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Writing a Rhetorical Précis as an Annotated Bibliography
Prior to the five-sentence paragraph base, you must include the following source information conventions:
Last Name, First Name, Book, Publisher City: Publisher, Date.
Last Name, First Name, Article, Periodical, Volume, Number, Date.
Webpages must include the date it was accessed on.
Note variations of these standards when combined, and consult LRC reference sheet.
1. Sentence one provides:
a) the name of the author, the genre (essay, novel, etc.), and the title of the work with the publication date (in parenthesis), a concise appropriate verb (claims, argues, exams), followed by;
b) a “that” phrase in which the thesis of the work is stated (either paraphrased or quoted).
Week 3 Precis DP Name Institution Date Zumthor, Peter- a way of looking at things in Thinking Architecture. Birkhäuser, Basel, Swtizerland, 2010. In Peter Zumthor’s book, Thinking Architecture- chapter 1 “A way of looking at things” (2010), Zumthor argues that the character of buildings and architecture is based on memory of images and the atmosphere. By illustrating that his memory of architectural items is inspired from his experience and childhood, Zumthor emphasizes spatial composition representation in architecture as most effective related to the real world. The author seeks to present his viewpoint that his design process manages to merge senso