Propaganda Begins with PR : Poetry for the Soul
Subtitle Poetry for the Soul. Language English. Format Paperback. At The Nile, if you're looking for it, we've got it. Country of Publication United States.
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Martin Multiple-item retail product, On the other hand, if explored on a word-by-word level, its meanings are quite interesting. Hence, this phrase has won proverbial approval, which means that knowledge and intelligence need be expressed in as few words as possible.
It’s Good Enough for Me
The phrase is used in several rhetorical situations and contexts in modern English. It is mostly used as a sarcastic remark in response to long nonsense chattering.
Modern writers use this phrase as their motto in copywriting, speeches, essays, and fictions. Politicians use it to keep their audiences glued to them lest they may leave, feeling boredom and tedium over long political speeches. Statesmen may use this to bring home their audience.
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Debates and common speakers can also use this phrase to demonstrate that they are about to end their speech or argument. This phrase is used in Act-2, Scene-2, lines of the famous play, Hamlet. It is spoken by one of its characters, Polonius. It goes thus:.
My liege, and madam, to expostulate What majesty should be, what duty is, What day is day, night night, and time is time, Were nothing but to waste night, day, and time; Therefore, since brevity is the soul of wit, And tediousness the limbs and outward flourishes, I will be brief. Your noble son is mad …. In its real context , the phrase was meant to be an ironical statement, as one can see how brief Polonius is in telling the King and Queen that their son is mad.