Most of the pleasure … psychological unfurling of Dr. Quirke … the author enjoys using opposite emotional valences to describe an event, a linguistic chiaroscuro.
Paul Dunbar nicely captures a universal trait and sorrow in his poem “Life’s Tragedy”.
Subtitle: The Classic Guide to Writing Nonfiction Good, solid advice.
I came across something recently that’s good advice for a casual reviewer. Instead of having to say you like something and write up thoughts, use BCD codes.
Coming Climate Crisis? by Claire Parkinson. Subtitle – Consider the Past, Beware the Big Fix It’s nice to read a reasoned, solid reflection of the history of Earth’s climate and the present concerns about climate change. Parkinson has 30+ years of research in ice drifts, satellite image analysis, and the like. And she has taken…