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The Longman Reader

ISBN: 9780205632565 | 0205632564
Edition: 9th
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Longman
Pub. Date: 1/1/2010

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Widely praised for its thought-provoking readings, The Longman Reader remains the most successful rhetorically organized freshman composition reader.

The Longman Reader features highly praised writing pedagogy in a rhetorically-organized reader. The opening chapter offers specific strategies for active reading, and for each pattern-of-development chapter, The Longman Reader includes a detailed introduction that asks the reader to consider audience and purpose, concrete revision strategies, a peer review checklist, an annotated sample essay with extensive analysis, prewriting and revising activities, and a comprehensive list of possible writing topics.

Both beloved and fresh professional essays range widely in subject matter and approach, from the humorous to the informative, from personal meditation to argument, and capture the reader's interest while clearly illustrating a specific pattern of development.

This new edition offers eleven new reading selections, whether written by academics and public intellectuals such as Michael Kimmel or bestselling journalists and authors such as Eric Weiner, encourage students to think critically. These essays include pieces of personal reflection (for example, Gary Kamiya's “Life, Death and Spring”) as well as those written from an objective point of view (for example, Kurt Kleiner's “When Mañana Is Too Soon”). And they cover a range of topics, including education, social responsibility, and personal relationships.

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