History Literature / TheDandelionGirl

17th Jul '15 4:47:18 PM Person0123452
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The short story itself [[http://infinitemirai.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/young-robert-f-the-dandelion-girl.pdf may be read here]]; reviewers have found the story to be [[TearJerker poignant and leave a strong impression]] on readers. The main quote in the story served as the inspiration for the anime ''Anime/RahXephon'' and is also referenced in ''VisualNovel/{{Clannad}}'' and ''VideoGame/{{Portal 2}}''.
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The short story itself [[http://infinitemirai.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/young-robert-f-the-dandelion-girl.pdf may be read here]]; reviewers have found the story to be [[TearJerker poignant and leave a strong impression]] on readers. The main quote in the story served as the inspiration for the anime ''Anime/RahXephon'' and ''Anime/RahXephon''. It is also referenced in ''VisualNovel/{{Clannad}}'' and ''VideoGame/{{Portal 2}}''.
17th Jul '15 4:46:18 PM Person0123452
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* MsImagination: Mark finds Julie's vivid imagination endearing and desires to talk to her greatly to hear more about how she thinks of the world.
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* MsImagination: Mark finds Julie's vivid imagination endearing and greatly desires to talk to her greatly to hear more about how she thinks of the world.
17th Jul '15 7:12:24 AM Koveras
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->''"Day before yesterday I saw a rabbit, and yesterday a deer, and today, you."''\\ --'''Julie Danvers''' ''Literature/TheDandelionGirl'' is short story written by Robert F. Young, an American science fiction writer. Published in April 1961, the story follows the middle-aged Mark Randolph, a lawyer who is on vacation in September 1961. He travels to a rural area just outside of the city where he works, and one day, encounters a young woman named Julie Danvers in a wooded area. She professes that she is from the year 2201 and that her father has a time machine. Despite initially being skeptical of Julie's stories, Mark finds himself captivated with her fanciful imagination and begins to fall in love with her.
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->''"Day before yesterday I saw a rabbit, and yesterday a deer, and today, you."''\\ --'''Julie "'' -->--'''Julie Danvers''' ''Literature/TheDandelionGirl'' ''The Dandelion Girl'' is short story written by Robert F. Young, an American science fiction writer. Published in April 1961, the story follows the middle-aged Mark Randolph, a lawyer who is on vacation in September 1961. He travels to a rural area just outside of the city where he works, and one day, encounters a young woman named Julie Danvers in a wooded area. She professes that she is from the year 2201 and that her father has a time machine. Despite initially being skeptical of Julie's stories, Mark finds himself captivated with her fanciful imagination and begins to fall in love with her.
17th Jul '15 7:12:08 AM Koveras
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->''"Day before yesterday I saw a rabbit, and yesterday a deer, and today, you." -Julie Danvers''
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->''"Day before yesterday I saw a rabbit, and yesterday a deer, and today, you." -Julie Danvers'' "''\\ --'''Julie Danvers'''

The short story itself [[http://infinitemirai.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/young-robert-f-the-dandelion-girl.pdf may be read here]]; reviewers have found the story to be [[TearJerker poignant and leave a strong impression]] on readers. The main quote in the story served as the inspiration for the anime ''Anime/RahXephon''and is also referenced in ''VisualNovel/{{Clannad}}'' and ''VideoGame/{{Portal 2}}''.
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The short story itself [[http://infinitemirai.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/young-robert-f-the-dandelion-girl.pdf may be read here]]; reviewers have found the story to be [[TearJerker poignant and leave a strong impression]] on readers. The main quote in the story served as the inspiration for the anime ''Anime/RahXephon''and ''Anime/RahXephon'' and is also referenced in ''VisualNovel/{{Clannad}}'' and ''VideoGame/{{Portal 2}}''.
31st Dec '13 5:59:06 PM Person0123452
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The short story itself [[http://infinitemirai.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/young-robert-f-the-dandelion-girl.pdf may be read here]]; reviewers have found the story to be [[TearJerker poignant and leave a strong impression]] on readers. The main quote in the story serves as the inspiration for the anime ''Anime/RahXephon''. It is also referrenced in ''VisualNovel/{{Clannad}}'' and ''VideoGame/{{Portal 2}}''.
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The short story itself [[http://infinitemirai.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/young-robert-f-the-dandelion-girl.pdf may be read here]]; reviewers have found the story to be [[TearJerker poignant and leave a strong impression]] on readers. The main quote in the story serves served as the inspiration for the anime ''Anime/RahXephon''. It ''Anime/RahXephon''and is also referrenced referenced in ''VisualNovel/{{Clannad}}'' and ''VideoGame/{{Portal 2}}''.
7th Nov '13 5:52:04 PM ClockworkUniverses
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''Literature/TheDandelionGirl'' is short story written by Robert F. Young, an American science fiction writer. Published in April 1961, the story follows the middle-aged Mark Randolph, a lawyer who is on vacation in September 1961. He travels to a rural area just outside of the city where he works, and one day, encounters a young woman named Julie Danvers in a wooded area. She professes that she is from the year 2201 and that her father has a time machine. Despite being skeptical of Julie's stories initially, Mark begins to fall in love with her. The short story itself [[http://infinitemirai.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/young-robert-f-the-dandelion-girl.pdf may be read here]]; reviewers find the story to be [[TearJerker poignant and leave a strong impression]] on readers. The main quote in the story serves as the inspiration for the anime ''Anime/RahXephon''. It is also referrenced in ''VisualNovel/{{Clannad}}'' and ''VideoGame/{{Portal 2}}''.
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''Literature/TheDandelionGirl'' is short story written by Robert F. Young, an American science fiction writer. Published in April 1961, the story follows the middle-aged Mark Randolph, a lawyer who is on vacation in September 1961. He travels to a rural area just outside of the city where he works, and one day, encounters a young woman named Julie Danvers in a wooded area. She professes that she is from the year 2201 and that her father has a time machine. Despite initially being skeptical of Julie's stories initially, stories, Mark finds himself captivated with her fanciful imagination and begins to fall in love with her. The short story itself [[http://infinitemirai.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/young-robert-f-the-dandelion-girl.pdf may be read here]]; reviewers find have found the story to be [[TearJerker poignant and leave a strong impression]] on readers. The main quote in the story serves as the inspiration for the anime ''Anime/RahXephon''. It is also referrenced in ''VisualNovel/{{Clannad}}'' and ''VideoGame/{{Portal 2}}''.
6th Nov '13 12:51:22 PM Krennthief
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Typo: "Mark begins to falls in love with her." Changed to "Mark begins to fall in love with her."
''Literature/TheDandelionGirl'' is short story written by Robert F. Young, an American science fiction writer. Published in April 1961, the story follows the middle-aged Mark Randolph, a lawyer who is on vacation in September 1961. He travels to a rural area just outside of the city where he works, and one day, encounters a young woman named Julie Danvers in a wooded area. She professes that she is from the year 2201 and that her father has a time machine. Despite being skeptical of Julie's stories initially, Mark begins to falls in love with her.
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''Literature/TheDandelionGirl'' is short story written by Robert F. Young, an American science fiction writer. Published in April 1961, the story follows the middle-aged Mark Randolph, a lawyer who is on vacation in September 1961. He travels to a rural area just outside of the city where he works, and one day, encounters a young woman named Julie Danvers in a wooded area. She professes that she is from the year 2201 and that her father has a time machine. Despite being skeptical of Julie's stories initially, Mark begins to falls fall in love with her.
21st Oct '13 7:07:24 PM tehnubkilr
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Readers deserve to know that there was a visual novel adaptation. However, I emphasise again that the novel came first.
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* TheGameOfTheBook: There is a free VisualNovel [[http://www.mediafire.com/?ylyuzm4zwuw adaptation]] of this short story.
16th Oct '13 6:10:36 AM tehnubkilr
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'''"The Dandelion Girl"''' is short story written by Robert F. Young, an American science fiction writer. Published in April 1961, the story follows the middle-aged Mark Randolph, a lawyer who is on vacation in September 1961. He travels to a rural area just outside of the city where he works, and one day, encounters a young woman named Julie Danvers in a wooded area. She professes that she is from the year 2201 and that her father has a time machine. Despite being skeptical of Julie's stories initially, Mark begins to falls in love with her.
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'''"The Dandelion Girl"''' ''Literature/TheDandelionGirl'' is short story written by Robert F. Young, an American science fiction writer. Published in April 1961, the story follows the middle-aged Mark Randolph, a lawyer who is on vacation in September 1961. He travels to a rural area just outside of the city where he works, and one day, encounters a young woman named Julie Danvers in a wooded area. She professes that she is from the year 2201 and that her father has a time machine. Despite being skeptical of Julie's stories initially, Mark begins to falls in love with her.
15th Oct '13 11:26:10 PM Vasha
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''Literature/TheDandelionGirl'' is short story written by Robert F. Young, an American science fiction writer. Published in April 1961, the story follows the middle-aged Mark Randolph, a lawyer who is on vacation in September 1961. He travels to a rural area just outside of the city where he works, and one day, encounters a young woman named Julie Danvers in a wooded area. She professes that she is from the year 2201 and that her father has a time machine. Despite being skeptical of Julie's stories initially, Mark begins to falls in love with her.
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''Literature/TheDandelionGirl'' '''"The Dandelion Girl"''' is short story written by Robert F. Young, an American science fiction writer. Published in April 1961, the story follows the middle-aged Mark Randolph, a lawyer who is on vacation in September 1961. He travels to a rural area just outside of the city where he works, and one day, encounters a young woman named Julie Danvers in a wooded area. She professes that she is from the year 2201 and that her father has a time machine. Despite being skeptical of Julie's stories initially, Mark begins to falls in love with her.

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