WTT: Zombie Rule #2

In the 17th century, a man named John Dryden made the executive decision that because it could not be done in Latin, that ending a sentence with a preposition was “not elegant.” And so, centuries later, the world’s best prose, descriptions, and arguments went from being something which we all strived for to something forContinue reading “WTT: Zombie Rule #2”

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WTT: Zombie Rule #1

Let’s talk about dead grammar. There are plenty of rules for grammar which aren’t true any more. Heck, I before E actually has more words which break the rule than words that follow it. Zombie Rules, so called because they are dead but still lifelessly wander the earth looking for writers to scare off, are bothContinue reading “WTT: Zombie Rule #1”

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