Paragraph writing for academic purposes has become a major issue that leads to confusion for majority of students. Such problems demand extended solution, since they have been thinking in terms of whole compositions and only incidentally in terms of paragraphs and/or sentences. But the process of writing is, indeed, a double one; though the writer must constantly keep in mind the developing shape of the composition as a whole, he proceeds by writing individual sentences and paragraphs. The process of revision also requires attention to particular sentences and paragraphs as well.
This book covers very valuable topic since in every chapter available we will find a dozen of instances in which typical models of paragraph including Order in Paragraph, Theoretical Models of Paragraph Development, and Techniques of Paragraph Organization Development have been critically and systematically analyzed and developed.