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Semicolon: How a Misunderstood Punctuation Mark Can Improve Your Writing, Enrich Your

By author: Cecelia Watson
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`Fascinating... I loved this book; I really did' David Crystal, Spectator A biography of a much misunderstood punctuation mark and a call to arms in favour of clear expression and against stifling grammar rules.

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The much-maligned semicolon is presented as a means of expressing yourself more effectively and accessibly, as the history of animosity to the punctuation from figures diverse as Stephen King, Hemingway and Vonnegut is held up against Henry James and Herman Melville's insistence on its potential.