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The Rhinehart Reader offers works that will challenge, inform, and simulate student writing. Many of the selections included are classics in the sense of being established works by many of our best writers, works that instructors have turned to as models of eloquence and power again and again. Within that standard of quality, the selections provide variety in voice and rhetorical categories. The Rhinehart Reader provides ample material on reading and the writing process, the rhetorical organization that most instructors prefer, and an excellent selection of readings that have demonstrated their value both in literature and as models of effective writing.
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Jean Wyrick is Professor Emerita of English at Colorado State University, where she was Director of Composition for 11 years. She has more than 25 years of experience teaching writing, training writing teachers, and designing writing/writing-across-the-curriculum programs. Her other textbooks include THE RINEHART READER and DISCOVERING IDEAS. She has presented over a hundred workshops and papers on the teaching of writing, American literature, American Studies, and Women's Studies.Review:
1. Why read? How Can Reading These Essays Help Me? 2. The Writing Process. 3. Narration. 4. Description. 5. Process. 6. Definition. 7. Illustration. 8. Comparison and Contrast. 9. Division and Classification. 10. Cause and Effect. 11. Persuasion and Argument.
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