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ETO Record Number
202
Author
Title
Energy Alternatives
Secondary Title (usually periodical title)
Writing the Critical Essay
Volume (periodical)
Number (periodical)
Accession Number (For ERIC and similar collections)
Call Number
TJ163.24.E527 2006
333.79
Edition
Editor
Friedman, Lauri S.
ISBN
Format
Keywords
Power resources
Renewable energy sources
Essay--Authorship
Rhetoric
Pages
112
Location Published
Farmington Hills, MI
Publisher
Greenhaven Press
Date of Publication
2006
Related URLs (sometimes the Library of Congress record)
http://www.gale.com
Abstract
Notes
Copyright Thomson Gale, 2006
Index
Series: Writing the Critical Essay, an Opposing Viewpoints Guide.
"Each book in Greenhaven Press' Writing the Critical Essay: An Opposing Viewpoints Guide includes everything necessary to help students research, outline, draft, edit, and ultimately write successful essays across the curriculum. Using the patented Opposing Viewpoints format, each guide focuses on a particular type of essay--including expository, persuasive, descriptive, and narrative writing. Students can master these common essay forms to create effective five-paragraph essays as well as longer pieces of writing."