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Re: [delany-list] "channelling" or plagarism?

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  • Peter Fogarty
    Yes, I was gobsmacked when he lifted nearly the whole plot of the scene where Paul Muad dib s sister Alia meets her biological grandfather, the Baron, in Dune
    Message 1 of 2 , Jan 27, 2006
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      Yes, I was gobsmacked when he lifted nearly the whole plot of the
      scene where Paul Muad'dib's sister Alia meets her biological
      grandfather, the Baron, in Dune by Frank Herbert.
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      At 11:26 a.m. 27/01/2006, Fred Kiesche wrote:
      >Greetings:
      >
      >"...and I am pretty sure that the author of Eragon
      >has unwittedly channeled this book in the writing of
      >his two
      >books..."
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      >He has apparently "channeled" quite a few books. Of
      >course, it is all unwitting. And all the reviewers who
      >sing praises to Eragon apparently have never been
      >exposed to decades of fantasy and SF writing, so they
      >are unwitting in their ignorance of the "channeling".
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      > Fred Kiesche (FPK3)
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