Pretention without Irony

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The IPRH blog is highlighting excerpts from readers’ reports! Here’s the first in our series.

The authors have peppered the text unnecessarily with the pretentious language of academics. This is done without irony but with misplaced obedience to an unfortunate fad, now passed.

  
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