From basic poetry to pop lyrics, from Charles Dickens to Dolly Parton, even from Jesus to James Bond, Mark Forsyth explains the secrets and techniques that make a phrase – equivalent to “O Captain! My Captain!” or “To be or to not be” – memorable. In his inimitably entertaining and splendidly witty type, he takes aside well-known phrases and exhibits how you can also write like Shakespeare or quip like Oscar Wilde. Whether or not you’re aiming to realize literary immortality or simply hoping to ship the right one-liner, The Components of Eloquence proves that you simply don’t must have something vital to say – you merely must say it effectively. In an age unhealthily obsessive about the facility of substance, it is a ebook that highlights the significance of favor.
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