|Statement||by Robert Graves ... & Alan Hodge ...|
|Contributions||Hodge, Alan, 1915- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||PR751 .G7 1943a|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||446|
|LC Control Number||43016009|
In late October , Robert Graves wrote to Alan Hodge: “I have begun a new book, about English.” Graves and Hodge had recently completed a social history of the between-wars period called The Long Week-End. Now they embarked on this new project, “a handbook for writers of English Prose,” to be called The Reader Over Your : Seven Stories Press. "The Reader Over Your Shoulder" is the most painstaking and explicit guide ever published on the craft of revising one's prose/5. The Reader over your Shoulder: A Handbook for Writers of English Prose [Robert Graves, Alan Hodge] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Solutions to the common problems encountered in writing English prose are discussed and illustrated in critical examinations of the work of prominent writers/5(13). The Reader Over Your Shoulder: A Handbook for Writers of English Prose [Robert; Hodge, Alan Graves] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Reader Over Your Shoulder/5(13).
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