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Feb 6th 2011 at 12:42:13 AM •••

Found this discussion point at the bottom of the page:

  • Grain of salt? While not completely missing the point, John Granger has created a largely misaimed critique. Harry Potter (and The Lord Of The Rings, for that matter) is not a heroic fantasy, about the skilled and proper use of power, but a spiritual/moral one, about making choices and transcending fear. While Grangers makes some valid objections, he's essentially criticizing a unicorn for not being a jet fighter.

Comment appears to be about the essay Destiny Unfulfilled, but comment says "John Granger". Essay was written by Jim Adam; Granger's the one who wrote the book in the paragraph above. I assume you're trying to make a point about the essay's author rather than Granger, but wasn't sure, so I moved this here until we can sort this out.

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