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THE NEW OXFORD GUIDE TO WRITING by  Thomas S.; Kane - First Edition, 2nd Printing - 1988 - from 100 POCKETS and

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by Kane, Thomas S.;

Condition: Very Good/New

New York, NY: Oxford Univ Press, 1988. Text/Underlining & highlighting to first two chapters (pgs 5-9), else NEW. Bi-color boards/Fine. DJ/Fine. Light brown spotting (acidic paper reaction) to text blocks. Exemplary discourse on the fine art of writing --- on writing with clarity, elegance, and pursuasive power. Based on the former edition, "The Oxford Guide to Writing: A Rhetoric & Handbook for College Students" (1983, also by Kane). 327 pgs. 33 chapters in 7 parts with exercises and samples of superlative writings: I, The Writing Process; II, The Essay; III, The Expository Paragraph; IV, The Sentence; V, Diction; VI, Description & Narration; and VII, Punctuation. Strong copy despite flaws.. First Edition, 2nd Printing. Hard Cover. Very Good/New.



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