The art of readable writing. Foreword by Alan J. Gould.

; I. Edward Kiev Judaica Collection
[1st ed.].. New York, Harper [1949] .

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Other Authors I. Edward Kiev Judaica Collection.
Subjects Anglais (Langue) -- Rhétorique.
English language -- Rhetoric.
Report writing.
Description xiv, 237 pages illustrations 21 cm
Copyright Date [1949]
Notes Presented by the Dr. Ari Kiev family to the I. Edward Kiev Judaica Collection.
"Reading list": pages 217-218. "Notes" (bibliographical) : pages 219-228.
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Contents You and Aristotle -- Other people's minds -- The importance of being trivial -- The shape of ideas -- All writing is creative -- From false starts to wrong conclusions -- How to be human through factual -- Drama in everyday prose -- An ear for writing -- Did Shakespeare make mistakes in English? -- Our shrinking sentences -- Our expanding words -- R for readability -- Degrees of plain talk -- Results of plain talk -- Those unpredictable words -- Those unpredictable readers -- Are words necessary? -- How to operate a blue pencil -- The pedigree of plain talk -- It's your own language -- Appendix: How to use the readability formula.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)318542
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WorldCat Identities Flesch, Rudolf, 1911-1986.
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