The Bedford Guide for College Writers with Reader, Research Manual, and Handbook

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Macmillan, Jan 6, 2011 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1056 pages
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With its process-oriented rhetoric, provocative thematic reader, up-to-date research manual, and comprehensive handbook, The Bedford Guide for College Writers gives your students the tools they need to succeed as writers -- all in one book. Each of the book's four main components has been carefully developed to provide an engaging, well-coordinated guide for student writers. This edition's new, more open design and sharper focus on active learning do even more to help students develop transferable skills. The Bedford Guide for College Writers prepares students to be the confident, resourceful, and independent writers they will need to be.
 

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Contents

How to Use The Bedford Guide for College Writers
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A WRITERS GUIDE
1
A WRITERS READER
493
A WRITERS RESEARCH MANUAL
643
A WRITERS HANDBOOK
777
APPENDICES AND OTHER RESOURCES
1
A Glossary of Troublemakers
56
Answers for Lettered Exercises
63
Index
73
PROOFREADING SYMBOLS
90
CORRECTION SYMBOLS
91
A GUIDE TO THE HANDBOOK
92
LOCATOR GUIDE Active Learning and Transferable Skills
94
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X.J. KENNEDY is an acclaimed poet, children's author, college teacher, and textbook author. He has taught freshman composition at the University of Michigan, the University of North Carolina, Greensboro, and Tufts University. Since 1966, more than 2 million students have treasured his introductory literature texts and The Bedford Reader, coedited with Dorothy M. Kennedy and Jane E. Aaron, now in its Ninth Edition.   DOROTHY M. KENNEDY is a writer and editor whose articles and reviews have appeared in both professional and academic journals. She has taught composition at the University of Michigan and Ohio University and, with X.J. Kennedy, is the recipient of the NCTE Teacher's Choice Award for Knock at a Star: A Child's Introduction to Poetry.
 
MARCIA F. MUTH is a teacher, writer, and editor. She has taught first-year composition at The Ohio State University and now offers writing workshops through the School of Education at the University of Colorado at Denver and Health Sciences Center. She is the author or co-author of several composition textbooks and ancillaries, including Getting the Picture, Researching and Writing, and Writing and Revising, all published by Bedford/St. Martin's. She also co-authored Harold D. Lasswell: An Annotated Bibliography.

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