Creative spelling

January 23, 1998

One wonders if the pioneer of creative writing courses in the UK, Malcolm Bradbury, is being a little creative himself. However, he swears that at one point in his misspent youth he taught a course on the uses of the comma to none other than former United States Vice-President Dan Quayle. "I taught him to spell 'potato', but he clearly forgot," Bradbury says.

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