William Strunk, Jr. first used his own book, The Elements of Style, in 1919 for his English 8 course at Cornell University. The book was published in 1935 by Oliver Strunk.
E. B. White was a student in Professor Strunk's class at Cornell, and used "the little book" for himself. Commissioned by Macmillan to revise Strunk's book, White edited the 1959 and 1972 editions of The Elements of Style.
give this to every grade 4 kid in your life and set them up right. its only a few pages so maybe even do a "once a week" after school lesson. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Christopher Rossiter
Replacement for copy gone missing from my library. A basic for any writer or reader.Published 5 months ago by valeria kennedy
No writer should be without this book, and everyone I mention it to orders a copy for themselves. Perfect example of good writing: brief, clear and concise.Published 7 months ago by Sheila White
Very good book , it's a must have for every English speaking person.Published 7 months ago by Colin Henville
A review of this book is almost unnecessary. If you ever write and want someone to read it, you own this book. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Kevin Krogstad