Posts Tagged ‘The passive voice’
May 3, 2012 | by Sadie Stein
The Tehran International Book Fair cracks down on “harmful” titles.
“Poets break all the rules. When other writers take their photos outdoors, poets stay inside. They’re the only ones who wear hats or leather jackets with nothing underneath.”
Target will no longer be in the Kindle business. (A sentence that would have mystified our forebears.)
“The passive voice remains an important arrow in the rhetorical quiver. After all, it exists for a reason.”
A gallery of beautiful bookshelves.