“At a rehearsal last week, the tenor Matt Hensrud stood on the elevated catwalk of the library’s reading room and sang mellifluously of punctuation and orthography. “Do not use a hyphen between words that can better be written as one word: ‘water-fowl, waterfowl,’ ” he intoned, his voice echoing in the churchlike acoustics. He was joined by the soprano Abby Fischer for some tenderly turned philology: “The steady evolution of the language seems to favor union: two words eventually become one.”“
*purr* The Sopranos?
gHack (Oct 19, 10:21) #