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Letters to the editor


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    • Letters to the editor
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    • Editor, Letters to the
    • Letters to the press
    • Press, Letters to the
  • Broader Terms

  • Sources

    • found: Work cat.: Wilde, O. The annotated prison writings of Oscar Wilde, 2018(contents include: Letter to the Daily chronicle, 27 May 1897 -- Letter to the Daily chronicle, 23 March 1898)
    • found: Twain, M. Mark Twain on potholes and politics : letters to the editor, 2014.
    • found: Feed back : letters to the editor of the Times of India, ©1988.
    • found: Greene, G. Yours etc. : letters to the press, 1989.
    • found: Shaw, B. Agitations : letters to the press 1875-1950, ©1985.
    • found: Raghavendra Rao, B. A chronicle of letters : written to various newspapers from 1976 to 2013, 2014.
    • found: Small fires : letters from the Soviet people to Ogonyok magazine, 1987-1990, ©1985.
    • found: Art & architecture thesaurus online, Oct. 12, 2018(letters to the editor. Letters written to a newspaper or magazine to present a position, make a correction, or respond to another story or letter.)
    • found: Reitz, J.M. ODLIS : online dictionary for library and information science, Oct. 12, 2018(letter to the editor: A letter, usually printed at the discretion of the publisher on the editorial page of a newspaper or magazine, in which a reader expresses his or her views on the subject of a previously published article or editorial, or on the editorial policy of the publication in general, sometimes followed by a brief response from the editor(s).)
    • notfound: RBMS controlled vocabularies: genre terms, via WWW, Oct. 12, 2018
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