A pocket guide to correct punctuation

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Barron's Educational Series, Inc., 1982 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 107 pages
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Explains how to use the standard marks of punctuation to express one's thoughts precisely, in clear and effective sentences.

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User Review  - MistyStarlight - LibraryThing

"It is not strictly logical, but it cannot be too often repeated that punctuation is not a matter of logical 'rules' but simply a system of conventional symbols used to make the meaning of written language clear to the reader" (page 19). I like this attitude. Read full review

Contents

The Meaning of Punctuation
1
Beginning and End Punctuation
6
The Period
8
Copyright

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