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Introduction English professor William Strunk Jr. Among Strunk's students was E. Whitewho many years later wrote an article about Strunk for the New Yorker magazine. The article led Macmillan publishers to ask White to revise Strunk's original book for general publication. Strunk died in This first published edition of The Elements of Style came out in and credited Strunk and White as coauthors.
To supplement his other additions and revisions, White added a fifth chapter, "An Approach to Style. White made minor changes for a second edition published in and further additions and updates for the third edition, published in A fourth edition published in includes a new introduction written by White's stepson, Roger Angell.
Since publication of the edition, The Elements of Style has been widely considered a necessary reference for both academic and professional writers. Generations of students, teachers, writers, and editors have known it simply as "Strunk and White.
After earning a bachelor's degree at the University of Cincinnati in and a Ph. He taught English at Cornell for forty-six years. Strunk wrote the first edition of The Elements of Style for the use of his students and had it privately printed in Tenney as coauthor, was printed in The only other book Strunk wrote was English Metres, published locally in Strunk married Olivia Emilie Locke inand they had two sons and a daughter.
Strunk died in Ithaca, New Yorkon September 26, Elwyn Brooks White, who used the name E.
White was Strunk's student at Cornell, from which he earned a bachelor's degree inand went on to become a well-known writer. InWhite went to work for The New Yorker, which had been founded a year earlier and would launch the careers of some of the most respected writers of the coming decades.
White was widely appreciated as an essayist and humorist, but his best-known works today are his children's books, including Stuart LittleCharlotte's Web ; the Newbery Honor Book for and winner of several other awardsand The Trumpet of the Swan ; nominated for a National Book Award in and winner of several awards including the Children's Book Award from the William Allen White Library at Emporia State University.
In addition to many other awards and honorary degrees, White was honored in with a Pulitzer Prize special citation for his body of work. InMacmillan hired White to revise Strunk's "little book," as the professor had called it, for general publication.
This edition of The Elements of Style, published inbecame the classic that generations of college students have known as "Strunk and White.Reach your academic happy place with access to thousands of textbook solutions written by subject matter experts.
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