What Does "Throat-Clearing" in a Sentence Look Like?
Beryl Markham. Don’t get me wrong, I loved West with the Night. So did Hemingway. After reading it, he wrote to his editor, "I felt that I was simply a carpenter with words, picking up whatever was furnished on the job and nailing them together and sometimes making an okay pig pen." Yet we have proof that Markham also attended Itwashewho Academy:
It is this combination of physical strength and willingness to work that has made the Kavirondo the most tractable and dependable source of labour in East Africa.
It is when we presume to intimacy, having been granted only tolerance, that the harsh stick falls across our impudent knuckles and we rub the pain, staring upward, startled by our ignorance.
Before such a flight
it was this anticipation of aloneness more than any thought of physical danger that used to haunt me a little.
Prince William’s unauthorized biographer (the one in the holly disguised as a hedgehog):
It was the night of the annual Don’t Walk charity fashion show, March 27, 2002, when the moment of realization suddenly hit him.
It was Kate who pulled away, momentarily stunned that he had been so bold in a room full of strangers.
It was the summer of 2004 when William and Kate’s love affair underwent its first serious test.
When we remove these useless words, our writing becomes tighter and richer. Oh, and for all the girls in seventh grade who told secrets in Pig Latin around us guys? We know what you said. We weren't that upid stay.