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By Jane Straus, Lester Kaufman

ISBN-10: 1118790324

ISBN-13: 9781118790328

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The Blue booklet of Grammar and Punctuation is a concise, pleasing workbook and consultant to English grammar, punctuation, and utilization. This trouble-free source contains easy factors of grammar, punctuation, and utilization; rankings of beneficial examples; dozens of reproducible worksheets; and pre- and post-tests to aid train grammar to scholars of every age. acceptable for nearly any age variety, this authoritative consultant makes studying English grammar and utilization easy and enjoyable. This up-to-date 11th version displays the newest updates to English utilization and grammar and lines a completely revised two-color layout and lay-flat binding for simple photocopying.

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B eside the curtain, turning his back as usual to the viewer, the man with the bowler hat looks out to sea. Now, we find that the curtain has been cut out in exactly the shape o f the man : as i f he himself (al­ though of another color, texture , and width) were merely a section of curtain snipped away by scissors . Within the large opening the beach is visible. What are we to make of this? Is it that the man, in chan ging places, having dep arted the curtain , exp oses what he was looking at when he was s till enfolded within it?

Waldberg 's Magritte . They illustrated a series o f drawings in the twelfth issue of Revolu tion su rrea liste . This Is Not a Pipe 40 the horizon , a rectangle for the horse, a perpendicular for the gun) with neither shape nor identity . The sort of things that cannot be named and that in fact " name" themselves bear an exact and familiar name. The p ainting is the converse of a rebus , that chain of shapes so easily reco gnized as to be im mediately identifiable, its mere formulation enj oining the articu­ lation of a s entence whos e meaning has nothing to do with the figures actually seen there .

2 The Unraveled Calligram Magritte ' s drawing (fo r the mo ment I s p eak only of the first version) is as simple as a page bo rro wed fro m a botanical m anual: a figure and the text that names it. Nothing is easier to recognize than a pipe, drawn thus; nothing is easier to say-our language knows it well in our place-than the "name of a pipe. what lends the figure its ,,1 Now, strangeness i s not the " contradiction" between the image and the text . For a good reason: Contradiction could exist only be­ tween two statements, or within one and the same statement.

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