To those Word Ways readers who first noticed its appearance in the May 1969 and November 1970 issues, the Anachuttle is a display of unusual rhymes. The initial letters of each line form an acrostic, which in turn is an anagram of an internal acrostic. Were readers able to discover the internal acrostic without referring to the solution given at the end of the issue?
"In Defense of the Anachuttle,"
Word Ways: Vol. 5
, Article 16.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.butler.edu/wordways/vol5/iss2/16