Short Takes: Model Essays for Composition
This lively collection of short, readable essays provides readily accessible models of the various thetorical modes, including argument. Representing a mix of ages, genders, and cultures, the readings illustrate primary and secondary patterns of exposition through a variety of familiar, interesting topics while the extensive apparatus promotes an understanding of the choices writers make.
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The Mute Sense Diane Ackerman
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