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ОбложкаHayot E. The elements of academic style: writing for the humanities. - New York: Columbia university press, 2014. - vii, 246 p.: ill. - Works cited: p.239-243. - Bibliogr.: p.245-246. - ISBN 978-0-231-16800-7
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Оглавление / Contents
 
One. Why Read This Book? ........................................ 1

Part I. Writing as Practice ..................................... 5

Two. Unlearning What You (Probably) Know ........................ 7
Three. Eight Strategies for Getting Writing Done ............... 17
Four. Institutional Contexts ................................... 36
Five. Dissertations and Books .................................. 41
Six. A Materialist Theory of Writing ........................... 47
Seven. How Do Readers Work? .................................... 51

Part II. Strategy .............................................. 57

Eight. The Uneven U ............................................ 59
Nine. Structure and Subordination .............................. 74
Ten. Structural Rhythm ......................................... 81
Eleven. Introductions .......................................... 89
Twelve. Don't Say It All Early ................................. 99
Thirteen. Paragraphing ........................................ 102
Fourteen. Three Types of Transitions .......................... 107
Fifteen. Showing Your Iceberg ................................. 116
Sixteen. Metalanguage ......................................... 126
Seventeen. Ending Well ........................................ 130
Eighteen. Tides and Subtitles ................................. 140

Part III. Tactics ............................................. 149

Nineteen. Citational Practice ................................. 151
Twenty. Conference Talks ...................................... 164
Twenty-one. Examples .......................................... 167
Twenty-two. Figural Language .................................. 169
Twenty-three. Footnotes and Endnotes .......................... 176
Twenty-four. Jargon ........................................... 178
Twenty-five. Parentheticals ................................... 180
Twenty-six. Pronouns .......................................... 184
Twenty-seven. Repetition ...................................... 188
Twenty-eight. Rhetorical Questions and Clauses ................ 191
Twenty-nine. Sentence Rhythm .................................. 196
Thirty. Ventilation ........................................... 203
Thirty-one. Weight ............................................ 208

Part IV. Becoming ............................................. 211

Thirty-tWO. Work as Process ................................... 213
Thirty-three. Becoming a Writer ............................... 215
Thirty-four. From the Workshop to the World (as Workshop 
   [as World]) ................................................ 218
Thirty-five. Acknowledgments .................................. 221

Appendix: A Writer's Workbook ................................. 225
Works Cited ................................................... 239
Bibliography .................................................. 245

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