Patterns of Reflection: A Reader
Allyn and Bacon, 1997 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 495 pages
Featuring seventy-two brief selections, this accessible compilation features a dual organization with readings that illustrate a specific rhetorical pattern while exploring the chapter's theme. Selections range from professional essays to annotated student essays, short stories, and poems. The text also includes full-color fine art as well as advertisements and photographs. Helps readers to write better. Writing process instruction, thematic reading selections. Anyone who would like to write better.
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