A Pun My Word: A Humorously Enlightened Path to English Usage Paperback – 28 Apr 1991
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Shipman has an easy way of explaining word usage.--Donald F. Brod, Chair, Department of Journalism, Northern Illinois University
...a superb guide to the intricacies of the language....provides clear distinctions between and among confusing words but does so in a light and often humorous manner. Such a book is especially useful to journalism students, and even practicing journalists...--John C. Merrill, Professor Emeritus of Journalism, University of Missouri
...a sophisticated yet practical guide to the many common confusions of English usage, leavened with uncommon wit....--Joan Konner, Dean, Graduate School of Journalism, Columbia University
RQ^RA Pun My Word^I educates with humor and charm....--Jane F. Earley, Dean of the College of Arts and Humanities, Mankato State University
This reference should be on the desks of journalists, students, and all of us who remain concerned with the nuances of language.--James R. Boylan, University of Massachusetts
DEGREESRA Pun My Word DEGREESI educates with humor and charm....--Jane F. Earley, Dean of the College of Arts and Humanities, Mankato State University
About the Author
Robert Shipman is an Emeritus Professor of Mass Communications, Mankato State University.