Fine print: reflections on the writing art

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Andrews McMeel Pub, 1993 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 287 pages
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A columnist and author of The Writer's Art now covers the entire scope of the writing experience. Kilpatrick addresses broad issues from the evolution of language to the reasons why everyone should mind grammar. Both an authoritative writer's guide and a pleasure to read.

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Kilpatrick writes a weekly syndicated column called "The Writer's Art.'' His first book was a compilation of columns that went by the same name ( LJ 6/15/84). In his new work, Kilpatrick states that ... Read full review

Contents

Two How Fares the Craft of Carpentry?
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Three Notes on How Not to Do It
18
Four Getting Beyond the Rough Edges
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