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P Language and literature (Go to start of category)
PN Literature: General, Criticism, Collections (Go to start of category)
PN159 .K5 [Info] Practical Hints for Young Writers, Readers, and Book Buyers (Boston: L. C. Page and Co., 1897), by Frederic Lawrence Knowles (page images at HathiTrust)
PN161 .E4 1915 [Info] "1001 Places to Sell Manuscripts" (Ridgewood, NJ: The Editor Co., c1915), ed. by William Reno Kane (multiple formats at
PN161 .H3 [Info] Where to Sell Manuscripts: An Alphabetical and Classified List Arranged for the Writer's Convenience (New York: Hannis Jordan Co., 1915), by Hannis Jordan Company (page images at HathiTrust)
PN161 .M2 1920 [Info] Where and How to Sell Manuscripts: A Directory for Writers (revised edition; Springfield, MA: Home Correspondence School, c1920), ed. by William B. McCourtie (multiple formats at
PN161 .R4 1894 [Info] Five Hundred Places to Sell Manuscripts: A Manual Designed for the Guidance of Writers in Disposing of Their Work (first edition; Franklin, OH: Chronicle Press, c1894), ed. by James Knapp Reeve (multiple formats at
PN161 .R4 1900 [Info] Five Hundred Places to Sell Manuscripts: A Manual Designed for the Guidance of Writers in Disposing of Their Work (fourth edition; Franklin, OH: Editor Pub. Co., 1900), ed. by James Knapp Reeve (multiple formats at
PN161 .R4 1922 [Info] The New 1001 Places to Sell Manuscripts: A Complete Guide for All Writers Who are Seeking Avenues for the Publication of Original Manuscripts (Franklin, OH: James Knapp Reeve, 1922), ed. by James Knapp Reeve and Agnes M. Reeve (multiple formats at
PN161 .W83 [Info] Writer's Market (partial serial archives)
PN162 .H61 2006 [Info] Revision: History, Theory, and Practice (2006), ed. by Alice S. Horning and Anne Becker (PDF files with commentary at Colorado State)
PN165 .D45 [Info] The Calamities and Quarrels of Authors: With Some Inquiries Respecting Their Moral and Literary Characters, and Memoirs for our Literary History (2 volumes; New York: W. J. Widdleton, 1868), by Isaac Disraeli, ed. by Benjamin Disraeli
PN167 .O75 2008 [Info] Originality, Imitation, and Plagiarism: Teaching Writing in the Digital Age (2008), ed. by Caroline Eisner and Martha Vicinus (HTML with commentary at
PN167 .W46 2009 [Info] Who Owns This Text?: Plagiarism, Authorship, and Disciplinary Cultures (Logan, UT: Utah State University Press, c2009), ed. by Carol Peterson Haviland and Joan A. Mullin (PDF with commentary at
PN169 .L3 [Info] How to Fail in Literature: A Lecture (London: Field and Tuer, 1890), by Andrew Lang
PN171 .F56 K6 [Info] Altmetrics for Librarians: 100+ Tips, Tricks, and Examples (London: Altmetric, c2016), by Stacy Konkiel, Natalia Madjarevic, and Amy Rees (PDF with commentary at Figshare)
PN171 .F7 C65 [Info] Literary Cookery, With Reference to Matter Attributed to Coleridge and Shakespeare: A Letter Addressed to "The Athenaeum", With a Postscript Containing Some Remarks Upon the Refusal of That Journal to Print It (London: J.R. Smith, 1855), by Andrew Edmund Brae
PN171.O55 W43 2015 [Info] Web Writing: Why and How for Liberal Arts Teaching and Learning (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2015), ed. by Jack Dougherty and Tennyson Lawrence O'Donnell (HTML with commentary at Digital Culture Books)
PN171 .P7 P7 1910 [Info] Prefaces and Prologues to Famous Books, With Introductions and Notes (Harvard Classics v39; New York: P.F. Collier and Son, c1910), ed. by Charles William Eliot and William Allan Neilson, contrib. by William Caxton, Jean Calvin, Nicolaus Copernicus, John Knox, Edmund Spenser, Walter Raleigh, Francis Bacon, John Heminge, Henry Condell, Isaac Newton, John Dryden, Henry Fielding, Samuel Johnson, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, William Wordsworth, Victor Hugo, Walt Whitman, and Hippolyte Taine
PN171 .P75 L5 [Info] Literary Prizes and Their Winners (full serial archives)
PN171 .Q6 F56 2011 [Info] Why Do We Quote? The Culture and History of Quotation (Cambridge, UK: Open Book Publishers, c2011), by Ruth H. Finnegan
PN171.4 .R54 [Info] The Rhetorical Dimensions of Cyberspace (c1996), ed. by Beth Williams Baldwin and Tim Flood (frame-dependent HTML at Colorado State)
PN173 .W5 [Info] The Arte of Rhetorique, by Thomas Wilson (HTML at Renascence Editions)
PN175 .F7 [Info] The Psychology of Writing Success (New York: The Business bourse, 1933), ed. by J. George Frederick, contrib. by A. A. Brill, Thyra Samter Winslow, Mary Austin, Floyd Dell, and Thomas H. Uzzell (page images at HathiTrust)
PN185 .A674 [Info] Aristotle's Rhetoric: or, the True Grounds and Principles of Oratory, Shewing the Right Art of Pleading and Speaking In Full Assemblies and Courts of Judicature, Made English By the Translators of the Art of Thinking (aka Rhetoric to Alexander, formerly attributed to Aristotle, now generally attributed to Anaximenes; London: Printed by T.B. for R. Taylor, 1686), by Anaximenes of Lampsacus
PN187 .P3 1923 [Info] The Handling of Words, and Other Studies in Literary Psychology (London: J. Lane, c1923), by Vernon Lee (HTML at Gutenberg Canada)
PN203 .R2 [Info] Style, by Walter Raleigh (Gutenberg text)

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