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“the turn of the nineteenth century” or “the turn of the twentieth century”? It seems that since the...years 1800 to 1899 have been referred to as the nineteenth century, then the turn from 1899 to 1900...should be referred to as “the turn of the nineteenth century.” Please advise. A. There is no...

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nineteenth century” or “at the turn of the twentieth century”? Most of the writers I’ve edited use the...latter, but I’ve always thought the former makes more sense, in that the nineteenth century is doing...beginning of the twentieth century,” or “at the end of the nineteenth century,” or “in the years...

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or italicized symbols with no apostrophes? A. To channel Bartleby (Melville’s fictional nineteenth ...

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FAQ Item Capitalization Q. I am an editor of a nineteenth-century writer’s manuscripts. We are...

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footnotes and bibliography? I want to reference a published nineteenth-century auction catalog that...

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sources from the nineteenth century. Does that count as old? These sources seem to have idiosyncratic...

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Google Books’ Ngram Viewer shows their usage in American English beginning in the early nineteenth century....

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that the fabled nineteenth hole is often so spelled. Whatever you decide, let consistency and clarity be your guide....

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eighteenth- and nineteenth-century English literature? Whilst you dwell on your response, is there...

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considers “1800s” to be equivalent to “nineteenth century”—which also happens to be the more common...

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