By Sylvan Barnet; William Burto; William E Cain
Read Online or Download An introduction to literature : fiction, poetry, and drama PDF
Similar rhetoric books
This monograph first provides a mode of diagramming argument macrostructure, synthesizing the normal circle and arrow strategy with the Toulmin version. A theoretical justification of this system via a dialectical realizing of argument, a serious exam of Toulmin on warrants, an intensive dialogue of the linked-convergent contrast, and an account of the correct reconstruction of enthymemes follows.
This publication records the result of a multi-year venture that investigated the ambitions for writing development between forty five scholars and their teachers in extensive classes of English as a moment Language (ESL) then, a yr later, in educational courses at Canadian universities. The researchers current an in depth framework to explain those objectives from the views of the scholars in addition to their teachers.
Utilizing the instructing of writing as an issue concentration, this quantity describes how students take into consideration educating after they input a programme, indicates how their considering adjustments through the years and attributes the character and path of those alterations to the content material and personality of the programmes.
This e-book is an try and examine what writing as strategy may possibly truly suggest. even though solipsistic, even narcissistic, it may well appear, this publication is set itself.
- Preventing Disease: Beyond the Rhetoric
- Eisenhower's war of words: rhetoric and leadership
- Clear and Simple as the Truth: Writing Classic Prose (2nd Edition)
- Rhetoric: A Very Short Introduction
- Rhetoric and Composition as Intellectual Work
- Power and Identity in the Creative Writing Classroom: The Authority Project
Extra info for An introduction to literature : fiction, poetry, and drama
For expert assistance in obtaining permission to reprint copyrighted material, we are indebted to Julie Brown. We also wish to thank Katherine Snead for expert copyediting, which is to say that she was sharp-eyed but never sharp-tongued, exactly the sort of reader that a writer hopes for. We are grateful to the reviewers of the fifteenth edition: Michael Anzelone, Nassau Community College; Christine Caver,The University of Texas at San Antonio; Philip Collington, Niagara University;Andrea Kaston Tange, Eastern Michigan University; Donald Kummings, University of Wisconsin–Parkside;Walter S.
Kensicki, Linda Kraus, Juanita Laing, Vincent J. Liesenfeld, Martha McGowan, John H. Meagher III, Stuart Millner, Edward Anthony Nagel, Peter L. Neff, Robert F. Panara, Ronald E. Pepin, Jane Pierce, Robert M. Post, Kris Rapp, Mark Reynolds, John Richardson, Donald H. Sanborn, Marlene Sebeck, Frank E. Tamer, Carol Teaff, C. Uejio, Hugh Witemeyer, Manfred Wolf, Joseph Zaitchik. Finally, we are also grateful for valuable suggestions made by Barbara Harman, X. J. Kennedy, Carolyn Potts, Marcia Stubbs, Helen Vendler, and Ann Chalmers Watts.
Thwing, Pima Community College; Olga Abella, Eastern Illinois University; Dr. Karen Aubrey, Augusta State University; Lillie Bailey, Virginia State University; Arnold J. Bradford, Northern Virginia Community College; Bob Brien, Madison Area Technical College; Carol Ann Britt, San Antonio College; Mark J. Bruhn, Regis University; Sandra Bryzek, Moraine Valley Community College;Vilma Chemers, California State University, Long Beach; Mickie Christensen, San Francisco State University; Nancy Cox, Arkansas Tech University; Corla Dawson, Missouri Western State College; Mindy Faines, Gateway Community College; Bart Friedberg, Nassau Community College; Carolyn Smith Geyer, Augustana College; Wendy Greenstein, Long Beach City College; George V.