Best-selling rhetorically-organized reader on the market. Separate chapters on the reading and writing process. Extensive pedagogy, including detailed introductions to each rhetorical pattern, more exercises and assignments than other readers, "before" and "after" student essays illustrating each mode. Extensive treatment on blending the rhetorical patterns. New: 1/5 of the selections; revised argumentation - persuasion chapter; more on blending patterns; more activities to help with prewriting and revising; more "paired" writing assignments, updated documentation chapter.
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Widely admired for its superior teaching apparatus and thought-provoking readings, The Macmillan Reader, 4/e remains the most successful rhetorically arranged freshman composition reader available. The anthology presents 58 essays organized around nine rhetorical patterns of development.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 1993. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 3rd. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0023858826
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