The Elements of Style has long been a valued and beloved resource for all writers. Hailed for its directness and clever insight, this unorthodox textbook was born from a professor's love for the written word and perfected years later by one of his students: famed author E. B. White. Ever since its first publication in 1959, writers have turned to this book for its wise and accessible advice.
This is the original "Little Book," without add ons by later writers. This is a treasure to writers because it "omit(s)" needless words" and subject matter Professor Strunk did not believe was core to better writing. The brevity encourages relistening to deepen one's knowledge of the subject, the point made by Professor Strunk to his students: "the knowledge comes from rereading" or in our case, relistening. This unabridged version has 25 tracks: 1. Preface. 2. Introduction.
"A must have for writers."
This group includes Professor Arthur Strunk's The Elements of Style, an audiobook on Punctuation, Punctuation Guide: 60 Minutes to Better Writing, Teaching Your Children about Money, How to Get Better Grades, as well as Join the Millionaire's Club: Personal Finance and Investing. The next is Simply Spanish Basic: For English Speakers which focuses on the core knowledge to communicate with others and the final one is Managing Oneself by Peter Drucker.
It's amazing the misinformation found in most résumé books! Scott Bennett has hired hundreds of people in a variety of industries, and he knows firsthand what kind of résumé sparks an employer's interest - and which ones fail. In The Elements of Résumé Style, he warns against popular "tricks" that tend to backfire - and instead informs listeners how to craft clear, compelling, targeted résumés and cover letters that actually work.
From the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright and author of the essay collection Shiksa Goddess, comes a dazzling debut novel, a comedy about New York's urban gentry living in a post-9/11 world, the arbiters of fashion and the doyennes of charity balls; about the rich and the nouveau rich(er), the glamorous and the desperate-to-be.
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From the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright and author of the essay collection Shiksa Goddess, a dazzling debut novel, a comedy about New York's urban gentry living in a post-9/11 world, the arbiters of fashion and the doyennes of charity balls; about the rich and the nouveau rich(er), the glamorous and the desperate-to-be.