This two-part writer's handbook is designed for instruction, reference, and evaluation, and can be used for high school, college, and professional writing. Part 1 is a course in essays and arguments with topic-sentence outline models and much more. Part 2 is a traditional reference guide to grammar, style, and usage. Presented with a detailed table of contents that allows the reader to pinpoint issues and find solutions to writing questions.
A few highlights:
-- How to construct a logical, interesting argument for an essay, debate, or research paper
-- How to structure different types of essays, paragraph by paragraph
-- How to use inductive and deductive reasoning
-- How read thoughtfully and write about literature, including short stories, full-length classics, and poetry
-- Topic sentence outline examples for papers in literature, social studies, public policy, and more