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“An essential (and delightful!) grammar guide . . . interwoven with

cultural history and lively self-revelation, this bracing manual will up

your game even if all youâ€re writing is emails.―—People (Book of

the Week)  “Playful, smart, self-conscious, and personal . . . One

encounters wisdom and good sense on nearly every page of Dreyerâ€s

English.―—The Wall Street Journal  “Destined to become a

classic.―—The Millions  “Dreyer can help you . . . with tips on

punctuation and spelling. . . . Even better: Heâ€ll entertain you while

heâ€s at it.―—Newsday (What to Read This Week)“An utterly

delightful book to read, Dreyerâ€s English will stand among the

classics on how to use the English language properly.―—Elizabeth

Strout “A mind-blower—sure to jumpstart any writing project, just by

exposing you, the writer, to Dreyerâ€s astonishing level of sentenceawareness.―—George

Saunders “Farewell, Strunk and White. Benjamin

Dreyerâ€s brilliant, pithy, incandescently intelligent book is to

contemporary writing what Geoffrey Chaucerâ€s poetry was to medieval

English: a gift that broadens and deepens the art and the science of

literature by illustrating that convention should not stand in the way

of creativity, so long as that creativity is expressed with clarity and

with conviction.―—Jon Meacham “It is Benjamin Dreyerâ€s intense

love for the English language and his passion for the subject that make

the experience of reading Dreyerâ€s English such a pleasure, almost

regardless of the invaluable and practical purpose his book serves in

such dark and confusing times for grammar and meaning.―—Ayelet

Waldman & Michael Chabon “If Oscar Wilde had wanted to be helpful as

well as brilliant, if E. B. White and Noël Coward had had a wonderful

little boy who grew up to cherish and model clarity, the result would

be Benjamin Dreyer and his frankly perfect book. Anyone who writes

anything should have a copy by their computer, and perhaps another on

the nightstand, just for pleasure.―—Amy Bloom “Dreyerâ€s English

is essential to anyone who cares about language. Itâ€s as smart and

funny as Dreyer is himself. He makes you smile and makes you smarter at

the same time.―—Lyle Lovett “Like Dreyer himself, this book

reassures as it teaches. The reader never feels spoken down to, as in so

many other style guides, but is instead lifted up, inspired to

communicate with more clarity and zing. Iâ€ll be buying this for

friends.―—Brian Koppelman, co-creator and showrunner of Billions

“This work is that rare writing handbook that writers might actually


want to read straight through, rather than simply consult.―—

Publishers Weekly (starred review)Read more Benjamin Dreyeris vice

president, executive managing editor and copy chief, of Random House. He

began his publishing career as a freelance proofreader and copy editor.

In 1993, he became a production editor at Random House, overseeing books

by writers including Michael Chabon, Edmund Morris, Suzan-Lori Parks,

Michael Pollan, Peter Straub, and Calvin Trillin. He has copyedited

books by authors including E. L. Doctorow, David Ebershoff, Frank Rich,

and Elizabeth Strout, as well as Let Me Tell You, a volume of

previously uncollected work by Shirley Jackson. A graduate of

Northwestern University, he lives in New York City. Read more See all

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