Megan Lent

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Introduction I write reviews of the classics. Except, I don't. Apostrophe is a literary technique in which characters speak directly to an inanimate object or intangible idea. So, saying that anything is "to the stars" -- like, a limousine company is the "chaffeur to the stars" -- is, in fact, a type of apostrophe: you can't really speak to orbs of gas in space, or to celebrities, for that matter.