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Too many errors,
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This review is from: Saints, Sacrilege and Sedition: Religion and Conflict in the Tudor Reformations (Hardcover)
The essays collected in this volume are consistently interesting, grounded in good research, and open out new vistas on the period. But the book is littered with scores of typos, spelling mistakes, and misquotations. Evidently no one bothered to copy-edit or proof-read it. Shame!
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Initial post: 19 Sep 2012 00:55:20 BDT
John Briggs says:
That would be because he has moved from his previous publisher (Yale UP), who have high standards in design and production (while still able to sell in large quantities and at reasonable prices) to a mainstream publisher whose standards are, well, mainstream... We can speculate about the motives, but you have pointed out the results.
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