Mispunctuation - definition of mispunctuation by The Free Dictionary
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More problematically, an entry for a review by Mike Foster omits the title of the book reviewed (The Children of Hurin), and mispunctuation
causes the entry to read as if it were a review of an issue of Mallorn, rather than a review appearing there (397).
For a study of the use of mispunctuation
in Renaissance literature as a rhetorical device see Kreuzer (1938) and Van den Berg (1995: [section]11).
To be sure, there is something wondrous in this mispunctuation