Style: Lessons in Clarity and Grace
For courses in English and Writing.
Emphasizes the importance of style in writing for a global audience
Style: Lessons in Clarity and Grace asserts that style is a matter of making informed choices in the service of one's readers. While writers know best what they want to say, readers ultimately decide if they've said it well. This flagship text builds on that premise, with updates on subjects such as gender-neutral writing and writing for global audiences. It brings the authors' innovative approach to the needs of today's students, while maintaining that writing with style is a civic and ethical virtue.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Liladillerauthor - LibraryThing
Very specific and practical advice to use to self-edit. The only thing I disagreed with is at the very end when he said that a few "rules" are just up to the writer: if you want to use a comma, use ... Read full review