There is only one exclamation point in Ernest Hemingway’s – The Old Man and the Sea – published in 1951.
There were eight exclamation points in Anthony Burgess’ – A Clockwork Orange – published in 1962 자바 파일 생성 다운로드.
But four novels published in the 21st century each have 250 or more exclamation points, with one using 439. And this highlights the growing trend to use, or overuse, the punctuation mark in writing 다운로드.
Jeff Umbro, from Quartz, searched “more than 1 million books published between 1970 and 2008, and found that the frequency of exclamation marks has soared.”
He asks that we clamp down on this, and I agree 큐베이스 가상 악기 다운로드. Resist the urge to exclaim and instead write with style.
Take the advice of William Zinsser from his classic, On Writing Well:
Don’t use it unless you must to achieve a certain effect 이미지 한꺼번에 다운로드. It has a gushy aura – the breathless excitement of a debutante commenting on an event that was exciting only to her…construct your sentences so that the order of the words will put the emphasis where you want it 다운로드. Also resist using it to notify the reader that you are making a joke or being ironic. Readers are annoyed by your reminder that this was a comical moment 캐나다 영화 다운로드. They are also robbed of the pleasure of making the discovery themselves. Humor is best achieved by understatement, and there’s nothing subtle about an exclamation point 다운로드.