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Fresh, vibrant, concise, and affordable, the Fifth Edition of AT A GLANCE: ESSAYS focuses on writing correct, effective essays in specific and combined rhetorical patterns, and features the writing process with emphasis on revision; twenty-one integrated professional and student essays verified by classroom testing to compel reading, provoke discussion, and inspire writing; a handbook chapter supported by a strong Student Companion Site; documented writing (two chapters) with the 2009 MLA Update and an illustrated ten-step approach; optional reading-based writing of summaries, reactions, and two-part responses (to promote critical thinking by linking reading to writing); and optional career-related writing to accommodate career-minded students and career-conscious programs.