In an essay at The New York Review of Books, writer Perry Link questions whether Western languages’ emphasis on using nouns over using verbs perhaps contributes to, or even creates, philosophical problems. 906 more words
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This is a sensitive topic for me. Studying the classics makes you extremely aware of the passive voice.
I was in a writing group one time where one of the members had followed his whim to walk in Hemingway’s shoes. 189 more words
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Waking up. Going to sleep. Napping when you can. Working out. Lounging. Traveling. Enjoying the comforts of home. Winning. Losing. Remembering. Forgetting. Being. Doing. Crying. Laughing. 17 more words
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Things occur when you least expect them, but take place by arrangement. Still, you can never be sure what might occur at a carefully arranged luncheon.
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After reading this on Yahoo! Beauty, I don’t feel good:
Let’s hope that was just a typo; I’d hate to think the writer thought it was correct.
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