everyday arguments – writing and reading

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Everyday Arguments A guide to Writing and Reading Effective Arguments combines a straightforward, commonsense rhetoric with a comprehensive collection of readings. There are 2 parts with 19 chapters in this book. Part 1 is focused on the principle that virtually all writing is somehow a form of argument. Part 2 is a section of readings which contains a wide variety of contemporary texts. You will find over 35 examples of written arguments in this part. Students will become critical readers of argument and these sample arguments will contribute to their becoming effective argument writers.


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