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Since 1993, Barbara Wallraff has untangled readers’ questions about grammar and usage in her column for Atlantic Monthly Magazine. She’s collected queries ranging from the instructive to the bizarre in her new book. She joins Diane to talk about her passion for the English language and to offer her grammatical services to listeners.
- Barbara Wallraff Author and columnist for Atlantic Monthly Magazine
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