Dangling as promised?

Yesterday, Norm Geras spotted a lovely dangling modifier for the Fellowship of the Predicative Adjunct's collection. The source was an article by Tim Adams ("The town that made Margaret", The Guardian, 4/5/2009), which featured this second sentence: Now 83, and long gone from power, Britons remain fiercely divided over the reign of former Prime Minister … Continue reading Dangling as promised?