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Re: this is great
• Posted by: Agent Q   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Friday, November 8, 2002, at 11:21 a.m.
• IP Address: c-24-126-217-196.we.client2.attbi.com
• In Response to: this is great (Dan Sartori)

> I think the notion that all fantasy books published recently are
> attempting to cheat Harry Potter is one of the most ridiculous things I
> have read in a long time on this site. Ok, so nobody can ever write
> another children's fantasy book, because if they did it would be such an
> obvious attempt to steal J.K. Rowling's ideas? PLEASE!

They're not all just hype, the rumors about plagirism. There is a book recently published in Russia called Tanya Grotter and the Magical Double Bass.

Grotter is an orphaned 11-year-old girl who rides a magical double bass, wears glasses, has an unusual mark on her face (a mole on her nose), and makes use of magic words to set spells in motion.

Sounds like plagirism to me.

--Agent Q



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