Writing Arguments: A Rhetoric with Readings

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Pearson/Longman, 2006 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 758 pages
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The market-leading guide to arguments,Writing Argumentshas proven highly successful in teaching readers to read arguments critically and to produce effective arguments of their own. Teaches readers to write better arguments. How to write arguments; how to do research for arguments; an anthology of argumentative readings. Anyone interested in writing better arguments.

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Review: Writing Arguments: A Rhetoric with Readings

User Review  - Julie Platt - Goodreads

Used in my writing 2010 class, a good guide for rhetorical writing and a thorough breakdown of writing dynamics. Also a helpful MLA/ALA guide in the back. I keep it around. Read full review

Review: Writing Arguments: A Rhetoric with Readings

User Review  - Goodreads

Helpful in its simplicity but often over-simplistic to an extent that it was hard to fully trust as authoritative. Read full review

Contents

Color Plates
xxxv
Ethos Pathos
xxxviii
Acknowledgments
xlvi
Copyright

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About the author (2006)

JOHN C. BEAN is professor of English at Seattle University, where he directs the writing program and chairs the Task Force on Teaching and Learning. He is coauthor (with John D. Ramage) of Writing Arguments (3rd ed., 1995) and Form and Surprise in Composition (1986).

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