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LB Briefoffers the authority and currency of its best-selling parent,The Little, Brown Handbook,in a briefer, spiral-bound format at an affordable price. As in its previous edition,LB Briefprovides students of varying skills and interests with clear, reliable, and accessible explanations of handbook basics-the writing process, grammar and usage, and research writing. The third edition builds on the handbookrs"s usefulness with three main emphases: (1)writing in and out of college,including an expanded chapter on academic writing, a new chapter study skills and exams, and new coverage of public writing; (2)visual literacy,including more on creating and using illustrations, viewing images critically, and using visuals as research sources; and (3)research writing,including more on using library subscription services and evaluating Web sites, new annotated sample pages from key source types, and new coverage of annotated bibliographies, Web logs, and finding images.
Table of Contents
|The Writing Situation|
|Observing c Freewriting|
|Thesis and Organization|
|Sample First Draft|
|Revising and Editing|
|Revising the whole essay|
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