- Author: Steven Pinker
- Pages: 297 pages
- Publisher: Penguin Random House (PRH)
- Published in: 2014
Review from The Economist: Writing: Talking sense
With gentle good humour, the Harvard psycholinguist explains that a good piece of writing is like the perfect soufflé appearing in a spotless kitchen at the end of a cooking show: “The messy work has been done beforehand and behind the scenes.” A good read for all ages.