- n the unintentional misuse of a word by confusion with one that sounds similar
- Personality (in his case, that of a malaprop with a Spanish accent) has paid Cugat well.
- But less than four months later, the sometimes goofy, malaprop-prone Republican devastated the Democrats.
- There is a narrative of sorts that emerges from Butterfly's solipsistic musing, but the book's greatest triumph is her voice, a pitch-perfect mixture of malaprop subcontinental .
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- Asheville area literary & book-related events
Journalist Mark Kurlansky, best known for the best-selling 'Salt,' will present his new book about the pop hit 'Dancing in the Street' Tuesday at Malaprop's.
July 14, 2013 - Asheville Citizen-Times
- Sinead Cusack in Irish Times
Sprinkled throughout the evening were, Cusack said, "Brians words read in what Mrs Malaprop might describe as 'invocations' of three of his greatest plays".