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Oxymoronica: Paradoxical Wit  Wisdom From History's Greatest Wordsmiths
Oxymoronica Paradoxical Wit Wisdom From History's Greatest Wordsmiths
Author: Mardy Grothe
ox-y-mor-on-i-ca (OK-se-mor-ON-uh-ca) noun, plural: Any variety of tantalizing, self-contradictory statements or observations that on the surface appear false or illogical, but at a deeper level are true, often profoundly true. See also oxymoron, paradox. examples: "Melancholy is the pleasure of being sad." — Victor Hugo "To lead the people, walk...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780060536992
ISBN-10: 0060536993
Publication Date: 3/2004
Pages: 256
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Publisher: HarperResource
Book Type: Hardcover
Other Versions: Paperback
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