The Perils of Grammar Policing

In his review of Kepler's Witch : An Astronomer's Discovery of Cosmic Order Amid Religious War, Political Intrigue, and the Heresy Trial of His Mother for the current issue of The American Conservative, Gene Callahan writes,

Although it has many virtues, Kepler's Witch suffers from a few serious flaws. For one thing, Connor's writing is fairly sloppy at times, which is especially surprisingly since he teaches English.

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You'd almost think he bumbled that on purpose!

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