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The Graves of Academe by Richard Mitchell
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Nov 19, 2013

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This book, and Mitchell's other work entitled The leaning tower of Babel and other affronts by the Underground grammarian are the most caustic, depressing, funny and no-holds-barred assaults on the educational establishment that I have ever read.

If you are a public school teacher living day to day with the outrageous stupidities that are foisted upon you ad nauseam by "educationists," this book will provide you with some welcome relief.

If you have ever pulled your hair out in frustration at the jargon-crammed, incomprehensible and just plain silly language used by educational bureaucrats, read this book!
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