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Solution Manual for Back to the Lake 4th edition by Thomas Cooley ISBN: 9780393428476

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Solution Manual for Back to the Lake 4th edition by Cooley

Solution Manual for Back to the Lake 4th edition by Thomas Cooley ISBN: 9780393428476

The perfect balance of readings and writing instruction

The reader and writing guide that helps developing writers succeed using engaging essays and practical writing instruction. Back to the Lake presents reading and writing strategies together using marginal annotations to show the connections. Readings—arranged by strategy and written by classic, contemporary, and student writers—are balanced with writing advice. Now with new readings—including ones debating the value of “grit”—new advice on reading critically, and a new chapter on editing sentences.

Table of Content

* = new to this edition

► = student writing

 

Chapter 1: Good Writers Are Good Readers

Anna Quindlen, How Reading Changed My Life

 

Chapter 2: Putting in Your Oar

►*Sarah Dzubay, An Outbreak of the Irrational [annotated]

 

Chapter 3: Using the Methods in Academic Writing

 

Chapter 4: The Writing Process

►Zoe Shewer, Ready, Willing, and Able [annotated]

 

*Chapter 5: Writing and Editing Sentences

 

Chapter 6: Writing Paragraphs

 

Chapter 7: Narration

►*Sneha Saha, The Wedding Carriage [annotated]

*Roxane Gay, Hunger

Kurt Streeter, Have a Caltastic Day!

Marjane Satrapi, Kim Wilde

Annie Dillard, An American Childhood

Drew Hansen, Tell Them about the Dream, Martin!

Richard Russo, Dog

 

Chapter 8: Description

►*Sarah Maslin, The Pawn King [annotated]

Judith Ortiz Cofer, More Room

*Chris Wiewiora, A Taste in Every Bite

*Jill Leovy, A Circle of Grief

E. B. White, Once More to the Lake

 

Chapter 9: Example

►Stephanie Cawley, The Veil in Persepolis [annotated]

Verena Dobnik, This Little Piggy Didn’t Go to Market

The Onion, All Seven Deadly Sins Committed at Church Bake Sale

►*Ana Pacheco, Street Vendors

*Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, How to Raise a Feminist

Laurel Thatcher Ulrich, Well-Behaved Women Seldom Make History

 

Chapter 10: Process Analysis

►Caitlin Ghegan, In Defense of Quidditch [annotated]

*Amy Sedaris, Guest Etiquette

*Finn Murphy, The Long Haul

Joshua Piven, David Borgenicht, and Jennifer Worick, How to Pull an All-Nighter

Dave Barry, How to Jump-start a Car When the Battery Is Dead

Alex Horton, On Getting By: Advice for College-Bound Vets

 

Chapter 11: Comparison and Contrast

►Jamie Gullen, The Danish Way of Life [annotated]

*Wes Moore, The Other Wes Moore

Patricia Park, Where Are You From?

Douglas Wolk, Superhero Smackdown

David Sedaris, Remembering My Childhood on the Continent of Africa

Bruce Catton, Grant and Lee

William Shakespeare, Sonnet 130

 

Chapter 12: Classification

►Michelle Watson, Shades of Character [annotated]

*Wray Herbert, On the Trail of the Orchid Child

Stephanie Ericsson, The Ways We Lie

Amy Tan, Mother Tongue

Mindy Kaling, Types of Women in Romantic Comedies Who Are Not Real

Deborah Tannen, But What Do You Mean?

Anne Sexton, Her Kind

 

Chapter 13: Definition

► *Ashley Anderson, Black Girl [annotated]

Mary Roach, How to Know If You’re Dead

Amy Wilenz, A Zombie Is a Slave Forever

Jack Horner, The Extraordinary Characteristics of Dyslexia

Mike Rose, Blue-Collar Brilliance

Bobbie Ann Mason, Being Country

 

Chapter 14: Cause and Effect

►Paula T. Kelso, Behind the Curtain [annotated]

Henry L. Roediger III, Why Are Textbooks So Expensive?

Mary Ellen Hannibal, Why the Beaver Should Thank the Wolf

Jon Mooallem, Squirrel Power!

*Siddhartha Mukherjee, The Miseries of My Father

Ursula K. Le Guin, The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas

 

Chapter 15: Argument

►*Christine Yared, Don’t Let My Classmates’ Deaths Be in Vain [annotated]

Thomas Jefferson, The Declaration of Independence

Sojourner Truth, Ain’t I a Woman?

Michael Lewis, Buy That Little Girl an Ice Cream Cone

Michelle Obama, Remarks at Topeka School District Senior Recognition Day

Juana Mora, Acculturation Is Bad for Our Health: Eat More Nopalitos

*Ilya Shapiro and Thomas A. Berry, Does the Government Get to Decide What’s a Slur?

DEBATING THE VALUE OF A COLLEGE EDUCATION

*Ellen Ruppel Shell, College May Not Be Worth It Anymore

Catherine Rampell, College Graduates Fare Well in Jobs Market, Even through Recession

Peter Gerstenzang, My Education, Repossessed

DEBATING THE EFFECTS OF DIGITAL CULTURE

Annie Murphy Paul, You’ll Never Learn!

Clive Thompson, The Art of Finding

*Susan Dynarski, Take Notes with Pen and Paper?

*DEBATING THE IMPORTANCE OF GRIT

*Angela Lee Duckworth, The Key to Success? Grit

*Carol S. Dweck, Two Mindsets

*Melissa Dahl, Don’t Believe the Hype about Grit

*Malcolm Gladwell, David and Goliath

 

Chapter 16: Combining Methods

Michael Lewis, Liar’s Poker

Ellen Goodman, Who Owns Dr. King’s Words?

Joan Didion, On Going Home

Linda Hogan, Hearing Voices

Gloria Anzaldúa, Linguistic Terrorism

*Mary Norris, Between You & Me

 

Appendix: Using Sources

►Dylan Borchers, Against the Odds [annotated]