#Semicolons – another collection of personal musings whilst conducting research of the #davidfosterwallace archive at the Harry Ransom Center, UT, Austin, TX (Day Nine Entry Two)

I’ve known for quite some time now that my use of semicolons is flawed, at best. So, whilst at the Harry Ransom Center, I’m fortunate to be able to read Sally F. Wallace’s Practically Painless English. I am determined to go forth and use semicolons in the manner in which they are intended.

semicolon

Semicolons are nothing to be afraid of; in fact, they are most useful.

See?

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