writing style

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Noun1.writing style - a style of expressing yourself in writing
drama - the literary genre of works intended for the theater
prose - ordinary writing as distinguished from verse
expressive style, style - a way of expressing something (in language or art or music etc.) that is characteristic of a particular person or group of people or period; "all the reporters were expected to adopt the style of the newspaper"
form - an arrangement of the elements in a composition or discourse; "the essay was in the form of a dialogue"; "he first sketches the plot in outline form"
poesy, poetry, verse - literature in metrical form
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It is so much fun, studying old Chinese phrases and various writing styles and thinking for myself about how those different writing styles have gotten to develop over time.
I believe there is room in Canadian Dimension for a variety of writing styles, and that as people who seek to challenge the status quo, we should be wary of the danger of imposing too little on our readers' attention spans and critical faculties.
The history of teaching calligraphy was connected in fact not only with the development of writing styles and instruments but--particularly in the Italian context--it was burdened with other issues also, such as the teaching of reading and writing, the learning of the national Italian language itself, and pedagogical issues more in general.
With the scandal, a puzzle was set for scientists, who have since tried various statistical techniques to characterize the writing styles of the three men.
A "must-have" for anyone preparing a scholarly work, especially if for one of these big four writing styles.
Featuring a range of individual texts for an evaluation and discussion providing students with a practical approach to learning how to write, A Practical Introduction To Writing Studies prepares them for success and discipline in written communications, acknowledges the students ability to participate in critical conversation and writing styles, recognizes the importance of helping students at all levels to learn on basic method for writing research papers and two of the more commonly used documentation formats, uses the Socratic method to expose students to the history, theory, and research throughout writing studies, and promotes the idea that writing studies is a structurally important and essential study for high school and college students.
A perfect introduction to the fantasy genre, this collection offers readers a starting place where they can explore a wide range of writing styles.
Children must be introduced to a variety of genres and writing styles to help develop their own interest in reading and writing.
This distracts from the narration but adds a richness of speculation that is frequently lost in modern writing styles.
As is to be expected, the writers, and accordingly their writing styles, are diverse.