A wonderful book that delights in demonstrating, well, how not to write. And it’s full of lines like:

Unlike the period, which decisively separates complete thoughts, or the comma, which gently separates phrases, the semicolon is the Cleopatra of punctuation marks; she separates and connects at the same time, making hungry where most she satisfies.

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