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Key Benefit: This book offers engaging instruction in rhetoric and composition, a flexible sequence of comprehensive writing assignments, numerous examples of writing, and thorough guides to research and editing. Key Topics: Emphasizes writing as a problem-posing, problem-solving process of inquiry. Written in a friendly, encouraging tone reminiscent of Ramage and Bean's best-selling argument text, Writing Arguments. It offers balanced coverage of academic writing and personal and narrative forms and provides readers with a continuum for understanding differences between academic, thesis-driven, closed-form writing and personal, open-form writing. Accessible readings throughout clearly illustrate rhetorical principles and represent a balance between professional and student writers. Market: For professionals wishing to improve their writing skills.
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