Allyn & Bacon Canada, 1999 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 296 pages
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Appropriate for first-year composition courses at colleges and universities.

In its second edition, this text has been extensively revised and focused on its demonstrated strength: showing how good writing arises out of good reading.Part Ideals with the reading and writing process;Part IIconstitutes an anthology of readings. In the process chapters students are led step-by-step through a reading occasion, and are encouraged to read actively. The next step is the writing occasion where the students use their written responses to the readings as their raw material.

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The Relationship Between Reading and Writing
Northrop Frye on Spiritual Bankruptcy
The Writing Occasion

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