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  1. Both are fictional entities. Search J. K . Rowling's website or e-mail her.

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  2. ...for later are the Earthsea books by Ursula K . Le Guin. These have some more mature themes and might...

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  3. Soren Karengaard? "The Karen" are a group of Yellow People:  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karen_people "A Karen" is a word appropriated by some Black...

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  4. It’s a concept which essentially means that once an author publishes a book they are “dead”, meaning that they cannot claim new information about the book in hindsight. Some people believe that the world still belongs to the author and so if they confirm something about...

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  5. ... shifted but the spelling remained. The k in knight, knife, knave, etc., is a prime example. These spellings...

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  6. ...never manage to convince anybody to market it as aggressively or as effectively as J. K . Rowling's books and merchandise were marketed...

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  7. Not sure about fame, but she cared about money at the beginning of her career. She was in poverty when she started her writing career and really needed money. Once she became rich, she didn't care about money...

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  8. ...several times A Scanner Darkly - Philip K . Dick - three or four times The Gangs of New...

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