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Analysis And Critique : How To Engage And Write About Anything (2011)
(Audiobook CD)

Call Number CD/808.042/ARMSTRONG,D

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Published: Chantilly, Va. : Teaching Co., [2011]
Series: Great courses (Compact disc)
Description:  12 audio discs (approximately 720 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 course guidebook (iv, 116 pages ; 19 cm.)
ISBN/ISSN: 1598037137, 9781598037135,
Language:  English

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In container (19 cm.)

Dorsey Armstrong, associate professor of English and Medieval Literature, Purdue University

How to write about anything ; How to be an effective reader ; How literature can help ; Shaping your voice ; Knowing your reader ; Art of the essay-- how to start ; How to organize an argument ; Supporting your argument ; Finishing strong ; Uses of poetry ; Poetic diction and syntax ; Drama-- writing out loud V. 1. disc 1. lecture 1. lecture 2. disc 2. lecture 3. lecture 4. disc 3. lecture 5. lecture 6. disc 4. lecture 7. lecture 8. disc 5. lecture 9. lecture 10. disc 6. lecture 11. lecture 12.

What you can learn from autobiography ; Writing and leadership ; Rules of rhetoric ; Invention and arrangement ; Ethos and pathos ; Finding what you need ; Using what you find ; Getting started-- writing first drafts ; Editing-- finding what's wrong ; Rewriting-- fixing what's wrong ; Avoiding common errors in grammar and usage ; Power of words V. 2. disc 7. lecture 13. lecture 14. disc 8. lecture 15. lecture 16. disc 9. lecture 17. lecture 18. disc 10. lecture 19. lecture 20. disc 11. lecture 21. lecture 22. disc 12. lecture 23. lecture 24.

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