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A writer's reference / Diana Hacker, Nancy Sommers ; contributing ESP specialist, Kimberli Huster.

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  • 1 of 1 copy available at Berklee College of Music.

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0 current holds with 1 total copy.

Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Holdable? Status Due Date
Stan Getz Library PE1408.H277 W75 2018 37684001104431 Career Stacks Not holdable Available -

Record details

  • ISBN: 9781319057442
  • ISBN: 1319057446
  • ISBN: 9781319107031
  • ISBN: 1319107036
  • ISBN: 9781319133054
  • ISBN: 1319133053
  • Physical Description: xvi, 534, 47, 32 pages, 2 unnumbered pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
  • Edition: Ninth edition.
  • Publisher: Boston ; Bedford/St. Martin's, [2018]

Content descriptions

General Note:
Includes "Writing about literature : a Hacker handbooks supplement."
Includes indexes.
Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes index.
Formatted Contents Note:
Writing well: -- C. Composing and revising -- C1. Planning -- C2. Drafting -- C3. Reviewing, revising, and editing -- C4. Preparing a portfolio; reflecting on your writing -- C5. Writing paragraphs -- A. Academic reading, writing, and speaking -- A1. Reading and writing critically -- A2. Reading and writing about images and multimodal texts -- A3. Reading arguments -- A4. Writing arguments -- A5. Speaking confidently -- A6. Writing in the disciplines -- S. Sentence style -- S1. Parallelism -- S2. Needed words -- S3. Problems with modifiers -- S4. Shifts -- S5. Mixed constructions -- S6. Sentence emphasis -- S7. Sentence variety -- W. Word choice -- W1. Glossary of usage -- W2. Wordy sentences -- W3. Active verbs -- W4. Appropriate language -- W5. Exact language -- Writing correctly: -- G. Grammatical sentences -- G1. Subject-verb agreement -- G2. Verb forms, tenses, and moods -- G3. Pronouns -- G4. Adjectives and adverbs -- G5. Sentence fragments -- G6. Run-on sentences -- M. Multilingual writers and ESL topics -- M1. Verbs -- M2. Articles -- M3. Sentence structure -- M4. Using adjectives -- M5. Prepositions and idiomatic expressions -- M6. Paraphrasing sources effectively -- P. Punctuation and mechanics -- P1. The comma -- P2. Unnecessary commas -- P3. The semicolon and the colon -- P4. The apostrophe -- P5. Quotation marks -- P6. Other punctuation marks -- P7. Spelling and hyphenation -- P8. Capitalization -- P9. Abbreviations and numbers -- P10. Italics -- B. Basic grammar -- B1. Parts of speech -- B2. Sentence patterns -- B3. Subordinate word groups -- B4. Sentence types -- Writing with sources: -- R. Researching -- R1. Thinking like a researcher; gathering sources -- R2. Managing information; taking notes responsibly -- R3. Evaluating sources -- MLA papers -- MLA-1. Supporting a thesis -- MLA-2. Citing sources; avoiding plagiarism -- MLA-3. Integrating sources -- MLA-4. Documenting sources -- MLA-5. Manuscript format; sample research paper -- APA and CMS papers -- APA-1. Supporting a thesis -- APA-2. Citing sources; avoiding plagiarism -- APA-3. Integrating sources -- APA-4. Documenting sources -- APA-5. Manuscript format; sample research paper -- CMS-1. Supporting a thesis -- CMS-2. Citing sources; avoiding plagiarism -- CMS-3. Integrating sources -- CMS-4. Documenting sources -- CMS-5. Manuscript format; sample research paper.
Subject: English language > Rhetoric > Handbooks, manuals, etc.
English language > Grammar > Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Report writing > Handbooks, manuals, etc.

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