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How to write /

by Fowler, Alastair.
Type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2006Description: x, 202 p. ; 19 cm.ISBN: 0199278504 (pbk.); 9780199278503 (pbk.).Subject(s): English language -- Rhetoric | Report writing
Contents:
1. Pen and computer --- 2. Material reading --- 3. Beginning --- 4. Drafts --- 5. Outlines --- 6. Paragraphs --- 7. Paragraph types --- 8. Arguments --- 9. Signposts --- 10. Sentences --- 11. Word order --- 12. Punctuation --- 13. Quotation --- 14. Originality --- 15. Readers --- 16. Words --- 17. Metaphors --- 18. Performing and concurrence --- 19. Revising --- 20. Correctness --- 21. Reducing --- 22. Research : hard and soft --- 23. Reference books --- 24. Practicalities --- 25. Recapitulation.
Summary: An introductory guide to writing (British English), aimed at people who think they can't write, or for whom writing is an ordeal. Broken down into short topic-based chapters on everything from beginning to revising, it demystifies the writing process by taking the reader through each stage necessary to bring a piece of writing to a decent finish. The book also offers a wealth of invaluable practical considerations, including when and where to write, when to printout and when to edit onscreen, what type of pen works well for revisions, and the hazards of the paperclip--Publisher description. List(s) this item appears in: Learning Hub - Study Skills books
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 189-192) and index.

1. Pen and computer --- 2. Material reading --- 3. Beginning --- 4. Drafts --- 5. Outlines --- 6. Paragraphs --- 7. Paragraph types --- 8. Arguments --- 9. Signposts --- 10. Sentences --- 11. Word order --- 12. Punctuation --- 13. Quotation --- 14. Originality --- 15. Readers --- 16. Words --- 17. Metaphors --- 18. Performing and concurrence --- 19. Revising --- 20. Correctness --- 21. Reducing --- 22. Research : hard and soft --- 23. Reference books --- 24. Practicalities --- 25. Recapitulation.

An introductory guide to writing (British English), aimed at people who think they can't write, or for whom writing is an ordeal. Broken down into short topic-based chapters on everything from beginning to revising, it demystifies the writing process by taking the reader through each stage necessary to bring a piece of writing to a decent finish. The book also offers a wealth of invaluable practical considerations, including when and where to write, when to printout and when to edit onscreen, what type of pen works well for revisions, and the hazards of the paperclip--Publisher description.

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