Teaching punctuation in the 19th century; usage might seem fixed, but the conventions are the product of long evolution.Teaching punctuation in the 19th century; usage might seem fixed, but the conventions are the product of long evolution.
Teaching punctuation in the 19th century; usage might seem fixed, but the conventions are the product of long evolution.

Book review: David Crystal’s history of punctuation is marked for success

Although the conventions of use might seem fixed, they continue to evolve, says Crystal in his fascinating study

Teaching punctuation in the 19th century; usage might seem fixed, but the conventions are the product of long evolution.Teaching punctuation in the 19th century; usage might seem fixed, but the conventions are the product of long evolution.
Teaching punctuation in the 19th century; usage might seem fixed, but the conventions are the product of long evolution.
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