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Twentieth century English /

Main Author: Knickerbocker, William Skinkle, 1892- (ed.)
Format: Book
Language: English
Published: Freeport, N.Y., Books for Libraries Press, [1970, c1946].
Series: Essay index reprint series
Subjects:
Table of Contents:
  • Vocabulary and success /
  • Johnson O'Connor
  • Vocabulary and intelligence /
  • Cecil W. Mann
  • Idle fears about basic English /
  • I.A. Richards
  • One word leads to another /
  • Joseph T. Shipley
  • Designations for colored folks /
  • H.L. Mencken
  • Parents, it's your fault /
  • Norris E. Orchard
  • Why call it remedial work? /
  • H.P. Maynard
  • The
  • calamities of Betty /
  • Thomas W. Moore
  • Seniors plan a basic library for high school graduation /
  • Isadora W. Miles
  • Using grammar for correctness and style /
  • W. Wilbur Hatfield
  • You can't write writing /
  • Wendell Johnson
  • Let's teach composition /
  • Edward W. Hamilton
  • Literature and society /
  • Austin Warren
  • Obscurity as fetish /
  • Wylie Sypher
  • Time and the novel /
  • Laura Krey
  • Shakespeare and American scholarship /
  • Robert Adger Law
  • Shakespeare /
  • William S. Knickerbocker
  • Why reach Milton now? /
  • George Coffin Taylor
  • A
  • note on the writer's craft /
  • John Erskine
  • The
  • word and the fact /
  • Archibald MacLeish
  • The
  • five master terms /
  • Kenneth Burke
  • The
  • great traditions /
  • Edward Foster