“A Sense of Style is rightly hailed as the replacement for the 50+ year old Strunk and White’s ‘Elements of Style.’ Pinker dispenses with pedantic rules and will reinvigorate your love of language and its evolving nature. He affirms that good writing style is found more in the flow of coherent prose than in contortions of syntax. Humorous and sympathetic, Pinker approaches his subject from his specialty as a psycholinguist and this makes the book thoroughly enjoyable.”
– Gina, Main Library Reference
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