In Praise of the Language Police by Tim Parks | NYRblog | The New York Review of Books

More sensational than sex, nudity, or gratuitous violence—(at least to people who care about word choice, sentence structure, and quality of composition) Tim Parks plants a stake firmly in the ground about the need for *intelligent* editors and editing in the era of cacophony. Is your stake in the same ground?

In Praise of the Language Police by Tim Parks | NYRblog | The New York Review of Books.

I consider Parks’ argument a continuation of the discussion started by Vanessa over at Cecile’s Writers

 

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