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The New Oxford Guide To Writing

by Thomas S. Kane

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New York: Oxford University Press, 1988. Hardcover. As New/as new. A book that tells you how to think more incisively, express ideas more clearly, elegantly, and grammatically.......With highlights from the prose of Twain / Mencken / E. B. White / Annie Dillard .....How to brainstorm.... How to use books and journals to store ideas....Use a statement of purpose or an outline.... Lead , organize materials, select words conveying information and point-of-view, etc... Authored by Thomas Kane, Professor of English, Co- editor, teacher of writing for 25 years. Cream-colored covers, red colored binding with gilt lettering on spine. ( 6 1/4 X 9 3/8 X 1 1/8) 327 pages. Book weighs 1 1/3 pounds.

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