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Surprisingly Practical April 2, 2011
I read this textbook on how to make my ideas more clear. My sentences and paragraphs now say what I really mean - before my writing was "fuzzy" and my point was unintentionally hidden. The textbook helps me to think clearly, and it helps me understand other's writing more clearly - an unexpected result. The textbook does not tell me how I should write. It provides nifty techniques on how to quickly revise my writing for greater clarity.
Style : Lessons in Clarity and Grace: stars based on 1 user reviews.
Engaging and direct, this is the guidebook for anyone who wants to write well. The principles offered here help writers understand what readers expect and encourage writers to revise to meet those expectations more effectively.
Table of Contents
|Style as Choice||p. 1|
|Understanding Style||p. 2|
|Cohesion and Coherence||p. 66|
|Clarity of Form||p. 163|
|Motivating Coherence||p. 164|
|Global Coherence||p. 178|
|The Ethics of Style||p. 192|
|Using Sources||p. 232|
|Suggested Answers||p. 249|
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