Some acclaim for previous editions:
"Buy it, study it, enjoy it. It's as timeless as a book can be in our age of volubility."
The New York Times
"No book in shorter space, with fewer words, will help any writer more than this persistent little volume."
The Boston Globe
"White is one of the best stylists and most lucid minds in this country. What he says and his way of saying it are equally rewarding."
The Wall Street Journal
"The book remains a nonpareil: direct, correct, and delightful."
The New Yorker
". . . Should be the daily companion of anyone who writes for a living, and for that matter, anyone who writes at all."
Greensboro (N.C.) Daily News
"This excellent book, which should go off to college with every freshman, is recognized as the best book of its kind we have."
St. Paul Dispatch Pioneer Press
"It's hard to imagine an engineer or a manager who doesn't need to express himself in English prose as part of his job. It's also hard to imagine a writer who will not be improved by a liberal application of The Elements of Style."
Telephone Engineer & Management
I've placed this book in spot #5 in my Top 100 Programming, Computer and Science books:
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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 5 months ago by Christopher Rossiter
Replacement for copy gone missing from my library. A basic for any writer or reader.Published 6 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 8 months ago by Sheila White