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Paperback, 384 pages
Published January 2nd 2002 by Three Rivers Press (CA) (first published June 12th 1982)
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This is a great reference for proofreading, editing, or keeping one's own non-fiction writing à la mode, grammatically infallible, and politically up-to-date. I use it for all my translation and editing work, and for that I find it far more useful than Strunk and White's guide, which is too conservative for me on many counts and inflexible to the point of being inapplicable to academic theses in computer science or other jargon-laden works. Somewhere among the definitions and guidelines, the New ...more
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I hate typos. They make me insane. This book saves me from having a bad day. I love this book. It is always within arms reach when I write.
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Revised and expanded edition. Easy to follow. Never boring as far as style guides go. Very helpful.
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Nov 07, 2008 Jesus rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: journalists, historiographers
Is your work too purple? With these pages you may polish your phrases to poignancy.
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