unearths some literary gems.
From Death Mask, by Jane Dentinger:
She was a perfect type, just like an E. F. Benson character but with sex.
From The Moonflower Murder, by Beverley Nichols:
She looked like a sharp, modern full-stop on a page of illuminated parchment.
[Rhetorical Questions Answered dept.]
"How dare you speak to me so insolently?"
"Because I do not care to have Krishna insulted."
[Metaphorical Typography That Is Not Reflected in the Actual Type dept.]
"Mrs. Kenneth Faversham?" echoed Waller, in block capitals.