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Michelangelo And The Art Of Letter Writing

Author : Deborah Parker
ISBN : 9780521761406
Genre : History
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Deborah Parker examines Michelangelo's use of language in his correspondence as a means of understanding the creative process of this extraordinary artist.
Category: History

Samuel Richardson And The Art Of Letter Writing

Author : Louise Curran
ISBN : 9781107131514
Genre : Literary Collections
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Examines Samuel Richardson's letters and novels, and explores the interconnection between fiction and correspondence in eighteenth-century literature.
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The Lost Art Of Letter Writing

Author : Menna van Praag
ISBN : 9780749021054
Genre : Fiction
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In a forgotten nook of Cambridge a little shop stands where thousands of sheets of beautiful paper and hundreds of exquisite pens wait for the next person who, with Clara Cohen’s help, will express the love, despair and desire they feel to correspondents alive, estranged or dead. Clara knows better than most the power a letter can have to turn a person’s life around, so when she discovers a cache of wartime love letters, she follows them on the start of on a profound journey of her own.
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The Art Of Letter Writing

Author : Jean Robertson
ISBN : LCCN:43009762
Genre : English language
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To The Letter

Author : Simon Garfield
ISBN : 9780698138605
Genre : Literary Collections
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The New York Times bestselling author of Just My Type and On the Map offers an ode to letter writing and its possible salvation in the digital age. Few things are as exciting—and potentially life-changing—as discovering an old letter. And while etiquette books still extol the practice, letter writing seems to be disappearing amid a flurry of e-mails, texting, and tweeting. The recent decline in letter writing marks a cultural shift so vast that in the future historians may divide time not between BC and AD but between the eras when people wrote letters and when they did not. So New York Times bestselling author Simon Garfield asks: Can anything be done to revive a practice that has dictated and tracked the progress of civilization for more than five hundred years? In To the Letter, Garfield traces the fascinating history of letter writing from the love letter and the business letter to the chain letter and the letter of recommendation. He provides a tender critique of early letter-writing manuals and analyzes celebrated correspondence from Erasmus to Princess Diana. He also considers the role that letters have played as a literary device from Shakespeare to the epistolary novel, all the rage in the eighteenth century and alive and well today with bestsellers like The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society. At a time when the decline of letter writing appears to be irreversible, Garfield is the perfect candidate to inspire bibliophiles to put pen to paper and create “a form of expression, emotion, and tactile delight we may clasp to our heart.”
Category: Literary Collections

Letter Writing Manuals And Instruction From Antiquity To The Present

Author : Carol Poster
ISBN : 1570036519
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Once nearly as ubiquitous as dictionaries and cookbooks are today, letter-writing manuals and their predecessors served to instruct individuals not only on the art of letter composition but also, in effect, on personal conduct. Poster and Mitchell contend that the study of letter-writing theory, which bridges rhetorical theory and grammatical studies, represents an emerging discipline in need of definition. In this volume, they gather the contributions of eleven experts to sketch the contours of epistolary theory and collect the historic and bibliographic materials - from Isocrates to email - that form the basis for its study.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

The Art Of Letter Writing

Author : Jean Robertson
ISBN : LCCN:43009762
Genre : English language
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Category: English language