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Caring for Words in a Culture of Lies
by Marilyn Chandler McEntyre



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"Like any other life-sustaining resource," says Marilyn McEntyre, "language can be depleted, polluted, contaminated, eroded, and filled with artificial stimulants." Today more than ever, language needs to be rescued and restored. Drawing on a wide range of sources, both critical and literary, Caring for Words in a Culture of Lies is an engaging address to everyone concerned with preserving the vitality and precision of the spoken and written word.

Written with modesty, keen insight, and grace, Marilyn McEntyre's Caring for Words in a Culture of Lies proposes a revolution of human expression that would bring precision, honesty, and felicity to the spoken and written discourse of contemporary culture.

Written with modesty, keen insight, and grace, Marilyn McEntyre's Caring for Words in a Culture of Lies proposes a revolution of human expression that would bring precision, honesty, and felicity to the spoken and written discourse of contemporary culture.








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Use up and down arrow to review and enter to selectMcEntyre explains the good use of wo Marilyn C.more flag Like see review I thought it sounded interesting and added the book to my Amazon wishlistTruth comes on little cat's feet, and down back alleysThere are a few conventional expressions of scorn for certain cultural institutions (perhaps inevitably what word besides drivel can describe talk radio?), but one may fairly say, in a wholly complimentary spirit, that McEntyre has no evident gift for polemicShe cites George Orwell, who argues that imprecise language traps us into imprecise thought which breeds more imprecise language (2).The tragedy in this, she argues, is that the American culture has accepted hyperbole and imprecision as amoral phenomena

Religious History Early American Early Church Modern Medieval Reformation American History Regional History Biography Women's History Historical Reference Social Sciences Anthropology Business and Economics Cultural Studies Education Political Science Psychology Humanities Art Film and Theater Literature Analysis and Cri If you need immediate assistance regarding this product or any other, please call 1-800-CHRISTIAN to speak directly with a customer service representativeI had a number of epiphanies about myself and my relationships with family, friends, and colleagues as I read this bookI plan to read several books along those lines between now and November, and Ill share some thoughts along the wayDrawing on a wide range of sources, both critical and literary, Caring for Words in a Culture of Lies is an engaging address to all thoughtful users of language concerned with preserving the vitality and precision of the spoken and written wordI am also grateful that the book gives us encouragement to use words to converse on deeper levels and to engage in playful exchanges of language"Caring for Words in a Culture of Lies." The Public Discourse (April 6, 2010)A book for our times almost seems too clich, and yet it is accurate to describe how important this work is for all of us who care for words, care for culture, and long for better conversations about the common goodI feel blessed that I grew up in a home where we read the Bible together and visited the library regularly1) Like food, language has been "industrialized." Words come to us processed like cheese, depleted of nutrients, flattened and packaged, artificially colored and mass marketed

She then wrote about a practice I hadnt given much thought, that of translationI want to review it 3 times so I can give it 15 starsI do think that the main idea of the author is a commendable one and that all I give this book 3.5 stars; I had a love-hate relationship with this bookI plan to read several books along those lines between now and November, and Ill share some thoughts along the wayLike any other life-sustaining resource, language can be depleted, polluted, contaminated, eroded, and filled with artificial stimulants.more flag Like see review Although it is tangential to her main point, she also reminds Christians that we too are People of the Book, of the Word 5d8a9798ff



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