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How To Write Clearly: Rules and Exercises on English Composition

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How To Write Clearly: Rules and Exercises on English Composition
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Publisher: ManyBooks
ISBN/ASIN: 1448613388
Number of pages: 123

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Almost every English boy can be taught to write clearly, so far at least as clearness depends upon the arrangement of words. Force, elegance, and variety of style are more difficult to teach, and far more difficult to learn; but clear writing can be reduced to rules. To teach the art of writing clearly is the main object of these Rules and Exercises.

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