from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. One who has an enjoyment of words and wordplay.
I would love to know what you think of Markson when you read him! verbivore – I think that part of my post was misleading, in that the most likely interpretation is to see this as a stream of consciousness, and from a writer considering a prospective new work.
I would think that a dose of irony, a bit of humour, and a plug into the innate ludicrousness of the spy world would go down a treat! verbivore – what I notice is that it takes the group a while to get going.
If you're a verbivore like I am, then Worthless Word for the Day is the site for you!
There are not enough truly comforting books in the world, but this one makes up for their meagreness! verbivore – I kid you not, it’s like that all the way through.
But I do hope Bon Appetit turns out better than expected; that would be a nice New Year’s present. verbivore – and happy holidays to you!
I’ve read tons of Oates, maybe half of her oeuvre (which, in this case, is saying quite a bit since, as verbivore notes, there’s so darn much!) and I think you really get at the heart of Oates considerable gifts as a writer.