On Writing Well Quiz

William Zinsser
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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

What has literature transformed into? (from Part III: Chapter 11 Nonfiction as Literature)

2.

Why is it important for writers to read constantly? (from Part I: Chapter 6 Words)

3.

Do readers generally like knowing about athletes' personal lives? (from Part III: Chapter 17 Sports)

4.

What do people need to understand about science? (from Part III: Chapter 15 Science and Technology)

5.

Why should companies learn to produce better writing? (from Part III: Chapter 16 Business Writing: Writing in Your Job)

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