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Sources Cited

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In these discussions on Grammar.com, I cite some of my favorite sources. To save space, I use the “short citations” below:

Short Citation Source Cited
Garner Oxford Bryan A. Garner, The Oxford Dictionary of American Usage
and Style
(Oxford Univ. Press, 2000).
Garner Legal Bryan A. Garner, A Dictionary of Modern Legal Usage
(Oxford Univ. Press, 2d ed. 1995).
Follett Wilson Follett, Modern American Usage: A Guide
(Hill & Wang, 1998).
Fowler Henry W. Fowler, A Dictionary of Modern English Usage
(Oxford Univ. Press, 2d ed. 1965).
New Fowler Henry W. Fowler, The New Fowler’s Modern English Usage
(Clarendon Press, 3d ed. 1996).
Kane Thomas S. Kane, The Oxford Guide to Writing
(Oxford Univ. Press 1983).
Strunk & White William Strunk, Jr., and E.B. White, The Elements of Style
(Allyn & Bacon, 4th ed. 2000).
Random House The Random House Dictionary of the English Language
(2d ed. 1987).

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