The Art of Persuasion: A National Review Rhetoric for Writers
Here's the cure for the common style: an engaging, witty, blunt, and readable guide to good writing that's better than Strunk and White, more urbane than the New York Times--and great fun all the way. "Wise and spirited".--George F. Will. Foreword by William F. Buckley, Jr.
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A Pleasing Style
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