A Writer's Resource (comb-version) Student Edition by Kathleen Yancey; Janice Peritz; Elaine Maimon

By Kathleen Yancey; Janice Peritz; Elaine Maimon

A Writer’s source is helping writers determine the elemental components of any writing situationâ€â€from educational papers to weblog posts to 140-character tweets. Its leading edge, transferable thoughts and practices construct self belief for composing throughout genres, media, and the tutorial curriculum. And with its quite a few examples from a wealthy cross-section of disciplines, the 5th version essentially demonstrates that each significant, each box of research, and each strength profession course is determined by written communication.

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