Subtitle: The Past, Present, and Future of a Misunderstood Mark
Picked this up roaming around the Waverly Public Library with my family, thinking it might be a fun one to read over Christmas break. Actually read / listened to half of it out loud on the way up to Minneapolis, sharing it with my wife.
Fun dive into the interesting typographical mark. I do have to say I skipped through some of the examples in the penultimate chapter, since I was desperately trying to finish the book at the library... plus I had just run across a couple of personal issues with the author I wasn't particularly pleased with. But the beginning of the book talking about the history of punctuation (and the plea to not quite be so pedantic about punctuation, or even absolutely proper grammar at all) was an enjoyable set of pages.
01/03/2020 // F // Kindle