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Writing from A to Z with Catalyst Access Card

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The familiarity of this handbook makes it one of the easiest for students to use. Why? Students using this text do not need a specialized "code" of organization that requires them to know established categories of writing information and instruction such as usage, grammar, and style. Instead, because the entries in A to Z are familiar and intuitive, students need only turn ...more
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Published November 16th 2004 by McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages (first published February 1994)
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