Should you use myriad or myriad of? Actually, either is fine. Here’s what David Foster Wallace had to say about the question in his commentary for the Oxford American Writer’s Thesaurus: “[A]ny reader who’s bugged by a myriad of is both persnickety and wrong– and you can usually rebut sniffy teachers, copyeditors, et. al. by directing them to Coleridge’s ‘Myriad myriads of lives teemed forth.'” This is part of a complete episode.

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