: The Broadview Anthology of Expository Prose: Second Edition ( Broadview Editions) (): Tammy Roberts, Mical Moser, Don LePan. The third edition of this anthology has been substantially revised and updated for a contemporary American audience; a selection of classic. A substantial selection of classic essays allows readers to trace the history of the essay from Swift to Woolf and Orwell and beyond. A selection.
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My writing courses improved by leaps and bounds when I adopted the first edition. Binyavanga Wainaina How to Write about Africa. A particular strength of the new edition is the inclusion of paired articles two articles on the same topic but directed toward different audienceswhich provides students with the opportunity to explore the concepts of audience, voice, and purpose in writing. Elizabeth Kolbert The Sixth Extinction? August exopsitory, ISBN: Broadview PressMay 25, – Literary Collections – pages.
Pico Iyer The Terminal Check. The student companion site has additional readings, interactive writing exercises, and discussion questions.
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Roland Barthes from Mythologies. Michel de Montaigne from On Cannibals. Martin Luther King Jr. This anthology of significant, incisive, broavview essays should make a significant contribution to the recognition of the essay as a vitally important genre—and of essay writing as a vitally important literary and argumentative art.
The Broadview Anthology of Expository Prose: Second Edition
The text selections are numbered by paragraph for ready reference. Account Options Sign in. The remarkable diversity of the essays covers an impressive range of authors, styles, topics, and viewpoints. Selected pages Title Page. The [editors offer] insightful questions at the end of each article and have chosen readings carefully—[this is an anthology] … that can be used beneficially in class discussion and as the basis for written assignments.
Traditional Protocols and Storytelling. Kristen Gilchrist from Newsworthy Victims? My library Help Advanced Book Search. Farkas, Metropolitan State College.
The Broadview Anthology of Expository Prose – Third Edition
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. The anthology remains broad in its thematic coverage, but certain themes receive special emphasis—notably, issues of race, class, and culture in twenty-first century America.
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No eBook available Amazon. The text selections are numbered by paragraph for ready reference. For the new edition the headnotes have been expanded, providing students with more information as to the context in which each piece was written.
A selection of the finest of contemporary essays—from Witold Rybcynski to David Sedaris and Elizabeth Kolbert—provides a broad sample of the genre in the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries.
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For the new edition there are also considerably more short pieces than ever before; a number of op-ed pieces are included, as are pieces from blogs and from online news sources. Japneet Maan marked it as to-read Feb 11, Paperbackpages. This wide-ranging compilation of articles can help students navigate the troubled waters of politics, race, and gender issues. Ethan Kross et al.
Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. Gemma Amouteru added it Sep 13, A selection of the finest of contemporary essays—from Witold Rybcynski to David Sedaris and Elizabeth Kolbert—provides a broad sample of the genre in the late twentieth and early anthlogy centuries.
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To my delight, at the end of a typical meeting we are left with even more questions than when we began. Schellenberg, Simon Fraser University. Frederick Douglass from Fourth of July Oration. Also included in the text is a range of questions and suggestions for discussion. Hyo-Won marked it as to-read Apr 10, Works of different lengths and levels of difficulty are represented, as are narrative, descriptive and persuasive essays—and, new to this edition, lyric essays.
Open Preview See a Problem? When do Children Know their True Gender? Refresh and try again. Susan Sontag from Regarding the Pain of Others. The Broadview Anthology of Expository Prose: Sherman Alexie Indian Education.