Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Sentence a Day

His Sentence

A powerfull frills, no nonsense, just hard, spare intimate account of family and friendship, betrayal and salvation that requires no atlas or translation to engage and enlighten us.

From The Washington Post Book World's description of The Kite Runner. The author uses ellipsis to help explain about the novel by leaving out things that may not be so important, and to elaborate on the rest of his explanation.

My Sentence

A strong hurt, no weakness, just strong, heafty intimidating amount of muscle and strength, weakness and power that frightens no child or adult to run or scream his name.

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