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1ecoody
Abr 3, 2007, 5:45pm

William Logan said (I think in Desperate Measures) he once thought about being an English major and then said, "Oh, sh**, papers." I am a Masters of Divinity student (with PhD dreams) in the process of starting a writing help-center at Iliff School of Theology. Students here want to save the world from injustice and oppression and are finding "Oh, sh**, papers" to be a battle-cry! There are many non-traditional students that need a bit of a refresher in writing to cope with the masters-level work. Plus, many students are becoming ministers-- performers, teachers, non-profit organizers and counselors rather than specifically writing professionals.

Can anyone suggest a favorite writing guide or help manual for them? Any books on writing I could recommend to these wise and struggling students?

(http://iliffwriting.googlepages.com)

2polutropon
Jul 20, 2007, 5:17pm

The Elements of Style is a perennial favorite.

3jesslyncummings
Abr 4, 2008, 11:06pm

If they are writing pretty hefty (or really polished) research papers, IMO, it's got to be The Craft of Research.

4betterthanchocolate
Out 12, 2008, 2:24am

I agree with jesslyn. The Craft of Research is a well-written guide to writing.