A cornucopia of rhetorically revelry,
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This is not just a solid source of reference to combat this dumbed-down world of pedagogic mediocrity, but a good read!
Mark Forsyth makes entertaining reference to worthy exemplary authors, whether ancient, established or modern and vernacular, to demonstrate that eloquence is part and parcel of our daily language.
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Initial post: 14 Dec 2013 15:39:29 GMT
Douglas Wood says:
"to demonstrate that eloquence is part and parcel of our daily language".
If only it really were part of our daily language or, better and more fun still, parcel of it!
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