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Starting from the common difficulties students face, it gives practical examples of all the stages necessary to produce a good piece of academic work:
Excuse Me, Your Participle's Dangling by Catherine DePinoExcuse Me, Your Participle's Dangling will give you all the bare essentials of grammar that you need to write like a pro. The book also offers a simple yet foolproof method of writing under pressure, the key to success in any college program or workplace.
Publication Date: 2013-02-01
Grammar by Christine SinclairThis book introduces grammar in a gentle way by illustrating the kinds of issues students may come across by setting them in context using a soap opera style script. Through a combination of the stories of the students and carefully constructed chapters, the book provides details on the essential aspects of grammar, language use and punctuation needed by all university students. There are also exercises to encourage the reader to relate the issues to their own practice and experiences, as well as an extensive glossary which defines the terms that are used throughout the book.
Publication Date: 2010-03-01
Telling Stories by Lee MartinTelling Stories is intended for anyone interested in thinking more about the elements of storytelling in short stories, novels, and memoirs.
Publication Date: 2017-10-01
Creative Writing by Amal Chatterjee (Editor, Contribution by)Creative Writing: Writers on Writing anthologises original literary work by eight contemporary authors... dealing with birth and death, love and ambition, domestic drama and foreign adventure, they take the reader to the country (Ireland, Guyana, England) and to the city (Delhi, Karachi, New York and Prague).