I was recently accepted to Southern New Hampshire University and will be finishing my master’s degree in History there. I noticed that they use the The Chicago Manual of Style, and to be honest, I didn’t want to buy it. I still don’t want to, but I think I may have to. The book is massive and it’s all about writing, and something that I don’t necessarily want to dive into after learning how to write in the MLA style.
Finding A Free The Chicago Manual of Style Download
I was planning on finding a free download of The Chicago Manual of Style, but unfortunately, I wasn’t able to get a link. Then I just fought the notion of piracy and found that you can get this cheaply from a couple of sources. Of all the sources, and all the people that I ran into, I found that there are 2 main options that you can go through to get this book cheap.
The Cheapest Ways To Get The The Chicago Manual of Style
Here are my notes on how to get this book cheapest:
- Borrow one from your friend – that’s right, find a friend, borrow theirs and Xerox copy it or take notes and that’s it.
- Rent The Book – you can rent The Chicago Manual of Style by clicking here, and get it for way cheap, for a short span of time.
- Buy It Used – you can buy the book used and get somewhere between 10 and 20 dollars off by clicking here.
- Buy It New – you can always buy it new by clicking here, and getting a fresh copy of it.
Those are the cheapest ways to get The Chicago Manual of Style. I know, I know, you can dig deep and try to get a free download of it, but chances are, you are going to be like me, and run out of resources fast. As my school year speeds along, I have no real way to get this book for cheaper, so I finally just bit the bullet and bought it outright. I guess it’s good to have on hand. I recommend using the links above, instead of trying to find a free download of The Chicago Manual of Style, simple as that.