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Yet the reader is encouraged not to be put off by the stylistic flaws, as considerable as they are, for there is much to be praised, and much clarity in between the solecisms.
The great achievement of Leier's book is that, in spite of dry patches and solecisms, the reader comes away believing that if Bakunin were alive today, knowing what we know, he would still have something to offer us.
Given the scale of the undertaking, there are inevitably some minor errors and solecisms, which would provide grist to the mill of Vladislavic's character, Aubrey Tearle; likewise, Vladislavic himself might be surprised by the inaccurate synopsis of his short story, "The Box".
Just take a look at its rigorous attempts to keep the French language pure of Anglicized solecisms such as "le weekend," etc.
SJR serves a much too useful purpose in this community to allow itself to be blemished by the kind of omissions and solecisms that often creep in.
filed a minority report that became part of the record because we objected to procedural and scientific solecisms.
The language, along with many of its speakers, is becoming obese as we gorge ourselves on meaningless jargon and babble ('The diseasing of so-called negativeemotions distract attention from the fact that maybe it is the conditions that gave rise to them that needs to be cured' being a good example of wading through treacle academia), feast on tautology (future prospects/past history), and stuff ourselves with solecisms.
Laurence; while almost no misprints occur, the text abounds with solecisms and is redundant to the point of distraction.
Wordsmiths and sillabub dweebs drag out your solecisms, your argots, your idioms, patters, lingua franca and gobbledygook.
The chapters on the poets do make this book worthwhile and do much to compensate for its weaknesses, which include a depressing amount of solecisms and grammatical errors.
For a book that is intermittently inclined to be judgemental about such matters, the number of typing errors, mistakes and solecisms is uncomfortably high.