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Harbrace College Handbook by John C. Hodges
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Harbrace College Handbook (1941)

by John C. Hodges, Suzanne S. Webb, Mary E. Whitten

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What can one say about a reference book?
  repsac3 | Dec 28, 2012 |
This an old standard, even if my edition is also a bit dated Sections that are particularly good, not always covered by other such books are an example of writing an entire composition with detailed explanation, how to be exact - using a dictionary to help , transitions between paragraphs, paragraph development ( )
  carterchristian1 | May 5, 2010 |
A concise reference, though not as compact as it would be without hundreds of exercises. It's written as a system for writing, proofreading, and assessing. ( )
  jpsnow | Aug 2, 2009 |
A wonderful friend when it came time to writing those research papers for undergraduate school. No, we didn't have web generated biographies. Instead we did it the old-fashion way: pencil, paper, our handbook, and patience. ( )
  stevetempo | Oct 12, 2008 |
Throughout the years of my higher education in the 1950s and '60s, I got A's on all of my essays, term papers, and lab reports with the help of my American College Dictionary and my Harbrace College Handbook. Whenever I was writing, my Harcourt Brace and my ACD were always within arm's reach. ( )
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John C. Hodgesprimary authorall editionscalculated
Webb, Suzanne S.main authorall editionsconfirmed
Whitten, Mary E.main authorall editionsconfirmed
Connolly, Francis X.secondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
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