“Clever, passionate, and erudite.”
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“It is, dare we say, fiendishly clever.” - Chicago Tribune
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Figaro rips the innards out of things people say and reveals the rhetorical tricks and pratfalls. For terms and definitions, click here. (What are figures of speech?)Ask Figaro a question!
Figaro goes maverick in this Chicago Tribune piece about eponyms—words named after people. “Eponym” comes from the Greek, meaning “upon a name.”
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