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Tuesday, September 13, 2005

CNN's alliteration not appropriate for Katrina

Beware of alliteration: it's not to be used in every situation. In this segment, Albert Maruggi takes on CNN's self-promoting headline "Hurricane Headquarters." The quick and easy writing style seems trite and glib in light of the severity of Katrina's destruction.

Alliterations are best used in specific situations. In general, serious circumstances are less appropriate to use an alliteration. For more on alliterations see Wikipedia.


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