Schaum's Quick Guide to Writing Great Essays [Secure eReader]
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eBook by Molly McClain & Jacqueline D. Roth
eBook Category: Education
eBook Description: Over 6 million undergraduate and A.P. high school students need help writing essays. Helps students conquer writers block and ace the academic essay. Includes dozens of sample essays on various topics. Features checklists and questions keep students "on track".
eBook Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, Published: 2002
Fictionwise Release Date: April 2002
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Schaum's Quick Guide to Writing Great Essays is concerned with only one type of writing: the essay. If you are in college, knowing how to write an essay is a practical matter of survival, for it is the basis of essay exams as well as student research papers. Even the most simple assignments -- those asking you to summarize and comment on a text -- depend on your ability to understand the structure of an author's argument.
Once you are out of college, you will find that the essay is the basis of nonfiction books, newspaper and magazine articles, speeches, legal briefs and opinions, and persuasive business communications. Regardless of what profession you choose to enter, you are going to be called on to use the principles you learned in writing the essay to present your ideas to others.
Copyright © 1999 by Molly McClain & Jacqueline D. Roth