It asked: "Howz da day." I, fearing he'd miswrote
, or maybe that predictive text had misquoted him, replied: "Daddy's fine."
In the light of this passage, it is obvious that Darwin miswrote
in the Autobiography when he claimed to be "color-blind" with regard to design in nature.
Whoops, I miswrote
: it was actually a rogue team inside the U.S.
As a young man, Texas Dan had a friend who miswrote
"Loose Tucks, Loose Womer" in a ditch while trying to proclaim his love for both carving and promiscuity.
If perhaps Modotti miswrote
the page number in her original letter (or if the excerpt that appears in either Albers's biography, or the 1986 collection of Modotti's letters, is a typographical error), one can work out--even without the rare original edition of The New Poetry in hand--that the poem appearing on page 272--a one-digit difference--is "The River-Merchants' Wife: A Letter." This remains one of Pound's most frequently anthologized and admired poems, a "reworking" of a Chinese model notable for its elegant accessibility.
Mary Ellen miswrote
"light" for "late" in lines 2 and 6, but she corrected her mistake only in the second instance.
Lucier maintained that Nelson miswrote
this passage, and must have meant Igloo Point, which can be said to be geographically "at the head" of Kotzebue Sound.
It is worth noting that the request form for this book review miswrote
the subtitle as 'Structure and Deconstruction in Arthurian Tragedy'.
All retain the Milton line as Pattison originally miswrote