How to write themes, term papers, and college autobiographies
Barron's Educational Series, Jun 1, 1971 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 141 pages
A new chapter shows you how to prepare themes for complex or specialized subjects, such as business or science. Practical advice directs you toward selecting a topic, developing your concept, and styling your paper according to accepted academic standards. Spelling, punctuation and grammar reviews help you master the fine details of writing a paper Book jacket.
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The Descripive Theme
The Expository Theme
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