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The New Oxford Guide to Writing by  Thomas S Kane - Paperback - 1st Edition, 4th Printing - 1994 - from Inga's Original Choices and Biblio.com

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The New Oxford Guide to Writing

by Kane, Thomas S

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Oxford University Press, 1994. Covers clean, colors bright, minimal display wear, no spine creases. A stock image [photo] is an accurate representation of the listed book's cover design©. First Oxford University Press paperback, 4th printing. Pages [327 including index] clean, unmarked, binding tight and square. Media Mail, Priority & most international shipping include free tracking information. Every book listed is located in my smoke free and climate controlled shop. All are inspected by me and will have qualities and/or flaws described. . 1st Edition, 4th Printing. Trade Paperback. As New. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


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