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Homophones Visualized by Bruce Worden

Homophones Visualized

by Bruce Worden

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"Based on a popular blog with a simple idea, HOMOPHONES VISUALIZED illustrates groups of words that are spelled differently but pronounced the same, putting them in a context everyone can understand. For example, the GOLF/GULF spread shows someone hitting a golf ball across a gulf on the course. Or a sail on a boat is paired with a boat for sale. The images are often related in some way, adding extra laughs, like when someone is beating someone else with a beet. Through minimalist but clever art, author Bruce Worden is doing his part to make the English language less confusing, and having fun doing it"--

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