Research carried out by “The Guardian” shows many of the reviews posted on Amazon to be misleading

The Guardian has carried out research into the reviews posted on Amazon, and its findings show many of them to be misleading, both in the field of books and other products available via Amazon. For example, one edition of Austen’s “emma” contained many errors, including the use of “buddy” instead of “friend”, and “guy” rather than man. For the article please see, https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2019/apr/05/amazon-shoppers-misled-by-bundled-product-reviews

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2 thoughts on “Research carried out by “The Guardian” shows many of the reviews posted on Amazon to be misleading

    1. K Morris Poet Post author

      Thanks for commenting. I don’t know the answer to your question, but, in today’s society I guess it is (like it or not) considered to be acceptable, however literature should reflect the society and/or the person who wrote it, not be “modernised”, so that its hip and happening!

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