The Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist describes his lifelong fascination with Norma Loquendi–common speech–in a collection of columns that celebrates the mysteries and continual evolution of the English language.
From the Hardcover edition.
About William Safire
William Safire, winner of the Pulitzer Prize for distinguished commentary, has been a newspaper reporter, a White House speechwriter, a lexicographer, an anthologist, and a bestselling novelist. In addition to his weekly column, "On Language," for The New York Times… More about William Safire
Published by Random House Oct 12, 2011| 368 Pages| ISBN 9780307799753