Writer's Harbrace Handbook Brief Edition with Apa Update Card

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Cengage Learning, 2002 - 592 pages
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Emphasizing writing-first, The Writer's Harbrace Handbook, Brief Edition, is ideally suited for writers who want an easy reference to key principles in a compact, comb-bound and tabbed format.

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Contents

3 Context 26
2d Drafting welldeveloped paragraphs 40
2f The first draft 46
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About the author (2002)

Robert K. Miller is professor of English at the University of St. Thomas where he teaches first-year composition, advanced composition, persuasive writing, and rhetorical theory in addition to teaching writing in a multidisciplinary program. Committed to the principle that teachers of writing should write, Miller is the author of numerous books, essays, and articles.

Suzanne Strobeck Webb is currently Professor Emerita of English and Rhetoric at Texas Woman's University and has worked on six editions of the Harbrace family of handbooks. She is also author or co-author of six other composition textbooks and has published bibliographies of composition textbooks and articles on literary topics. She was a founding member of the Association of Professional Writing Consultants and served as managing editor for the Writing Program Administration Journal. She served over a span of ten years as the Director of Freshman English at Texas Woman's University and continues to be active in teaching four courses a year and directing graduate work.

Winifred Bryan Horner holds the Lillian Radford Chair of Rhetoric and Composition and is a professor of English at Texas Christian University.

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