Curious Snippets: English I Fancy

While cleaning out old keepsakes a found a few paper snippets describing the wonderfully colourful language that is English. Unfortunately, after trying to find the original Author of today’s snippet I ran into several other versions of this poem (mainly with the title “Why English is so Hard to Learn”) contributed to unknown writers from […]

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HUMPTY DUMPTY

  “When I use a word,” Humpty Dumpty said, in rather scornful tone, “it means just what I choose it to mean – neither more nor less”. Through the Looking Glass by Lewis Carroll. by Peter Dawe.   I am endlessly fascinated by words and nuances. As a lawyer, I am part scientist, part artist […]

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From The Journal of a Scientist

An opinion piece about writing from the perspective of a Scientist. I have always loved wiring, this piece I wrote back in 2011 during my Genetics studies. A Scientist’s View on Writing For a researcher, there are two forms of writing. The language of science; precise, concise and boring, and the other of creative; with […]

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