The Elements of Style by WILLIAM STRUNK
The Elements of Style
This book plans to give in a word space the key prerequisites of plain English style. It means to help the undertaking of educator and understudy by concentrating consideration (in Chapters II and III) on a couple of basics, the standards of use and standards of structure most regularly damaged. As per this arrangement it sets down three principles for the utilization of the comma, rather than a score or more, and one for the utilization of the semicolon, in the conviction that these four guidelines accommodate all the inside accentuation that is required by nineteen sentences out of twenty.