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The New Oxford Style Manual brings together the new editions of two essential reference works in a single volume. Combining New Hart's Rules with the New Oxford Dictionary for Writers and Editors, this is the definitive guide to the written word.
New Hart's Rules, Oxford's definite guide to style, gives authoritative and expert advice on how to prepare copy for publication in print and electronically. Topics covered include how to punctuate and hyphenate accurately, capitalization guidelines, structuring text coherently, how to use quotations and citations clearly, how to provide accurate references, UK and US usage, and much more. Recent developments in the publishing industry, such as scientific publishing conventions have been included in the up-to-date second edition.
These guidelines are complemented by the New Oxford Dictionary for Writers and Editors which features 25,000 A to Z entries giving authoritative advice on those words and names which raise questions time and time again because of spelling, capitalization, hyphenation, or cultural and historical context. Entries give full coverage of recommended spellings, variant forms, confusable words, hyphenation, capitalization, foreign and specialist terms, proper names, and abbreviations. The New Oxford Style Manual also includes superb appendices for quick reference including proofreading marks, countries and currencies, and alphabets.
Combining these two updated works and drawing on the unrivalled research and expertise of the Oxford Reference and Dictionaries departments, New Oxford Style Manual is an essential part of every editor's and writer's toolkit.
New Harts Rules
1: The parts of a book
2: Preparing copy
3: Spelling and hyphenation
7: Italic, roman, and other type treatments
8: Work titles in text
9: Quotations and direct speech
10: Abbreviations and symbols
11: Numbers and dates
13: Law and legal references
14: Science, mathematics, and computing
15: Lists and tables
16: Illustrations and artwork
17: Notes and references
20: Copyright and other publishing responsibilities
21: US and British English
New Oxford Dictionary for Writers and Editors
"This combined volume is substantial [...] perfectly usable as a desk tool."
– Val Hamilton, Reference Reviews