Thursday, November 25, 2010

Terrific Typos

From LitLovers Blog:

Rowlings sentences are chock-full of clauses and phrases, comas and semicolons, some stretching out to 50 words!

 Well, yes, there are indeed characters who are in comas--Neville Longbottom's parents in particular, if I recall correctly.  Not sure that qualifies as "chock full" however.

Oh, and it's no surprise, but I endorse the position taken on Harry Potter--do go out and read them all if you haven't.  Or if you haven't recently.

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