The Short Prose Reader
Author: Harvey Wiener, Gilbert Muller
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
The Short Prose Reader is a rhetorically organized reader that maintains the best features of the earlier editions: lively reading selections supported by helpful apparatus to integrate reading and writing in college composition and reading courses. In working through the text, the student progresses from key aspects of the writing and reading processes to chapters on the essential patterns of writing and then to more rigorous forms of analysis and argument. Each chapter provides diverse and lively prose models suited for discussion, analysis, and imitation.
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Author: Mary Lou Conlin
Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing Company
With an engaging mix of nonfiction, fiction, and student essays; tips for understanding; and clear outlines of both writing structures and processes, Patterns Plus offers everything you need to be successful in your college writing assignments.
Author: Mary Lou Conlin
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin College Division
Designed to provide students with a basic understanding of paragraph and essay writing, this rhetorically arranged reader contains paragraphs and short essays by professional and student writers alike. Patterns is organized around eight rhetorical methods, with additional chapters on fundamental writing skills and combining the modes. Each chapter offers a substantial introduction to the pattern, and extensive apparatus surrounds every selection.
Suitable for undergraduate English composition, English literature, and essay writing. The Prentice Hall Classic Short Prose Reader is a unique new anthology that offers students twenty-five of some of the best and most often taught essays. This succinct, affordable collection is a must-have for all students of English prose writing. The work of such distinguished authors as Jonathan Swift, Virginia Woolf, and George Orwell, along with that of contemporaries such as Margaret Atwood and Joan Didion, are among the selections. Short introductions preface each essay, leading readers directly into the works of some of the world's most respected writers.
This rhetorically organized, student-friendly reader includes short essays on a range of topics. Each selection is supported by exceptionally thorough and thoughtfully designed editorial apparatus that integrates reading, writing, and critical thinking.
The Short Prose Reader
Author: Gilbert Muller, Harvey Wiener
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages
This rhetorically organized reader, maintains the best features of the earlier editions: lively reading selections supported by helpful apparatus to integrate reading and writing in college composition and reading courses. In working through the text, the student progresses from key aspects of the writing and reading processes to chapters on the essential patterns of writing and then to more rigorous forms of analysis and argument. Each chapter provides diverse and lively prose models suited for discussion, analysis, and imitation.
Author: Daniel Brown, Bill Burnette
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin School
The McGraw-Hill Reader
Author: Gilbert H. Muller
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Humanities, Social Sciences & World Languages
Addressing the continuing interest in core liberal arts issues, interdisciplinary themes, multicultural perspectives, and critical thinking, THE MCGRAW-HILL READER provides students with a full range of quality prose works spanning various ages, cultures, and subjects. The finely-tuned editorial apparatus encourages students to respond actively to the essays, to formulate their own critical judgments, and to develop in writing their reactions to and perspectives on the thematic concerns of the selections. The Seventh Edition features thirty-eight new essays that address current issues such as the quality of education, the role of technology, and the impact of media. The text concludes with a new appendix on writing a research paper.
Supporting a liberal arts tradition in the classroom, across the curriculum, and beyond, The Brief McGraw-Hill Reader offers rich and diverse readings in education, the social sciences, business and economics, the humanities, and the sciences.
Author: Naomi Shihab Nye
Publisher: Harper Collins
Honey. Beeswax. Pollinate. Hive. Colony. Work. Dance. Communicate. Industrious. Buzz. Sting. Cooperate. Where would we be without them? Where would we be without one another? In eighty-two poems and paragraphs, Naomi Shihab Nye alights on the essentials of our time—our loved ones, our dense air, our wars, our memories, our planet—and leaves us feeling curiously sweeter and profoundly soothed.
Author: Stewart Lee
Publisher: Faber & Faber
Over the last few years, often when David Mitchell has been on holiday, the comedian Stewart Lee has been attempting to understand modern Britain in a weekly newspaper column. Why are there so few right-wing stand-ups? Who was Grant Shapps? What does your Spotify playlist data say about you? Are Jeremy Corbyn and Stewart Lee really the new Christs? And so on. Introduced, annotated and, where necessary, explained by the author, Content Provider is funny, grumpy and provocative.