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Crafting authentic voice / Tom Romano.

by Romano, Tom.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Portsmouth, NH : Heinemann, c2004Description: x, 227 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0325005974 (pbk.).Subject(s): English language -- Rhetoric | Exposition (Rhetoric)
Contents:
I: The delight and dilemma of voice -- Antipasto: stopping by woods after a bronchoscopy -- Reasons to read -- Voice lessons -- Email admissions -- Two bands -- II: Qualities of voice -- Antipasto: "Poems" / Gary Gildner -- Qualities of voice -- Information please -- The appeal of narrative -- Perception and surprise -- Surprise for whom? -- Humor, lightness, play -- III: Trust the gush -- Antipasto: Olivia leads the way -- The place of passion -- "Outcast" / Lorie Barnhart -- How voice is lost -- The five-paragraph you-know-what -- Of buts and burrs and bad advice -- Grammatically high-strung -- Whatever it takes: breaking the rules in style -- Mischief, rebellion, attitude -- Many voices -- Imitation -- "It's alive! It's alive! It's alive! -- Wear a mask, unleash a voice -- The generative power of parallel structure -- "Who said that?" / David Schuster -- IV: Crafting authentic voice -- Antipasto: Squirming, fretting, and fraud -- Enter craft -- Making it rougher -- Mind pictures -- Hit dem senses -- What the ear knows -- Linguistic inebriation -- Living leaping words -- Who's got the action? -- Weeding the garden -- Placement and payoff -- Great lengths -- Get your pipe and blow doughnuts: the speed of metaphor -- Ingmar Bergman, Janis Joplin, and Howard Cosell: allusions to extend meaning -- Behold this visage: how speech helps writing -- In the beginning -- And in the end -- Working together -- V: Voice and identity -- Antipasto: Huck, Holden, and Talya -- The moves in one piece -- A small work I have to do -- Utmost essence.
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Professional Collection/808.042/ROMANO (Browse shelf) Checked out 04/30/2018

Includes bibliographical references (p. [219]-223) and index.

I: The delight and dilemma of voice -- Antipasto: stopping by woods after a bronchoscopy -- Reasons to read -- Voice lessons -- Email admissions -- Two bands -- II: Qualities of voice -- Antipasto: "Poems" / Gary Gildner -- Qualities of voice -- Information please -- The appeal of narrative -- Perception and surprise -- Surprise for whom? -- Humor, lightness, play -- III: Trust the gush -- Antipasto: Olivia leads the way -- The place of passion -- "Outcast" / Lorie Barnhart -- How voice is lost -- The five-paragraph you-know-what -- Of buts and burrs and bad advice -- Grammatically high-strung -- Whatever it takes: breaking the rules in style -- Mischief, rebellion, attitude -- Many voices -- Imitation -- "It's alive! It's alive! It's alive! -- Wear a mask, unleash a voice -- The generative power of parallel structure -- "Who said that?" / David Schuster -- IV: Crafting authentic voice -- Antipasto: Squirming, fretting, and fraud -- Enter craft -- Making it rougher -- Mind pictures -- Hit dem senses -- What the ear knows -- Linguistic inebriation -- Living leaping words -- Who's got the action? -- Weeding the garden -- Placement and payoff -- Great lengths -- Get your pipe and blow doughnuts: the speed of metaphor -- Ingmar Bergman, Janis Joplin, and Howard Cosell: allusions to extend meaning -- Behold this visage: how speech helps writing -- In the beginning -- And in the end -- Working together -- V: Voice and identity -- Antipasto: Huck, Holden, and Talya -- The moves in one piece -- A small work I have to do -- Utmost essence.

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