Lynne Truss

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Awdur a newyddiadurwraig o Saesnes yw Lynne Truss (ganwyd Mai 1955 yn Kingston upon Thames, Surrey).[1]

Cychwynnodd ei gyrfa wrth olygu adran lyfrau The Listener, a daeth yn feirniad, colofnydd a gohebydd chwaraeon i The Times.[2]

Ei gwaith enwocaf yw ei llyfr poblogaidd ar atalnodi, Eats, Shoots and Leaves (2003), sy'n ddoniol feirniadol o'r cam-atalnodi y mae'n ei weld o ddydd i ddydd. Yn 2005 cyhoeddodd llyfr yn trafod moesau yn yr un arddull o'r enw Talk to the Hand.

Llyfryddiaeth[golygu]

  • With One Lousy Free Packet of Seed (Hamish Hamilton, 1994)
  • Making the Cat Laugh: One Woman's Journal of Single Life on the Margins (Hamish Hamilton, 1995), colofnau o The Listener, The Times a Woman's Journal
  • Tennyson's Gift (Hamish Hamilton, 1996)
  • Going Loco (Review, 1999)
  • Tennyson and his Circle (National Portrait Gallery, 1999)
  • Eats, Shoots & Leaves: The Zero Tolerance Approach to Punctuation (Profile Books, 2003)
  • Glued to the Goggle Box: 50 Years of British TV with Freeze-Frames by John Minnion and a Rewind by Lynne Truss (Checkmate, 2003)
  • Talk to the Hand: The Utter Bloody Rudeness of Everyday Life (Profile Books, 2005)
  • A Certain Age (Profile Books, 2007)
  • The Girl's Like Spaghetti: Why, You Can't Manage Without Apostophes! (Profile Books, 2007), darluniwyd gan Bonnie Timmons
  • Twenty-Odd Ducks: Why, Every Punctuation Mark Counts (Putnam Juvenil, 2008), darluniwyd gan Bonnie Timmons
  • Get Her Off the Pitch: How Sport Took Over My Life (Fourth Estate, 2009)

Cyfeiriadau[golygu]

  1. (Saesneg) Philby, Charlotte (3 Gorffennaf 2010). My Secret Life: Lynne Truss, writer, 55. The Daily Telegraph. Adalwyd ar 9 Rhagfyr 2012.
  2. (Saesneg) Lynne Truss. British Council. Adalwyd ar 9 Rhagfyr 2012.

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