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Moves Writers Make by James C. Raymond


Moves Writers Make by James C. Raymond

Designed for freshman Composition courses, this reader identifies and examines the various rhetorical skills employed by writers-the wealth of subtle and normally invisible conceptual moves -in an effort to develop the tools that students need to make these moves themselves. By providing clear, crisp models of rhetorical categories and training students to emulate accomplished writers, Moves Writers Make simply helps students become better writers.

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Publication date

9th October 1998


James C. Raymond

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Pearson an imprint of Pearson Education (US)


312 pages


Writing skills
Creative writing & creative writing guides



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