Back Yard, Backyard, or Back-Yard?
Which is correct? Backyard, back yard, or back-yard?Read More
Rhetorical Tricks Every Writer Should Know: Chiasmus
You know the principle of chiasmus, even if you don’t know that it’s the word for it.Read More
Return of the Department of Redundancy Department: Scesis Onomaton
Scesis Onomaton, pronounced SKEE-sis uh-NO-muh-tahn, is a rhetorical device used to emphasize a point — often facetiously — by repeating the same idea in different words. For example:Read More