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I have recommended this book to other friends who are writers and they are similarly entranced. Each writer, in this Lexicon, writes about a single word, supposedly that encapsulates their writing, but actually, most have used it to write about a word they enjoy - happiness; that they hope might shock - cunnilingus; that they have reflected on - lies; or a word most of us have never heard of, adumbrated - that the writer can play with.
Perhaps this book is one that only a publication of the value of Le Monde would consider, and if that is so, then long may the carefully compiled and strictly edited word long be with us, to read such quality is to realise how much language is lost in internet waffle. We need good newspapers, Le Monde, The Guardian, New York Times, to help us remember that there is a more important world in the carefully considered, the slow unpicking of words, careful reflection and others who will challenge our musings, long before they ever go into the world of print. Writing is not about ego, it is about structure and discipline, this witty, wise and clever book reminds us of that again.
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