Manual of Style Epub Ø Manual of Kindle -

Manual of Style Epub Ø Manual of Kindle -


Manual of Style ❮Ebook❯ ➦ Manual of Style ➧ Author University of Chicago Press – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk The Chicago Manual of Style by University of Chicago Press Staff Editor 9th Edition Countless publishing professionals have learned the details of their business from this classic guide for publishers The Chicago Manual of Style by University of Chicago Press Staff Editor th Edition Countless publishing professionals have learned the details of their business from this classic guide for publishers editors and writers In the s a proofreader at the University of Chicago Press prepared a single sheet of typographic fundamentals intended as a guide for the University community That sheet grew into a pamphlet and the Manual of Kindle - pamphlet grew into a book Clear concise and replete with commonsense advice.

  • Paperback
  • 408 pages
  • Manual of Style
  • University of Chicago Press
  • English
  • 10 January 2015
  • 9789562913966

10 thoughts on “Manual of Style

  1. Mark Mark says:

    It doesn't matter if you're a fan of MLA AP or even dare I say it Franklin Covey the Chicago Manual of Style will never let real world writers and editors down Sure at first you'll stagger through its appendix and feel overwhelmed by the layout but rest assured with time you'll come to rely on it like your trusty blankey that has always been there for you through all these yearsBy real world writers and editors I mean that elitist class of people who poo poo on people who write for fun

  2. Katherine Katherine says:

    My Bible Why did they have to change the rule about a bold or italic punctuation mark being set bold or italic according to the preceding typeface? Why don't they include better samples of how to abbreviate journal titles for Documentation II style?Why is the index still horrendous?I use this book every single day even if I'm just threatening my dog with it to get her off the furniture

  3. Will Will says:

    Memo to Goodreads admin people the 15th edition is old hat Nowadays it is the 16th edition that is authoritative The once proud 15th edition has had its pedestal tugged out from under it Only losers refer to the old fashioned outmoded antiuated 15th edition any or even hold on to their copy Screw the 15th edition Please create a listing for the Chicago Manual of Style 16th edition I'd like to post a review complaining that I see few differences between it and the 15th edition which in turn had few differences from the 14th My review would also do some navel gazing about the tension between the strong idea of scholarly authority which pervades the manual's rhetoric and the stance of the University of Chicago economics department the publications of which are sometimes mentioned therein as stylistic examples which teaches resolute nihilism regarding such authority We're all probably better off that I'm not able to expand on this thought in a longer review

  4. Mir Mir says:

    Too heavy too expensive and too orange Other than that it is great Very thorough and well organized This is the only style guide I've had where I could both locate the information I needed uickly and get a sufficiently clear and complete explanation to be sure how it applied to my own writing

  5. Erik Graff Erik Graff says:

    Having been laid off from my happy position at Loyola University Chicago having no luck at finding a similar position there or elsewhere and being semi employed by a small academic publishing house I decided to get serious about another career So I started publishing lots reviews and one scholarly article and began trying to drum up editorial work Being already familiar with the MLA style I picked up a copy of the Chicago Manual of Style and read through the whole thing It wasn't so bad Indeed many mysteries a lot of which obtain because of the differences between British and American conventions were solved by this studyNow of course what with the whole internet revolution and all I should do the whole business over again

  6. Carlston Floyd Carlston Floyd says:

    Torture

  7. Lavina Lavina says:

    The serial comma is a beautiful perfect thing This book is nowhere near perfect but there's nothing else like it

  8. Mariana Mariana says:

    This is the book that should be in every drawer in every hotel room I'll get right on the phone with the Gideons

  9. Neil R. Coulter Neil R. Coulter says:

    I’ve long been familiar with CMOS of course but this was my first time working all the way through it section by section It was also my first time teaching it in a doctoral level research and communication course It is truly a magnificent tome and even though I’ve now read every page I will probably continue to be amazed afresh at rediscovering all it contains

  10. Noah Thompson Noah Thompson says:

    It’s kind of long and although it’s around 1000 pages it never got into style and how I should dress

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10 thoughts on “Manual of Style

  1. Mark Mark says:

    It doesn't matter if you're a fan of MLA AP or even dare I say it Franklin Covey the Chicago Manual of Style will never let real world writers and editors down Sure at first you'll stagger through its appendix and feel overwhelmed by the layout but rest assured with time you'll come to rely on it like your trusty blankey that has always been there for you through all these yearsBy real world writers and editors I mean that elitist class of people who poo poo on people who write for fun

  2. Katherine Katherine says:

    My Bible Why did they have to change the rule about a bold or italic punctuation mark being set bold or italic according to the preceding typeface? Why don't they include better samples of how to abbreviate journal titles for Documentation II style?Why is the index still horrendous?I use this book every single day even if I'm just threatening my dog with it to get her off the furniture

  3. Will Will says:

    Memo to Goodreads admin people the 15th edition is old hat Nowadays it is the 16th edition that is authoritative The once proud 15th edition has had its pedestal tugged out from under it Only losers refer to the old fashioned outmoded antiuated 15th edition any or even hold on to their copy Screw the 15th edition Please create a listing for the Chicago Manual of Style 16th edition I'd like to post a review complaining that I see few differences between it and the 15th edition which in turn had few differences from the 14th My review would also do some navel gazing about the tension between the strong idea of scholarly authority which pervades the manual's rhetoric and the stance of the University of Chicago economics department the publications of which are sometimes mentioned therein as stylistic examples which teaches resolute nihilism regarding such authority We're all probably better off that I'm not able to expand on this thought in a longer review

  4. Mir Mir says:

    Too heavy too expensive and too orange Other than that it is great Very thorough and well organized This is the only style guide I've had where I could both locate the information I needed uickly and get a sufficiently clear and complete explanation to be sure how it applied to my own writing

  5. Erik Graff Erik Graff says:

    Having been laid off from my happy position at Loyola University Chicago having no luck at finding a similar position there or elsewhere and being semi employed by a small academic publishing house I decided to get serious about another career So I started publishing lots reviews and one scholarly article and began trying to drum up editorial work Being already familiar with the MLA style I picked up a copy of the Chicago Manual of Style and read through the whole thing It wasn't so bad Indeed many mysteries a lot of which obtain because of the differences between British and American conventions were solved by this studyNow of course what with the whole internet revolution and all I should do the whole business over again

  6. Carlston Floyd Carlston Floyd says:

    Torture

  7. Lavina Lavina says:

    The serial comma is a beautiful perfect thing This book is nowhere near perfect but there's nothing else like it

  8. Mariana Mariana says:

    This is the book that should be in every drawer in every hotel room I'll get right on the phone with the Gideons

  9. Neil R. Coulter Neil R. Coulter says:

    I’ve long been familiar with CMOS of course but this was my first time working all the way through it section by section It was also my first time teaching it in a doctoral level research and communication course It is truly a magnificent tome and even though I’ve now read every page I will probably continue to be amazed afresh at rediscovering all it contains

  10. Noah Thompson Noah Thompson says:

    It’s kind of long and although it’s around 1000 pages it never got into style and how I should dress

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