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Who wrote a book without any punctuation?
Self proclaimed Lord Timothy Dexter.
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The book "Little Women" begins with the line "Christmas won't be Christmas without any presents." The line is spoken by main character Jo. "Little Women" is a classic novel wr…itten by American writer Louisa May Alcott.
Mixed punctuation actually means that you add a colon to the end of a salutation in your documents. Open means you do not add a colon; for example: Dear Susie …Thanks for calling! Whereas for mixed punctuation: Dear Susie: Thanks for calling!
According the MLA format, all titles of books are to be either underlined or italicized.
i believe there is a comma. but i also believe there can be a colon. Ex: There are many kinds of fruits such as, bananas, oranges and apples. Ex: There are many kinds of f…ruits such as: bananas, oranges, and apples.
The Deuteronomist An anonymous author now known as the Deuteronomist is believed to have written seven books: Deuteronomy as well as Joshua, Judges, 1 Samuel, 2 Samu…el, 1 Kings and 2 Kings (the Deuteronomic History). However, 1 Samuel and 2 Samuel were originally a single book, as were 1 Kings and 2 Kings. The apostle Paul Thrteen books have been attributed to the apostle Paul, but only seven, or possibly even five are considered by biblical scholars to be genuine, with the remainder called pseudo-Pauline epistles. The epistles that are considered genuine are Romans, 1 Corinthians, 2 Corinthians, Philemon, Galatians, Philippians and 1 Thessalonians. Based on a computer analysis of the epistles attributed to Paul, A.Q. Morton believes that Philippians and 1 Thessalonians are not genuine. F C Baur's also rejected 1 Thessalonians as a genuine Pauline letter, largely because of an absence of any reference to Righteousness or Justification, considered by some to be the centre of Pauline theology. On the other hand, there is internal evidence in 2 Corinthians that it may once have been three separate letters that were subsequently amalgamated into a single epistle for convenience to the Church.
Two sentences can be joined, as clauses, by a semicolon. Here's an example sentence: The repairman studied the damage to my fender; he was assessing the dama…ge or perhaps what I'd be willing to pay.
In the movie Charly he wrote seemingly gibberish on the blackboard and asked anyone to punctuate it All you can remember is the first 2 sentences That that is is That that is not is not Any more of it?
That, that is, is. That, that is not, is not. Is that it? It is.
it 's either underlined or italicized.
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Who Wrote This Book was written by James Magee.
In Anne Frank
No she didn't receive any awards and that is because it was written by her uncle after she had died and also she never wrote that book it was her confidential diary eve…ryone now has read.
It is supposed to be underlined or italicized.
In The Bible
In regard to the Old Testament Moses is reasonably considered by scholars to have written the books which bear his name, or at least, in the case of Genesis, to have been …the final editor. Clearly Paul In order for a person to qualify as an author of books of the Bible that person would firstly require reasonable factual evidence that they existed and that they authored the books that bear their name. In any case, Paul, who is attributed with thirteen, has a lot more in terms of numbers. The simple explanations, which line up with what happens in actual practice today, that the same author can write with different styles, easily accounts for the alleged impossibility of Paul having written the books which bear his name. Together with this is the fact that the early Christians were particular in knowing the authority or source of a work in order to know its 'apostolic authority' and thus to trust its teachings. Paul's works were addressed to different audiences, had different subject matter and also Paul himself had different circumstances in which he wrote, together with the use of different secretaries who wrote for him. All of this easily accounts for the differences of the thirteen books written by Paul. In terms of the amount of words and size of contribution, Moses probably ranks slightly ahead of Paul, as many of Paul's works are relatively short being letters to churches about specific concerns. Moses' works, on the other hand, although only five are generally of much greater length.
When punctuating a series of books you would generally separate the titles with commas but it depends upon if you are writing casually or academically. Consulting a style …manual would be advisable when writing academically.