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Subject: Re: Sequel?


Author:
Eric Linder (Sad and regretful for Jamie)
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Date Posted: Wed, Jan 29 2014, 4:15:15 GMT
In reply to: Danner 's message, "Sequel?" on Sat, Jan 18 2014, 23:34:36 GMT

>Has anyone updated knowledge of a sequel to 'At
>Swim...'?
No. Sometimes great works must stand on their own. It is American Pop culture which has led us all to insist on sequels, prequels, and I know not what all. One of the great American novels of the 20th cent, Harper Lee's TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD, not only had no sequel (how can perfection have a sequel?) but the author was wise enough to know that she had said what she had to say, and never wrote another book. QUAM SCRIPSI, SCRIPSI.

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