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The modern researcher [by] Jacques Barzun and Henry F. Graff.

; Graff, Henry F. (Henry Franklin), 1921- author
Rev. ed.. New York, Harcourt, Brace and World [1970] .
ISBN 0151614822

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Other Authors Graff, Henry F. 1921-
Subjects Academic writing.
Art d'écrire.
Escritos técnicos -- Redacción.
Historiographie.
Historiography.
Metodologia Da Pesquisa.
Pesquisa Ou Investigacao Cientifica.
Research.
Wissenschaftliches Arbeiten.
Writing.
Description xvii, 430 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date [1970]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 388-407).
Contents TABLE OF CONTENTS -- First principles -- Research and report as historian's work -- The ABC of technique -- Research -- The searcher: his mind and virtues -- Finding the facts -- Verification -- Handling ideas -- Truth and causation -- Pattern, bias and the great systems -- Historians in Europe and America -- The sister disciplines -- Writing -- Organizing: paragraph, chapter, and part -- Plain words: the war on jargon and cliches -- Clear sentences: right emphasis and right rhythm -- The arts of quoting and translating -- The rules of citing: footnotes and bibliography -- Revising for printer and public.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)74960
(OCoLC)ocm00074960
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WorldCat Identities Barzun, Jacques, 1907-2012.
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