From Sight to Insight: The Writing Process
Harcourt Brace College Publishers, Sep 1, 1998 - English language - 494 pages
Emphasizing the process of putting words to the page, this rhetoric text is organized around eight writing projects that are, in turn, divided into manageable activities: exploring the subject, identifying the audience, discovering form, drafting, revising and editing. Electronic research is discussed and integrated throughout the text, and both professional and student essays are included.
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