Writing Prose: Techniques and Purposes, Canadian Edition

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Writing Prose is designed to acquaint students with the techniques of good prose through a range of writing samples including classics, such as Swift's 'A Modest Proposal', as well as contemporary essays by lesser-known authors. Ranging in length from short paragraphs to complete essays, the readings are grouped according to traditional rhetorical categories-exposition, argument, description, and narration, along with definition, persuasion, and 'writing about writing'.

Writing Prose: Techniques and Purposes, Canadian Edition 2003, Oxford University Press, Canada

ISBN-13: 9780195412871

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