punctuation, grammar, syntax, vernacular, English language, Latin
Arts and Humanities | English Language and Literature | Philosophy of Language
This, the fifth in a series on the history and ambitions of punctuation, describes the first vigorous manifestation of logical pointing. In an enlightened atmosphere of book reading and language consciousness, it was discerned that the shapes of sentences and their working parts were better delineated when punctuated syntactically.
Robinson, Gwen G. "The Punctator's World: A Discursion (Part Five)." The Courier 25.2 (1990): 81-121.