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More detailed than a pocket handbook yet briefer than a concise handbook, HARBRACE ESSENTIALS WITH RESOURCES FOR MULTILINGUAL WRITERS provides all the authority of the Harbrace tradition in an ideal new length and portable format. Clear and concise explanations outline the essentials students need to write their papers, including instruction on the rhetorical contexts that affect their choice of grammatical constructions, style, punctuation, and mechanics, as well as strategies for writing paragraphs and essays, conducting research, and documenting sources. Additional resources for multilingual writers are included.

Cheryl Glenn, The Pennsylvania State University

Distinguished Professor of English and Women's Studies and Director of the Program in Writing and Rhetoric at The Pennsylvania State University, Cheryl Glenn is widely known for her scholarship, leadership and teaching. Besides authoring THE HARBRACE GUIDE TO WRITING and co-authoring THE HARBRACE HANDBOOKS, she is author of the prize-winning RHETORIC RETOLD: REGENDERING THE TRADITION FROM ANTIQUITY THROUGH THE RENAISSANCE; UNSPOKEN: A RHETORIC OF SILENCE; RHETORICAL EDUCATION IN AMERICA; LANDMARK ESSSAYS ON RHETORIC AND FEMINISM; RHETORIC AND WRITING IN THE NEW CENTURY; the forthcoming RHETORICAL FEMINISM AND THIS THING CALLED HOPE and several other titles. Dr. Glenn's rhetorical scholarship has earned her many awards, including three National Endowment for the Humanities awards, the Conference on College Composition and Communication's Richard Braddock Award, Rhetoric Review's Outstanding Essay Award, Best Book/Honorable Mention from the Society for the Study of Early Modern Women and the 2007 Rhetorician of the Year. She has served as Chair of the Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC), as President of the Coalition of Feminist Scholars in the History of Rhetoric and Composition, on the CCCC and NCTE Executive Committees; as Chair of the Modern Language Association (MLA) Division on the History and Theory of Rhetoric and Composition and as a member of the MLA Delegate Assembly. Dr. Glenn's teaching and scholarship have earned her six university teaching and mentoring awards.

Loretta Gray, Central Washington University

Loretta Gray, Professor of English at Central Washington University, teaches composition, linguistics, rhetorical grammar, pedagogical grammar, discourse analysis and the principles and practices of TESOL. Her research has appeared in the TESOL Quarterly and the Journal of Basic Writing. Along with co-authoring THE HARBRACE HANDBOOKS, she has authored ENGLISH VERBS and co-authored RHETORICAL GRAMMAR and UNDERSTANDING ENGLISH GRAMMAR.
  • Part 9 with 3 chapters devoted to grammatical concepts provides additional support for multilingual writers.
  • An extensive list of MLA citations--85 in all--gives students ample guidance and support as they write their papers.
  • Each clear, precise explanation of a key grammar, usage, style, or punctuation topic also includes an illustrative example designed to demystify the concept in real-world writing situations.
  • The authors thoroughly address areas of common student concern from how to conduct research to evaluating and integrating source materials without plagiarizing.
  • Several student papers on interesting and timely topics provide useful, realistic examples of how to approach assignments students are likely to encounter in many of their classes.
  • A chapter on argumentation with an annotated student paper follows a classical arrangement.
  • A glossary of usage includes commonly confused or misused words.
1. Sentence Essentials.
2. Sentence Fragments.
3. Comma Splices and Fused Sentences.
4. Verbs.
5. Pronouns.
6. Modifiers.
7. Sentence Unity.
8. Subordination and Coordination.
9. Parallelism.
10. Emphasis.
11. Variety.
12. Good Usage.
13. Precise Word Choice.
14. Conciseness.
15. The Comma.
16. The Semicolon and the Colon.
17. The Apostrophe.
18. Quotation Marks.
19. The Period and Other Punctuation.
20. Spelling, the Spell Checker, and Hyphenation.
21. Capitals.
22. Italics.
23. Abbreviations, Acronyms, and Numbers.
24. Writing and Reading Rhetorically.
25. Planning and Drafting Essays.
26. Revising and Editing Essays.
27. Using Visuals.
28. Writing Arguments.
29. Writing in Business.
30. Finding Sources Online, in Print, and in the Field.
31. Evaluating Print and Online Sources.
32. Using Sources Effectively and Responsibly.
33. MLA Documentation.
34. APA Documentation.
35. CMS Documentation.
36. CSE Documentation.
37. Determiners, Nouns, and Adjectives.
38. Verbs and Verb Forms.
39. Word Order.
Glossary of Usage.

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