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Benjamin Dreyer
Author of the New York Times/IndieBound bestseller Dreyer's English (US: Random House/UK: Century).
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Benjamin Dreyer 4m
Replying to @SenSherrodBrown
Thank you, Senator.
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Sherrod Brown 5m
President Trump’s comments are racist and un-American.
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Benjamin Dreyer 11m
Replying to @brokenbottleboy
You're a nice boy, Mic.
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prays w/faint damns 12m
Replying to @BCDreyer
Searching “peter baker lede” is a quick way to identify people whose judgement should henceforth be highly suspect.
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Benjamin Dreyer 13m
Replying to @BCDreyer
Plus your periodic reminder that the title of the play, Gengangere, is better translated as The Revenants. (Ibsen disliked William Archer's choice of "Ghosts," but, well, too late now.)
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Benjamin Dreyer 23m
Replying to @BCDreyer
My very first Ibsen was Ghosts in 1973 at the old Roundabout on 26th Street. Beatrice Straight was Mrs. Alving. Victor Garber was Oswald, and oh dear lord did I fall in love with him. (Syphilis or no syphilis.)
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Benjamin Dreyer 29m
Replying to @BCDreyer
Did everyone else know that Edvard Munch designed a production of Ghosts? 'Cause I just found out, and I'm REELING.
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Parul Sehgal 2h
As says: "the reason we love people is because we share their adjectives" ()
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Benjamin Dreyer 1h
OK, let's do some word association. I'll start. Tertiary...
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Benjamin Dreyer 1h
Replying to @sarahmbroom
Either. When Ira Gershwin wrote "The Man That Got Away," he knew precisely what he was doing. Also: Hi to your mother, and all the congratulations in the world to you!
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Benjamin Dreyer 2h
Make me.
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Replying to @BCDreyer
"Chef is preparing this tweet with a duxelles of nativism and just a hint of racially infused glaze."
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Benjamin Dreyer 2h
with just a soupçon of theoretically racially questionable content
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Benjamin Dreyer 2h
Replying to @brithume
Thank you. You are, as generally, 100 percent incorrect.
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Benjamin Dreyer 2h
Replying to @ericzieg
Nice!
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Benjamin Dreyer 2h
Replying to @carmenmmachado
It means that you're the beacon of loveliness we've always all known you to be.
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Benjamin Dreyer 2h
srsly
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Benjamin Dreyer 2h
Replying to @BCDreyer
I'd've gone with "gazed out at this great land of ours," but what do I know?
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Benjamin Dreyer 2h
Replying to @Halcyon270
I'm afraid that I cannot say thee nay. Go ahead. Hit me.
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