Point Counterpoint: Eight Cases for Composition
Harcourt Brace Jovanovich College Publishers, Jan 1, 1993 - Reference - 583 pages
The purpose and scope of Point Counterpoint: Eight Cases for Composition has not changed:To act as an inspiration and raw material for papers in which students discuss others' ideas. With 90 essays sandwiched between two handbook chapters, one may discover this may be the only book needed for a first or second semester writing course. The essays are grouped thematically between eight self-contained chapters, with each having its own short introduction and list of suggestions for writing. Whether the instructor has the students writing full-blown research papers or more informal compariosn/contrast essays, this book will help get them writing and thinking.
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