What makes great writing great writing is not spelling or grammar or syntax, but honesty. Not the careless honesty of our emotions, but the intellectual honesty that results from careful thoughts combined with a firm insistence that we write only true things. The honest writer always seeks to avoid deception, always believes writing the truth is more important than proving a point. Honesty in the Use of Words by Martin Naparsteck adds a new dimension to such classic writing advice as William Strunk and E.B. Whiteas The Elements of Style and George Orwellas aPolitics and the English Language.aAnti censorship and honesty are, of course, notthesame, buthonestyis meaninglesswhenitis censored, and whilehonest ... A classic essay; if you read nothing elseon thislist, read this(ita#39;seasily foundon the web):aAman may take todrinkanbsp;...
|Title||:||Honesty in the Use of Words|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2005-09-29|