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Subject and strategy : a rhetoric reader

Author: Paul A Eschholz; Alfred F Rosa
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, ©1985.
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Genre/Form: Problems and exercises
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Paul A Eschholz; Alfred F Rosa
ISBN: 0312774699 9780312774691
OCLC Number: 12108336
Description: xxviii, 611 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: Introduction --
Reading as a Writer- Using Reading in the Writing Process --
Case Study: A Student Paper in Process. “Secular Mantras” /Keith Eldred - - Narration --
What is Narration? --
Why Do Writers Use Narration? --
What to Look for in Reading a Narrative Essay --
Writing a Narrative Essay--
Trailcheck / James C. Tasse --
Sunday Morning / Maya Angelou - - A Crime of Compassion / Barbara Huttman - - Lincoln at Gettysburg / Philip B. Kunhardt Jr. - - Once More to the Lake / E.B White- - Writing suggestions for narration. --
Description --
What is Description? --
Why Do writers Use Description? --
What to Look for in a Reading Description --
Writing a Descriptive Essay --
The 7:56 Express / William Gleason - - The Barrio / Robert Ramirez- - Ode to Thanksgiving / Michael J. Arelen- - My Father, the Prince / Phyllis Theroux- - Graceland / Albert Goldman- - Writing Suggestions for Description --
Illustration --
What is Illustration? --
Why Do Writers Use Illustration? --
What to Look for in Reading an Essay of Illustration --
Writing an Essay Using Illustration --
F.F.W.R. / Jennifer Orr- - Elvira’s Story / Flora Mancuso Edwards- - Days of Valor: Fighting the Wild / Joanna L. Stratton- - Life in the Fishbowl / Noel Perrin- - New York / Gay Talese- - Writing suggestions for Illustration --
Process Analysis --
What is Process Analysis? --
Why Do Writers Use Process Analysis? --
What to Look for in Reading a Process Analysis --
Writing a Process Analysis Essay --
Going on a Manhunt / Catherine Sweeny- - How to Make a Terrarium / Nancy Bubel- - How to Land the Job you want / Davidyne Mayleas- - A delicate Operation / Roy C. Selby, Jr. - - The Spider and the Wasp / Alexander Petrunkevitch- - Writing suggestions for Process Analysis --
Comparison and Contrast --
What are Comparison and Contrast? --
Why do Writers Use Comparison and Contrast? --
What to Look for in Reading an Essay of Comparison and Contrast --
Writing an Essay of Comparison and Contrast --
Guns and Cameras / Barbara Bowman- - Grant and Lee: A Study in Contrasts / Bruce Catton- - Female Athletes: They’ve Come a Long Way, Baby / P.S. Wood- - Workers / Richard Rodriguez- - The Voices of Time / Edward T. Hall - - Writing Suggestions for Comparison and Contrast --
Analogy --
What is Analogy? --
Why Do Writers Use Analogy? --
What to Look for in Reading an Analogy --
Writing an Essay of Analogy --
The Ducks on Corrigan’s Pond / Hesterly McAuliffe- - Kill ‘Em! Crush ‘Em! Eat ‘Em Raw! / John McMurtry- - The Cosmic Calendar / Carl Sagan- - The Spider’s Task / John Crompton- - Psychological Traps /Jeffery Z. Rubin- - Writing Suggestions for Analogy --
Division and Classification --
What Are Division and Classification? --
Why Do Writers Use Division and Classification? --
What to Look for in Reading an Essay of Division and Classification --
Writing an Essay of Division and Classification --
Much Ado About Cooking / Lisa Talbot- - Four Types of President / James David Barber- - The Plot Against People / Russel Baker - - Weasel Words: God’s Little Helpers / Paul Stevens- - College Pressures / William Zinsser- - Writing Suggestions for Division and Classification --
Definition --
What is Definition? --
Why Do Writers Use Definition? --
What to Look for in Reading an Extended Definition --
Writing an Essay Of Extended Definition --
Best Friends / Howard Solomon Jr. - - What is Stress? / Hans Selye - - What is Poverty? / Jo Goodwin Parker- - I Want a Wife / Judy Syfers- - On Self- Respect / Joan Didion- - Writing Suggestions for Definition --
Cause and Effect Analysis --
What is Cause and Effect Analysis? --
Why Do Writers Use Cause and Effect Analysis? --
What to Look for in Reading a Cause and Effect Analysis --
Writing a Cause and Effect Analysis --
Gentrification / Kevin Cunnungham- - Old and Female: an Economic View / Susan Jacoby- - Television and Family Life / Marie Winn- - Who Killed the Bog Men of Denmark? And Why? / Maurice Shadbolt- - Phyletic Size Decrease in Hershey Bars / Stephen Jay Gould- - Writing Suggestions for Cause and Effect Analysis --
Argument --
What is Argument? --
Why Do Writers Use Argument?--
What to Look for in Reading and Argumentative Essay --
Writing an Argumentative Essay --
Environmental Education: Toward an Ethic of Stewardship / Don Wynns --
Let “em Eat Leftovers / Mike McGrady --
A Modest Proposal / Jonathan Swift --
In Defense of Hunting / John C. Dunlap --
Electric Bullies / Lois Timnick --
The Nuclear Faithful / Vince Taylor- - Politics and the English Language / George Orwell --
Writing Suggestions for Argument --
For Further Reading: On Equality --
The Declaration of Independence / Thomas Jefferson --
The Equality Dilemma: Fair Play or Fair Shares / William Ryan --
The Back of the Bus / Mary Elizabeth Mebane --
Letter from Birmingham Jail / Martin Luther King Jr. --
No Special Service- Just a Little Equality, Please / Susan Jacoby --
Harrison Bergeron / Kurt Vonnegut Jr. --
Five Writer on Writing --
On Keeping a Journal / Roy Hoffman --
The Qualities of Good Writing / Jacqueline Berke --
Telling Truths / Ken Macrorie --
Notes on Punctuation / Lewis Thomas --
The Maker’s Eye: Revising your own Manuscripts / Donald M. Murray --
Glossary of Rhetorical Terms
Responsibility: editors, Paul Eschholz, Alfred Rosa.

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