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Patterns for college writing : a rhetorical reader and guide

Author: Laurie G Kirszner; Stephen R Mandell
Publisher: Boston, Mass. : Bedford/St. Martin's, 2010.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 11th ed., Instructor's edView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Laurie G Kirszner; Stephen R Mandell
ISBN: 9780312537593 031253759X 9780312601522 0312601522
OCLC Number: 690626732
Description: 819 : ill. ; 25 cm. + instructor's resources.
Contents: Set contains resources for instructors to accompany patterns for college writing, easy writer, easy writer exercises. "What's in a name?" / Henry Louis Gates, Jr. --
Only daughter / Sandra Cisneros --
Sixty-nine cents / Gary Shteyngart --
Finishing school / Maya Angelou --
My mother never worked / Bonnie Smith-Yackel --
Thirty-eight who saw murder, didn't call police / Martin Gansberg --
Shooting an elephant / George Orwell --
Indian education (fiction) / Sherman Alexie --
Panacea / Dorothy Allison --
Ground zero / Suzanne Berne --
Words left unspoken / Leah Hager Cohen --
The hidden life of garbage / Heather Rogers --
Once more to the lake / E.B. White --
The storm (fiction) / Kate Chopin --
The Peter principle / Laurence J. Peter and Raymond Hull --
The catbird seat / David J. Birnbaum --
Why marriage is good for you / Maggie Gallagher --
Just Walk on by: a Black man ponders his power to alter public space --
Fatwa City / Cullen Murphy --
The human cost of an illiterate society / Jonathan Kozol --
Samuel (fiction) / Grace Paley --
My first conk / Malcolm X --
Getting coffee is hard to do / Stanley fish --
How to escape from a bad date / Joshua Piven, David Borgenicht, and Jennifer Worick --
Get it right: privatized executions / Arthur Miller --
The embalming of Mr. Jones / Jessica Mitford --
The lottery (fiction) / Shirley Jackson --
Who killed Benny Paret? / Norman Cousins --
The "Black table" is still there / Lawrence Otis Graham --
Guns and grief / Lillian B. Rubin --
A peaceful woman explains why she carries a gun / Linda M. Hasselstrom --
The power of words in wartime / Robin Tolmach Lakoff --
Earth without people / Alan Weisman --
Suicide note (poetry) / Janie Mirikitani. Grant and Lee: a study in contrasts / Bruce Catton --
Two ways to belong in America / Bharati Mukherjee --
I'm your teacher, not your Internet-service provider / Ellen Laird --
Swollen expectations / John De Graaf, David Wann, and Thomas H. Naylor --
Friending, ancient or otherwise / Alex Wright --
Sex, lies, and conversation / Deborah Tannen --
Sadie and Maud (poetry) / Gwendolyn Brooks --
College pressures / William Zinsser --
The dog ate my disk, and other tales of woe / Carolyn Foster Segal --
Mother tongue / Amy Tan --
The ways we lie / Stephanie Ericsson --
There's no place to hide / Jonathan Koppell --
Five ways to kill a man (poetry) / Edwin Brock --
I want a wife / Judy Brady --
Tortillas / José Antonio Burciaga --
The wife-beater / Gayle Rosenwald Smith --
Fame-iness / Meghan Daum --
Black and Latino / Roberto Santiago --
What work is (poetry) / Philip Levine - The Declaration of Independence / Thomas Jefferson --
Declaration of Sentiments and Resolutions / Elizabeth Cady Stanton --
Letter from a Birmingham jail / Martin Luther King Jr. --
Calling nooses what they are - terrorism / George Curry --
Ignore the noose makers / Ellis Cose --
The time to act is now / Al Gore --
Global warming delusions / Daniel B. Botkin --
The case for Wal-Mart / Karen De Coster and Brad Edmonds --
Down and out in discount America / Liza Featherstone --
American dreams, foreign flags / Linda Chavez --
Statement in support of comprehensive immigration reform / Dianne Feinstein --
Why Americans hate this "immigration" debate / Herbert Meyer --
To reunite a nation / Patrick Buchanan --
The case for torture / Michael Levin --
The case for torture warrants / Alan M. Dershowitz --
How much torture is ok? / Cathy Young --
Torture's terrible toll / John McCain --
On dumpster diving / Lars Eighner --
The myth of the Latin woman: I just met a girl named Maria / Judith Oritz Cofer --
Inked well / David Kirby --
A modest proposal / Jonathan Swift.
Responsibility: Laurie G. Kirszner, Stephen R. Mandell.

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