3 edition of Elements of Writing found in the catalog.
Elements of Writing
Judith Austin Mills
by Holt Rinehart Winston
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||291|
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Simple and straightforward, easy to use, it shows EXACTLY what to do to master EVERY writing skill/5(16). Elements of Writing, Revised Edition, 5th Course Revised Edition by James Kinneavy (Author), John E.
Warriner (Author)/5(3). Elements of Writing: 4th Course Hardcover – January 1, by James Kinneavy (Author), John E. Warriner (Author)5/5(1).
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Anyone who has ever had to write any business document will find "The Elements of Business Writing" the single most effective tool for producing clear, concise, and persuasive prose. Equally useful to executives and support staff, it shows how to: write clearly and powerfully; rid writing of jargon and pompous language; organize material effectively; and avoid errors in spelling, grammar, and usage.4/4(24).
This book is a technical "how-to" manual, so it is devoid of any plot, and writing a review of the book is like writing a review of a plumber's training manual. Unless you are a plumber, you will get bored, and the technical jargon does not lend itself well to review/5(50).