75 Readings offers an outstanding collection of the most popular essays for first-year writing at an affordable price. Boasting an extensive new argumentation section, new readings about social issues, new readings on the environment, and a new section on mixed strategies - those readings that employ two or more rhetorical modes.
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This volume continues to offer a collection of 75 widely anthologized essays, with an extensive compare/contrast section, new readings about social issues, new readings on the environment, and a new section on mixed metaphor.From the Publisher:
Thirteen new readings: These selections include Nancy Mairs, "On Being Cripple"; William Lutz, "Doublespeak"; Scott Russell Sanders, "The Men We Carry in Our Minds"; Barbara Huttman, "A Crime of Compassion"; and Amy Tan, "Mother Tongue."
Quality and Cost: With seventy-five essays for less than $20, this text is an excellent value.
Restructured Argumentation Chapter: Chapter 10 now has paired essays on topics of current interest to students, including media ethics, welfare reform, and free speech.
Mixed Strategies: A new chapter offers essays that employ two or more rhetorical modes to achieve their goal. Readings by Amy Tan and Jamaica Kincaid are highlighted.
Cross-references: Related selections are cross-referenced in the table of contents to support instructors who want to teach multiple perspectives on a particular topic.
Instructor's Manual: 75 Readings offers questions and writing assignments in the accompanying Instructor's Manual (ISBN: 0-07-237067-X) for those instructors who need apparatus.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0072370661