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le 18 juillet 2014
This book it's like you are going to a specific place in ny (because let's suppose you have a Meeting or an interview), you have a car but you Don't have a GPS. You might miss the Meeting or the Interview because you keep looking for the place. This book is a GPS
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le 23 juillet 2001
As the title suggests, this book professes to be a how-to manual for literacy. However, a large portion of the book is devoted to bemoaning the decline of education in America. It is interesting to observe the similariy of the complaints noted in this book and the complaints of today's education critics.
In any case, the tips and suggestions offered in this book are sound. Adler advocates a structured approach to reading to increase comprehension. The general gist of his recommendations hold equally well for writing as for reading.
The reader should be warned that Adler's writing style can be irritating. His tone ranges from nagging to condescending to hectoring. However, once you get past the tone and down to the actual material, this book provides for some very instructional reading.