Texts and Contexts: A Contemporary Approach to College Writing
Wadsworth Publishing Company, 1991 - English language - 412 pages
It is assumed in this text that if inexperienced writers are to learn to write essays, they must begin as soon as possible. The part of the writing process most central to their learning is the one involving the shaping of the text.
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THE WRITING PROCESS
Analyzing and Evaluating Your Information
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