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4th Aug '16 2:50:33 AM PaulA
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* Craswell Crabbit in Terry Brooks' ''[[MagicKingdomOfLandover A Princess of Landover]]'' is a villainous version of this.

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* Craswell Crabbit in Terry Brooks' ''[[MagicKingdomOfLandover A Princess of Landover]]'' ''Literature/APrincessOfLandover'' is a villainous version of this.
29th Jul '16 7:34:43 PM Malady
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* In Kelly Link's short story ''Magic for Beginners,'' there's a whole TV show of magic librarians, and the entire television series the characters are watching (and, it's implied, also a part of themselves) takes place within a [[GreatBigLibraryOfEverything giant library]].

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* In Kelly Link's short story ''Magic for Beginners,'' ''Literature/MagicForBeginners,'' there's a whole TV show of magic librarians, and the entire television series the characters are watching (and, it's implied, also a part of themselves) takes place within a [[GreatBigLibraryOfEverything giant library]].
27th Jul '16 1:31:01 PM Discar
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8th Mar '16 11:13:16 AM Stiofan
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* Ingrid Beauchamp of ''Series/{{Witches of East End}}'' is a librarian. Oh, she's also a witch belonging to a family of witches and warlocks that are not originally of this World. Her family and that of her friends, brothers Dash and Killian Gardiner, have a very, very long history. And she's just finding out about it...
27th Jan '16 12:46:12 AM tiiger
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27th Jan '16 12:37:15 AM tiiger
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* Creator/StephenKing's ''The Library Policeman'' has Ardelia Lortz, whom the protagonist first meets in a disused library in variation of the [[BewareOfHitchhikingGhosts Phantom 309]] scenario - he later finds out that she's long dead. See ScaryLibrarian.
1st Nov '15 10:00:21 PM NoirGrimoir
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->''"What do you think of the library?"\\
"It's pretty big," I murmured, looking all around me.\\
"Two hundred miles in every direction," said the Cat off-handedly and beginning to purr. "Twenty-six floors above ground, twenty-six below."\\
"You must have a copy of every book that's been written," I observed.\\
"Every book that will ''ever'' be written," corrected the Cat, "and a few others besides."\\
"How many?"\\
"Well, I've never counted them myself, but certainly more than twelve."''
-->-- ''[[Literature/ThursdayNext Lost in a Good Book]]''
30th Sep '15 12:21:23 AM narm00
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* Jocasta Nu is both a librarian and a [[StarWars Jedi.]]

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* Jocasta Nu is both a librarian and a [[StarWars [[Franchise/StarWars Jedi.]]



** In ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'', Space Marine Librarians are responsible for their chapter's archives, and are also powerful psykers.

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** * In ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'', Space Marine Librarians are responsible for their chapter's archives, and are also powerful psykers.
21st Sep '15 1:51:48 PM LadyEvil
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* Jocasta Nu is both a librarian and a [[StarWars Jedi.]]
23rd Aug '15 8:01:48 AM Discar
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* The Evil Librarians are the main villians of the AlcatrazSeries, and secretly rule the world as we know it.

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* The Evil Librarians are the main villians of the AlcatrazSeries, ''Literature/AlcatrazSeries'', and secretly rule the world as we know it.
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