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How wonderful, though, that this tiny, twisted teardrop should have such expressive power. Samuel Beckett was marvellously disconcerting in their deployment, when he chose to use them. American English in general uses more commas. Finicky is a good way to describe some of the New Yorker ones. I have been listening in audiobook form while driving, and that worked very well until we came to the chapter on commas, from which point the importance of the subtitle Confessions of a Comma Queen became clear.
Thank you — and I also thank the commenters before me for their contributions. Mary Norris is an entertaining guide on such matters, though her taste in matters of grammar and style are rather prescriptive and old-school for me. In this, she is attuned to the New Yorker, which resists modernity. Language Log has tackled its problematic attitude to linguistics many times. Her explanation of why the magazine still uses the mark may also shed light on its conservatism in other areas, such as comma style:.
We do change our style from time to time. My predecessor […] told me that she used to pester the style editor, Hobie Weekes, who had been at the magazine since , to get rid of the diaeresis. She found it fussy. She said that once, in the elevator, he told her he was on the verge of changing that style and would be sending out a memo soon. And then he died.
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Maybe she is trying to improve her reputation in that department, though she does in another Quora answer state that she likes the serial comma. In Between You and Me she writes at length about three cases in the writing of James Salter where she could not figure out why he used a comma where it did not make sense to her, so after much speculation she wrote and asked him, and he wrote back at length to say how all the cases were intentional.
I thought about extending the excerpt to include that zinger, but felt it was long enough already. Glad it came up in the comments. It is! And funny. Ross had very particular views on commas. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Jean Jullien. Emmanuelle Walker. Hubert Poirot-Bourdain.
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