Table of contents for Writing wisely and well / Marlene Martin, Maureen Girard.

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1. Inspiration: Discovering and Exploring Ideas.
2. Discovery and Narration: Making Your Point Concretely.
3. Exploration and Unity: Discovering a Unifying Point.
4. Audience Awareness: Discovering Unifying Techniques.
5. Research: Discovering and Using the Ideas of Others.
6. Discovering Ideas Through Questions: Writing About Processes.
7. Discovering and Organizing Ideas Through Classification-Division.
8. Writing and Newton's Laws: Cause and Effect.
9. Discovering Ideas by Comparing and Contrasting.
10. Argument: Discovering and Defending Your Point of View.
11. Thinking on Your Feet: Extemporaneous Writing.
12. Writing the Formal Research Paper

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