writing with concrete language
Homogeneous Chroma House
a: Writing with concrete language ~
b: building a brick house
What: "If writing with concrete language is like building a brick house, writing with a consistent diction is like building with a con-sistent color scheme. The first two little pigs would surely have taken to laughing at their brother if he had built his house with multi-colored bricks. Even one yellow brick in a house of red would stand out and make the house look awkward."
Writer: M. D. MEYER
Where: Reference Link Has Evaporated
Date: Oct 9 2013 1:42 PM
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