Discovering ideas: an anthology for writers

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Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1986 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 375 pages
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Discovering Ideas is designed to help students find new techniques and strategies they can analyze and then incorporate into their own writing. It is also a collection of essays, stories, and poems carefully selected to help writers discover new ideas and create opinions that they want to talk and write about. By simultaneously providing models of good writing and provocative, challenging ideas, Discovering Ideas should help teachers guide their students from analytical reading to thoughtful discussions, and, ultimately, to the writing of their own insightful essays.

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