709 - Surprise! The History of Semicolons Is Exciting.
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Publication Date |
Jul 29, 2019
Episode Duration |
00:31:45
I talked with Cecelia Watson, author of the new book "Semicolon" about how grammar writers in the 1800s became fabulously wealthy, struggled to create rules, and had vicious arguments; and we talked about how researching the book changed her approach to teaching writing and a whole bunch more.

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