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The Etymologicon: A Circular Stroll through the Hidden Connections of the English Language is a non-fiction book by Mark Forsyth published in 2011. The book presents the surprising origin of everyday words used in English, with each definition being thematically linked to the next to provide a flowing narrative unlike reference books on etymology. The content of the book was derived from the author's blog, The Inky Fool.
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- Copping, Jasper (23 October 2011). "Guide to idioms lets the cat out of the bag". The Sunday Telegraph.
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- "Book of the Week: The Etymologicon (20 December 2011)". BBC Radio 4. Retrieved 28 July 2013.
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