What makes a stellar statement? A simple sentence, or a mysterious malapropism?
Alone among his academic peers, Stanley Fish is notable for his incisive analysis and straightforward summations of the most complex topics.
In this interview with Neal Conan on NPR’s “Talk of the Nation,” Fish draws principles from his new book, How to Write a Sentence: And How to Read One, demonstrating that meaning follows structure and structure reveals relationships.
- The Art of the Sentence (themillions.com)
- Some days I make the sentences; some days, the sentences make me. (condalmo.wordpress.com)
- Best. Sentence. Ever. (popwatch.ew.com)
- “The only people for me are the mad ones…” (althouse.blogspot.com)