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EH 3301 -- HELPDESK

Writing is ALWAYS informed by a purpose - as Cicero said, to delight, teach or move - that is, to entertain (comic monologue), explain or educate (a dummy's book), or persuade to action or belief (a sermon, an ad).
YOU have a voice - texts change the world, writing and power - author/ authority. Shelley said that poets are the "unacknowledged legislators of the world."

Websites to help

Glossary of Terms

The Writing Process and other handouts

Rhetoric & Composition Materials

Guide to Understanding the Rhetorical Situation

America's Top 100 Speeches

Douglas Archive of American Public Address

American Rhetoric

Using MLA documentation

Advertising

Writing Annotated Bibliographies

A Guide To Writing (Includes info on Annotated Bibliographies)

Resources for Annotated Bibliographies

Power Point Presentation on Ch. 1

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