Composition-Rhetoric: Designed for use in secondary schools Open Access Deposited
Downloadable ContentDownload PDF
Date Modified: 03/13/2020
1897 printing of 1897 copyrighted text. Scott is credited as Junior Professor of Rhetoric in the University of Michigan. Denney is credited as Professor of Rhetoric and English Language in Ohio State University. According to the preface, the authors have been guided by three considerations: desire for a closer union of rhetoric and composition at the secondary level; desire for a greater use of the paragraph in secondary composition; and the idea of a growing, living and kinetic discourse. Chapters include: external form of the paragraph, paragraph-structure, what to say, how to say it, in what order to say it, how much to say, what not to say. Five appendices include: directions for preparing manuscript, marks used in correcting, material for analysis and reproduction, subjects for essay, and capitals and punctuation. The Schultz Archive copy is roughly the complete text.
- Time Period
- Date Created
- In Collection:
Permanent link to this page: https://scholar.uc.edu/show/05742121x