A selection of books on punctuation.
by R L Trask
- an indispensable book for anyone who needs to get to grips with using punctuation in their written work. Whether you are puzzled by colons and semicolons, unsure of where commas should go or baffled by apostrophes, this jargon-free, succinct guide is for you.
by Graham King
- a clear presented guide to English punctuation which includes 'Ten Golden Rules of Punctuation' by a Victorian schoolmistress; how to deal with capitalization, full stops and commas; mastery of colons, parentheses, dashes, hyphens, questions, exclamations and apostrophes; the ultimate punctuation test; and witty cartoons by Hunt Emerson.
by Nicole Irving
- If commas are confusing and adjectives perplexing, then this series will enable any reader to assess and improve their skills. With clear and simple explanations the rules and regulations of the English language become clear.
by User Design
- a short book that introduces common and not so common punctuation marks with explanations of their use, examples and cartoons.
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