Hodges' HarBrace Handbook / Edition 14by John Cunyus Hodges, Robert Keith Miller, Suzanne Webb, Winifred Bryan Horner
Pub. Date: 06/06/2000
Publisher: Cengage Heinle
This classic grammar and writing reference guide has helped over 5 million students become better writers. The Hodges� Harbrace Handbook, 14th edition, remains a grammar driven approach that has taught generations of writing students the best way to write and revise their papers. See more details below
This classic grammar and writing reference guide has helped over 5 million students become better writers. The Hodges� Harbrace Handbook, 14th edition, remains a grammar driven approach that has taught generations of writing students the best way to write and revise their papers.
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Table of Contents1. Sentence Sense. 2. Sentence Fragments. 3. Comma Splices and Fused Sentences. 4. Adjectives and Adverbs. 5. Pronouns and Case. 6. Agreement. 7. Verbs. 8. Document Design. 9. Capitals. 10. Italics. 11. Abbreviations, Acronyms, and Numbers. 12. The Comma. 13. Unnecessary Commas. 14. The Semicolon. 15. The Apostrophe. 16. Quotation Marks. 17. The Period and Other Marks. 18. Spelling, the Spell Checker, and Hyphenation. 19. Good Usage. 20. Exactness. 21. Conciseness. 22. Clarity and Completeness. 23. Sentence Unity: Consistency. 24. Subordination and Coordination. 25. Misplaced Parts and Dangling Modifiers. 26. Parallelism. 27. Consistency: Avoiding Shifts. 28. Pronoun Reference. 29. Emphasis. 30. Variety. Working with Paragraphs. 32. Planning and Drafting Essays. 33. Revising and Editing Essays. 34. Writing Under Pressure. 35. Reading and Thinking Clearly. 36. Writing Arguments. 37. Research: Finding and Evaluating Sources. 38. Research: Using and Citing Sources. 39. Writing for Special Purposes.
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