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A Pocket Guide to Correct Punctuation (Barron's Educational Series). Punctuation-The Easy Way. Robert Brittain. com User, November 3, 2003. I serve as copy desk chief for a newsletter business. I serve a small staff of reporters and am often challenged in my judgements regarding copy, especially punctuation. In university, I was a descriptive grammarian much more than a prescriptive grammarian.
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A Pocket Guide to Correct Punctuation. 3rd e. revised by Benjamin Griffith. Trask, R. L. The Penguin Guide to Punctuation. London: Penguin Books, 1997. New York: Scholastic, 1990. Carey, G. V. Mind the Stop: A Brief Guide to Punctuation with a Note on Proof-Correction. London: Penguin Books, 1976. Robert Edward Brittain. Greatly expanded and updated, this alphabetically arranged guide to 24,000 often misspelled words includes easy-to-remember spelling rules, memory devices for avoiding misspellings, and a new section on homophones. Barron's Pocket Guide to Vocabulary (Barron's Pocket Guides). Here’s a handy desk reference for home, office, and classroom.
A pocket guide to correct grammar by Vincent Foster Hopper, Cedric Gale, Ronald C. Foote, Benjamin W. Griffith - 1990 - 175 pages. A pocket guide to correct punctuation by Robert Brittain - 1982 - 107 pages. A Pocket Style Manual by Diana Hacker - 2008 - 272 pages.
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