The Little, Brown Handbook, 12th EditionAuthor:
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Pub Date: 2011
H. Ramsey Fowler is the author of The Little, Brown Handbook, 12th Edition, published 2011 under ISBN 9780205213078 and 0205213073. Three hundred five The Little, Brown Handbook, 12th Edition textbooks are available for sale on ValoreBooks.com, ninety seven used from the cheapest price of $23.02, or buy new starting at $111.43. [read more]
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This was read very little, just to help with mostly citing on a research paper, or to get familiar with different types of writing styles.read more
This was read very little, just to help with mostly citing on a research paper, or to get familiar with different types of writing styles.
I have learned a lot from this book, it is very helpful and anyone who gets this book should hold on to it.read more
Grammar is the primary subject of this book, it is extremely effective and helpful.
It was a lot better to find examples to correct and make me a better writer.read more
I learnt how to make the attitude shift in a story I am writing.
It was helpful. It helped me with punctuation and really learned to become a better writer.read more
Punctuation it helped me learn where each mark should go and I really enjoyed reading this book night in and night out.
This book focused more on the technical aspects of writing rather that ideas and concepts.read more
This book would only be good with supplemental material.
It's amazing, only reason I am selling it is because I have another copy, it is a great book to have, no matter how good you are with writing skills, the book will always come in handy.read more
This book basically teaches you how to write essays or any type of literature, as well as how to source sites in different formats, MLA,Chicago and more.
English composition, and critical thinking, both are writing courses.read more
This is a great go to book for any writing class. A ribbon that is attached with the book would make it better because it could help you keep your place during long study sessions/writing assignments.
Too many people can't speak properly - and writing has been completely disregarded. I wish people would take literacy more seriously and invest in improving their language skills. This book is the sure fire way to becoming 'literate'. Just knowing how to read and write is not literacy. It's about relating, comprehending, visualizing, etc.read more
Incomprehensible. It makes the books my sister was taking in her comp I class look terrible.
Pub Date: 2011