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Terry Pratchett: Guilty of Literature

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Terry Pratchett: Guilty of Literature

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Author: Andrew M. Butler
Edward James
Farah Mendlesohn
Publisher: Science Fiction Foundation, 2000
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Genre: Fantasy
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Terry Pratchett is a publishing phenomenon. Every new book becomes a best-seller, and every book gains him more fans. Despite this -- or perhaps because of it -- he has not been taken seriously by critics, even though some reviewers have, as he has said, "accused him of literature". This collection of studies covers the whole range of Pratchett's writings, from The Carpet People to The Fifth Elephant, and includes essays by critics such as John Clute and Andy Sawyer, and children's author Cherith Baldry. Introduction by David Langford.


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