Premium Content Ode to a Dictionary (with acknowledgment to Pablo Neruda)
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Ode to a Dictionary (with acknowledgment to Pablo Neruda)
You were a gift of language, given to me by my father eight years ago. My dad was traveling to Oxford that year to attend a lecture and asked if I wanted a present. Book-lover that I was, I had always thought Oxford was most famous for its Press, so I requested an English Dictionary. So, upon…
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