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What makes a book readable
William S. Gray

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What makes a book readable
with special reference to adults of limited reading ability
an initial study, by William S. Gray and Bernice E. Leary.

Published 1935 by The University of Chicago press in Chicago, Ill .
Written in English.

Edition Notes

This volume reports in part the results of an inquiry into the nature of adult reading materials made by the Joint committee on the reading interests and habits of adults. cf. Pref.
"Predicted difficulty of 350 books": p. 339-350. "Textbooks in reading used in the interpretation of areas of difficulty represented by 350 adult books": p. 351-352.

Series
The University of Chicago studies in library science

Classifications

Library of Congress
BF456.R2 G72

The Physical Object

Pagination
xviii, 358 p.
Number of pages
358

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL6328189M
LC Control Number
35027192
OCLC/WorldCat
1894292

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