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A Short Guide to Writing About Art, Global Edition Paperback – 7 July 2014
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- Publisher : A&S SOFTSIDE 2 SSA; 11th edition (7 July 2014)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 384 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1292059907
- ISBN-13 : 978-1292059907
- Dimensions : 13.79 x 2.21 x 21.59 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: 218,090 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Content is good, but would say it is definitely overpricedReviewed in the United Kingdom on 27 February 2016
A Kindle book that cannot be downloaded onto a standard Kindle device? Works on Kindle for iPad and Kindle for Mac, but that should be made patently clear. Also more expensive than the standard print book? Content is good, but would say it is definitely overpriced.
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Product as described, no complaints.
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Written with passion for an important subject.
Universally Practical and UsefulReviewed in the United States on 17 February 2018
This work is decades of expertise from a culmination of effort by several field specialists. A Short Guide to Writing About Art is a comprehensive work that covers several angels of writing applicable to not only art, but a world of topics. Believe this is a classroom essential for a variety of liberal arts, writing, and presentation/speaker fields. Each and every page offers useful in-the-field practical applications... just pick a page, ANY page, for useful information. Considerations highlighted by the author, editors, and publication teams that have put this together through the decades are timeless, universal, and constructive. A breath of fresh air in a morass of contemporary cryptic electronic communication blips.
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