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Presenting an argument

English humorist Terry Jones of the Monty Python fame comically portrays his own process of argument writing for the Input column of the Guardian. Includes samples of public reaction to Jones's column as well as to his latest publication, Attacks of opinion, which is a compilation of his representative argument writings.

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  • "Presenting an argument : models of non-fiction writing"@en

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  • "Former Monty Python member Terry Jones writes a weekly opinion column for the Young Guardian. In this program, he explains how he gets ideas and goes about the process of research and writing."
  • "English humorist Terry Jones of the Monty Python fame comically portrays his own process of argument writing for the Input column of the Young Guardian. Includes samples of public reaction to Jones's column as well as to his latest publication, Attacks of opinion."
  • "English humorist Terry Jones of the Monty Python fame comically portrays his own process of argument writing for the Input column of the Guardian. Includes samples of public reaction to Jones's column as well as to his latest publication, Attacks of opinion, which is a compilation of his representative argument writings."@en
  • "Former Monty Python member Terry Jones describes how he gets subject matter and goes about the process of research and writing. He illustrated how he tries to find an unusual angle to writing an argument, and compares different approaches."

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