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Textbooks for both Summer and Academic Year 2017 Courses

Courses in Writing
 
Cursus Scriptorum: Writing With Honors • [2017] Bruce McMenomy
  Required A Writer's Reference
Diana Hacker

This can be quite an expensive book to buy new. Prior editions and used copies are entirely acceptable.
  Required The Elements of Style
William Strunk, EB White

We selected this classic handbook of style for its high quality and its wide availability---no copy should cost more than ten dollars, if that, and it should be available in almost any bookstore. Any edition will serve.

Molding Your Prose • [2017] Bruce McMenomy
No texts are listed for this course at this time.


Molding Your Argument • [2017] Bruce McMenomy
No texts are listed for this course at this time.



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