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2014-01-10 06:25 pm
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Nonfiction: “I’d Prefer You Know It”

“Speech framed for contemplation of the mind by the way of hearing or speech framed to be heard for its own sake and interest even over and above its interest of meaning.” —Gerard Manley Hopkins

“Style is doomed, to the exact extent it implies a conscious effort to shape the language.” —Steve Almond, This Won’t Take But a Moment, Honey, pg. 21
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