Literature Jonathan Strange And Mr Norrell Discussion

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10:45:58 AM Nov 18th 2017
Before I or anyone else goes on an edit spree, why is there never a period after "Mr" in any of these pages? Is a form of Phantasy Spelling?
07:19:17 PM Jun 19th 2015
The button for the television adaptation simply returns you to the page for the book. Shouldn't they be either separated or the button removed?
02:06:45 AM Jun 20th 2015
The series page redirects to the Literature one, that's why. Don't know what to do about it.
01:17:00 PM Feb 28th 2011
Something on Pulling Himself Together might be suitable, with regards to the Gentleman with the Thistle-down Hair.
06:54:09 AM Oct 11th 2011
Just inserted it, though it would have happened a lot quicker if you'd put it in.
11:51:21 AM May 15th 2010
Rewrote the introductory blurb to be more detailed. Here's the old one, for posterity's sake.

Susanna Clarke's highly ranked novel which tells of an alternate Britain of TheRegency era in which magic exists but its use has faded over time following its establishment in the Twelfth Century by John Uskglass aka The Raven King, a human raised in Faerie. That is, until it is brought back by Strange and Norrell who begin as student and teacher but quickly turn into bitter rivals. At the same time, they are ignorant to the threat posed by the charming but mad fairy, The Gentleman With Thistle-down Hair, who eventually decides that Strange is his worst enemy...
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