It Was the Best of Sentences, It Was the Worst of Sentences

It Was the Best of Sentences, It Was the Worst of Sentences

Posted 12.5.13

Author: 
June Casagrande
Ten Speed Press
158008740X
2010

Journalist and editor June Casagrande breaks down the semantics of sentences, and explains how words and grammatical constructions relate to each other in logical and artful ways. A meticulous examination of sentence structure, content, and style reveals the building blocks of successful sentences, and how writers can apply this knowledge to their own work.

Publish Date: 
December 5, 2013 - 3:00am
Magic Word: 
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