Call me wagonmaster

Marty, Martin E.
May 1996
Christian Century;5/22/96, Vol. 113 Issue 18, p599
Comments on editors and columnists' rhetorical move of calling attention to their achievements by not calling attention to it. `Charisma' magazine editor Stephen Strang's use of his editorial page to admonish readers not to call him doctor while announcing that he had been given an honorary doctorate by Lee College in Cleveland, Tennessee; Author's enumeration of his own achievements in a similar manner.


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