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Scholarly Writing Is Supposed To Be Precise. But Can’t It Also Be Interesting?

“Shouldn’t there be ways of improving academic writing without sacrificing scholarly credibility? Journalists, essayists, and even memoirists make use of academic research all the time to bolster their prose. Why couldn’t scholars steal some literary techniques from them?”
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