INTERNATIONAL PAPER POWER OF THE PRINTED WORD SERIES - 14 ISSUES

By: Various

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Fourteen sheets printed on recto and verso. (11"x8-3/8") Advertising campaign for the International Paper Co. enlisting celebrities and writers to share their tips on reading comprehension and writing style. The 14 issues included here are: How to Enjoy the Classics by Steve Allen (1982), How to Punctuate by Russell Baker (1984), How to Encourage Your Child to Read by Erma Bombeck (1984), How to Read Faster by Bill Cosby (1982), How to Enjoy Poetry by James Dickey (1982), How to Write a Business Letter by Malcolm Forbes (1983), How to Spell by John Irving (1983), How to Use a Library by James A. Michener (1982), How to Make a Speech by George Plimpton (1983), How to Read an Annual Report by Jane Bryant Quinn (1982), How to Improve Your Vocabulary by Tony Plimpton (1982), How to Write a Resume (1982), How to Write Clearly by Edward T. Thompson (1982), and How to Write with Style by Kurt Vonnegut (1982). Missing is How to Read a Newspaper by Walter Cronkite (1985). In 1985, 13 articles in the series were published in book form by Doubleday as How to Use the Power of the Printed Word.

Title: INTERNATIONAL PAPER POWER OF THE PRINTED WORD SERIES - 14 ISSUES

Author Name: Various

Categories: MISCELLANEOUS,

Publisher: New York, International Paper Co.: 1982 - 1984

Book Condition: Very good

Seller ID: G2224

Keywords: Writing Reading Business Correspondence