Hi folks - I'm back again !
I've just been listening to a very interesting radio interview with Christian Bok who's written a new book entitled Eunoia in which each of the five chapters uses words with only the one vowel assigned to that chapter (only A for chapter 1, E for 2, etc.). It took him seven years to write and in this YouTube clip you can hear him reading extracts from the book. Fascinating.
For written extracts, see here.
Hmmm. I've noticed an errant "i" in the extracts from Chapter E. Tut, tut, tsk, tsk .This message has been edited. Last edited by: Dianthus,
I have posted a mono-vowel comment about a catapostrophe in one of the comments.
I liked the comment by Susan Harvey:
That will probably mean little to US readers, but there's a big fuss going on at the moment about some stupid calls made during a radio programme. See this story for the (current) situation.
Build a man a fire and he's warm for a day. Set a man on fire and he's warm for the rest of his life.
What caught my attention was this headline:http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/entertainment/7701153.stm
Since when does "buck" denote British currency?
The buck wasn't meant as currency. See this.
Give a man a fish and he can eat for one day; give a man a fishing pole and he will find an excuse to never work again.
Nollidj is power.