Table of contents for The call to write / John Trimbur.


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ART          WRIT NG AND READING      I
l What Is Writing? Analyzing Literacy Events 5
2  Reading for Academic Purposes: Analyzing the Rhetorical
Situation  31
3  Persuasion and Responsibility: Analyzing Arguments 56
ART 2        WRITING PROJECTS    99
"4 Letters: Establishing and Maintaining Relationships 102
5  Memoirs: Recalling Personal Experience 137
6  Public Documents: Codifying Beliefs and Practices 171
7  Profiles: Creating a Dominant Impression  209
8  Reports and Explanining 243
9  Commentary: Identifying Patterns of Meaning 288
i0  Proposals: Formulating and Solving Problems 318
I I Reviews: Evaluating Works and Performances 353
RT 3     WR-T NG AND RESEARCH PROJECTS       387
12  The Research Process: Critical Essays and
Research Projects 390
3   Working with Sources 439
14  A Guide to Print, Electronic, and Other Sources 468
S5  Fieldwork and the Research Report 476
PRT 4    WRITERS ATWORK      501
16 The Writing Process: A Case Study of a Writing
Assignment 504
17  The Shape of the Essay: How Form Embodies Purpose 521
18  Working Together: Collaborative Writing Projects 551
1RT 5      PRESENTINGYOURWORK        56
19 Visual Design  564
20  Web Design  592
21  Oral Presentations 603
22  Essay Exams 618
23 Writing Portfolios 632
ART 6     GUDE TO EDITING     647
24  Working with Sentences 649



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: English language Rhetoric, Report writing Problems, exercises, etc, College readers