The Cliché Expert Takes The Stand (The New Yorker, 1935)

A sincere thanks to Mr. Salk for pointing me to this via the discussion on my previous post about dying (that is, cliched) metaphors. The fine folks at Google Books want you to read Mr. Salk’s contribution in something approximating its original appearance. And so do I.

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