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Metapunctuation (Entrepid Linguistic Library)

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The richness of English comes from its enormous vocabulary—upward of a million words. But how many punctuation marks are available to help communicate all the subtlety and nuances of the language? A piddling handful of tired, overworked dots, dashes, and devices that fall short when it comes to delivering the written word as the writer intended

Mass Market Paperback, 192 pages
Published October 2nd 1993 by Laurel
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In the old pre-website days you could find Lewis Burke Frumkes between Fruit and Frustration in the Readers Guide to Periodical Literature. But Lewis has grown some and now as you meet his cyberself you may be surprised to find that he is the author of seven books most notably “How To Raise Your I.Q. By Eating Gifted Children,” “Metapunctuation,” “The Logophile’s Orgy,” and “Manhattan Cocktail; ...more
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