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The greatest thrill in reading a literary work is discovering the unique language of its author’s imagination. During such explorations, one is bound to come across an unfamiliar word. Perhaps it is a word that is vaguely recognized; perhaps it is entirely foreign. Whichever the case, the reader’s obligation is to pause mid-sentence and find its definition so that no part of the intended meaning is lost in translation. The price is discontinuity, but the benefit is immeasurable and does not end with understanding the work at hand. Rather, the mastery of a new word unlocks the infinite potential of the very ideas it communicates. Even if this book can teach nothing else, even if everything within these pages is rejected outright, our world will still be all the more magnificent if everyone would be moved to employ this simple lesson for now and for always.
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Book Description PublishAmerica, 2008. Paperback. Condition: Very Good. Seller Inventory # mon0001283400