Sources For Europe In The Modern World With Guided Writing Exercises
Extensively revised by new coeditor Allison Scardino Belzer, Sources for Europe in the Modern World with Guided Writing Exercises, Second Edition, includes more than 100 primary sources. Expertly edited for clarity and pedagogical utility, the sources range from letters, political tracts, memoirs, and fiction to essays, speeches, poems, legal documents, and visuals. Each document is accompanied by a headnote and reading questions.
The second edition features fifty-two new and expanded sources and now includes images. Guided writing exercises, derived from the content of Europe in the Modern World, can now be found at the end of each chapter. These exercises cover a wide range of skills--including creating effective thesis statements, writing cohesive prose, and using parallelism to simplify complex ideas--that will help students improve their writing.
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