Friday, July 17, 2015


ADVERBS: The colorless verb needs to be looked to in nearly all amateur writing. It can, of course, be over-colored. J.J. Montague's burlesque of contemporary stylistic prose--"'Don't kiss me,' she insincered. 'Why not?' he curioused. 'Because--' she uneasied." --is both a warning and a guide. The conspicuous use if verbs in which adverbs are implicit is unfortunate, as in and conspicuous struggle for effect, but "she said insincerely," "he asked curiously," "she answered uneasily" makes quite as hard reading. --Edith Ronald Mirrielees

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