I. Some crucial differences between high school and college writing
III. A strategy for analyzing and revising a first draft
V. But what if you get stuck? A good solution and a terrible solution
II. Preparing to write and drafting the paper
Lawrence McEnerney is Director of the University of Chicago Writing Program. Joseph M. Williams (1933-2008) was Professor of English Language and Literature and the founder of the University of Chicago Writing Program.
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