Bryson, Cross and Crown (London, 1904).
Later he was diverted to philosophy by the works of Democritus, and became acquainted with the Megarian dialectic through Bryson, pupil of Stilpo.
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Bryson highlights the lunacy of applying Latin grammar to a Germanic language and the smug, slimy pedants it has given us.
It is nearly 20 years since Bill Bryson first penned his deliciously witty paean to precision Troublesome Words.
Ahead, Bryson, no compass, had gone walkabout.
Bill Bryson is an unabashed Anglophile who, through a mistake of history, happened to be born and bred in Iowa.
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