Resources Used in This Lesson: Bibliography

Ade, George. “The Fable of the Parents who tinkered with the Offspring.” Fables in Slang. Project Gutenberg. 1899. _OF_THE_PARENTS_WHO_TINKERED_WITH_THE_OFFSPRING.

———. “The Fable of the Corporation Director and the Mislaid Ambition.” Fables in Slang. Project Gutenberg. 1899.

Bryson, Bill. Bryson’s Dictionary of Troublesome Words. New York: Broadway Books, 2002.

Chicago Manual of Style. (16th ed.) Chicago, IL: Chicago University Press, 2010.

Clark, Roy Peter. The Glamour of Grammar. New York: Little, Brown and Company, 2010.

Cook, Vivian. It’s All in a Word. London: Profile Books LTD, 2009.

Fogarty, Mignon. “Capitalizing Proper Nouns.” Grammar Girl’s Quick and Dirty Tips for Better Writing. Podcast audio, September 09, 2010.

———.“Grammar Girl’s Strunk and Twite: An Unofficial Twitter Style Guide (in which every entry is <141 characters.).” December 10, 2009.

———. Quick and Dirty Tips for Better Writing. New York: Henry Holt and Company, 2008.

Friedman, Norman. “Not ‘e.e. cummings.’”

Grammarly Handbook. “Capitalization: Proper Nouns and Words Derived From Them.”

Lederer, Richard. Anguished English. Layton, UT: Wyrick & Company, 2006.

Milne, A.A. Winnie the Pooh. New York: Penguin, 1926.