“When the tests showed Kathy’s brain was wooden, my worst fears were confirmed,” a spokesman for Mr. Doody said.
“He asks that his privacy and that of his family be respected in this difficult time.”
I relied on these scholars work in the chapter I am now writing. They are in the citations.
David Schimmelpenninck van der Oye.
Mind you, “Schimmelpenninck van der Oye” is the last name. The “van der Oye” is a nice touch, lest you confuse his family with any other Schimmelpennincks.
He teaches at Brock University in Canada and is a much-published expert on Russian history.
And then, later in the chapter, I had occasion to cite another name.
Not as good as David Schimmelpenninck van der Oye–a very high standard, of course–but still worthy of the silver medal.
I give you “Reinhold August Dorwart,” who taught at the Univ. of Connecticut.
When I hear that name, I keep thinking, “There’s gotta be a cream to cure that.”