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What is a letter? 6 The Project Gutenberg eBook of How to Write Letters, by Mary Owens Crowther too much trouble to write
What is a letter? 6 The Project Gutenberg eBook of How to Write Letters, by Mary Owens Crowther too much trouble to write. But a man dictating may, especially if he be interrupted by telephone calls, ramble all around what he wants to say and in the end have used two pages for what ought to have been said in three lines.
Title: How to Write Letters (Formerly The Book of Letters). A Complete Guide to Correct Business and Personal Correspondence. Author: Mary Owens Crowther. How to write letters. Formerly the book of letters).
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The mechanical construction of a letter, whether social, friendly, or business, falls into six or seven parts. This arrangement has become established by the best custom
The mechanical construction of a letter, whether social, friendly, or business, falls into six or seven parts. This arrangement has become established by the best custom. The divisions are as follows: 1. Heading 2. Inside address (Always used in business letters but omitted in social and friendly letters) 3. Salutation 4. Body 5. Complimentary close 6. Signature 7. Superscription. The heading of a letter contains the street address, city, state, and the date. The examples below will illustrate: 2018 Calumet Street or 1429 Eighth Avenue Chicago, Ill. New York, .
Excerpt of Chapter II: THE PURPOSE OF THE LETTER No one can go far wrong in writing any sort of letter if first the trouble be taken to set out the exact object of the letter. A letter always has an . .bject-otherwise why write it? But somehow, and particularly in the dictated letter, the object frequently gets lost in the words. A handwritten letter is not so apt to be wordy-it is too much trouble to write
by Mary Owens Crowther. Everybody wrote letters, and a surprising number of people wrote letters well. Our own three most famous epistolers of the male .
by Mary Owens Crowther. x, Horace Walpole, Gray, and Cowper-belong wholly to it; and 'Lady Mary'-our most famous she-ditto-belongs to it by all but her childhood; as does Chesterfield, whom some not bad judges would put not far if at all below the three men. just mentioned. The rise of the novel in this century is hardly more remarkable than the way in which that novel almost wedded itself-certainly joined itself in the most frequent friendship-to the letter-form.
ENG. Number of Pages. Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H). 9 x . 4 x . 3 Inches.