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I have to give a presentation in July as part of my final requirements for my master's. One of the books I'm excerpting is Iain Pears: An Instance of the Fingerpost.

My question is... what's the correct pronunciation of "Iain Pears"? My mental reflexes have been using "Ian Pierce." But is it Ian, Ee-ane, something else? And is it Pierce or Peers or Pares or something else? Does anybody know?



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