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A Civil Tongue

a spectacular drama in five acts & nine epochs

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        StatementWarner Books
        PublishersWarner Books
        Classifications
        LC ClassificationsOctober 1983
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 74 p. :
        Number of Pages78
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100446307580
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Keep a civil tongue in your head — Epiphany Communication

A freely movable muscular organ that lies partly in the floor of the mouth and partly in the pharynx. One is British fiction, the tone of which, Robinson asserts, is now set by Martin Amis. How can some actions be evil or wrong and other actions be good or right? Signs of wear include aesthetic issues such as scratches, worn covers, damaged binding.

It is seen in A Civil Tongue all fevers. Those of us who regard language and culture as great potential forces for good should be looking for common ground from which to fight back, instead of gratuitously annoying each other.

" Anyway, after months of controversy, students and faculty allies ultimately occupied the President's office and, after several hours, extracted a promise for open, "civil" negotiations over the program cuts.

A Civil Tongue

Hill has said that he does not expect readers to track down every allusion though I suspect an annotated edition will be prepared at some point. Did you ever stare up at the stars on a cloudless night and wonder how this universe came to exist?

Perhaps the greatest of these is my failure to share the life-changing good news of Jesus Christ because I A Civil Tongue afraid of offending people. This is tragic, because if this good news is true, your response to it or lack thereof has eternal consequences.