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An online library of encyclopedias and specialized ebooks series for multidisciplinary research. Subjects include Art; Business; Government and Law; History; Language and Literature; Science; Social Sciences; and Technology.
Playful and practical, this is the style book you can't wait to use, a guide that addresses classic questions of English usage with wit and the blackest of humor. Black-and-white illustrations throughout.
Along These Lines integrates extensive, thorough coverage of the writing process in every writing chapter. From generating ideas (thought lines) to planning and focusing (out lines) to drafting and revising (rough lines) to proofreading and editing (final lines), students are guided through the key elements of the writing process as they practice through extensive exercises and as they write.