WRITING TO LEARN RC

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Harper Collins, Jun 4, 1993 - Reference - 272 pages
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This is an essential book for everyone who wants to write clearly about any subject and use writing as a means of learning.
  

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An interesting intro to writing and its benefits. - Goodreads
Good advice, good book. - Goodreads
Not as riveting as On Writing Well.... - Goodreads
I loved the section on learning math by writing. - Goodreads
Very nice complement to other writing books I've read. - Goodreads
William Zinsser epitomizes the writing he teaches. - Goodreads

Review: Writing to Learn: How to Write--And Think--Clearly about Any Subject at All

User Review  - Mike Watson - Goodreads

An interesting book, but like many reviewers, it wasn't quite what I was expecting. It's more of a reflection/memoir about good writing by people in professional fields rather than a how-to manual. Read full review

Review: Writing to Learn: How to Write--And Think--Clearly about Any Subject at All

User Review  - Mike Watson - Goodreads

An interesting book, but like many reviewers, it wasn't quite what I was expecting. It's more of a reflection/memoir about good writing by people in professional fields rather than a how-to manual. Read full review

Contents

1 Hermes and the Periodic Table
3
P A R T II 6 Earth Sea and Sky
79
Acknowledgments
235
Index
249
Copyright

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About the author (1993)

William Zinsser has been a mentor for countless people who want to write with clarity and confidence. His eighteen books include the classic On Writing Well, which has sold almost 1.5 million copies. He now teaches at the New School and at the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism.

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