Writing wisely and well
This mainstream rhetoric reader combines process theory writing instruction with examples of professional and student writing. The text is organized rhetorically, by purpose, and includes many innovative features for instruction, drafting, revising, graphics, and writing assignments. Research is divided into two parts: informal at first, then more formal research (Ch. 5), and the more formal documented paper is covered later (Ch. 12).
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MAKING YOUR POINT CONCRETELY
Creating Unifying Images
DISCOVERING A UNIFYING POINT
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