A Serious Emotion, Grammatically Speaking

Did you ever know a serious emotion to express itself in a subordinate clause? ~ Clouds of Witness, BBC TV miniseries, 1972, based on Dorothy L. Sayers' novel Clouds of Witness, a Lord Peter Wimsey mystery. IMBd credits both Sayers and Anthony Stevens as writers, but because the line is used solely to create atmosphere, and Sayers … Continue reading A Serious Emotion, Grammatically Speaking