A little book to help folks compose their own greetings.
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Sadie Harris's book guides you past the canned speech of habitual language into the realm of creating your own unique greeting cards and verses. Beginning with the importance of word choice and advice on structure and meaning, the book continues with chapters divided into major holidays, special occasions, and entering contests. Harris instructs in the traditional mode of greetings and verse, including the importance of metrical language, so if you like rhythm and rhyme in your messages, scan this guide. ENDFrom the Back Cover:
Have you tried, at one time or another, to express best wishes gracefully and personally in writing, only to give up and buy a greeting card with a canned and conventional sentiment? This little book will show you how to compose your own unique greetings, in verse or in prose, for occasions great and small. If you make your own handmade cards or want to personalize commercial cards and notes, gift tags, place cards, and myriad other greetings, a few well-chosen words can make all the difference.
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Book Description Green Editorial, 1996. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111558215026
Book Description Green Editorial, 1996. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1558215026