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A Treatise of stops, points, or pauses, 1680.

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Published by Scolar P. in Menston (Yorks.) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • English language -- Punctuation -- Early works to 1800.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEnglish linguistics, 1500-1800; a collection of facsimile reprints,, no. 65
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPE1450.A2 T7 1680a
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[12], 3-24 p.
    Number of Pages24
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5662969M
    LC Control Number68112215

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Genre/Form: Early works Early works to Ouvrages avant Additional Physical Format: Online version: Treatise of stops, points, or pauses,   As an anonymous English teacher suggested in the ''Treatise of Stops, Points or Pauses,'' a full stop is ''a Note of perfect Sense, and of a perfect Sentence.''" Manguel concludes his essay with "'No iron,' Isaac Babel wrote, 'can stab the heart with such force as a full stop.

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(pp. ) Walker, William Some improvements to the art of teaching. Inan anonymous “well-wisher to the attainments of children” wrote A Treatise of Stops, Points, or Pauses. At only 19 pages, this punctuation guide is a slight affair. At only 19 pages. A 1680. book of stops, points, or pauses, PE A2 T7 A A fresh approach to teaching puncutation: helping young writers use conventions with precision and purpose / by Janet Angelillo ; foreword by Lucy A Treatise of stops Calkins ; [interior photographs by James Levin].

The earliest English grammar book to define the use of quotation marks, the Treatise of Stops, Points, or Pauses () calls them “A note of Citation” and suggests “This note is made, when Authors quoted are / And doth shew forth, what they to us declare.” 24 This late-seventeenth-century textbook suggests that quotation marks, like.

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The earliest work on punctuation in English is the anonymous Treatise of Stops, Points, or Pauses, published in London in The theory of punctuation presented here is based entirely on breathing and rhetorical pauses.

Clearly designed for classroom use, it contains the following verses for easy memorization: A comma is a breathing stop: no. Pausing points include the comma, semicolon, and colon. The em dash and ellipsis, covered elsewhere, can also indicate pause. About this guide Contact the editor.

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Use ILLiad for articles and. The first marks seen in English writing indicated pauses in a sentence: brief pauses in mid-sentence (voiced with a rising intonation), versus a longer, final pause at the end (a falling intonation).

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