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Biographies of animals are not a very common genre, although it is not difficult to find examples with a bit of digging: Flush: A Biography (1933) by Virginia Woolf is the "imaginative biography" (Wikipedia's description) of a dog. Its entry in the Library of Congress) simply classifies is as "biographical fiction". Bobbie, a Great Collie by Charles ...


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The majority of the characters in the "Little House" books were real people. The majority of the places described in these books were real places. There was, however, artistic license (for lack of better term) used for the storytelling in these books. I would like to state that I was fortunate enough to attend a guided tour of The Laura Ingalls Wilder ...


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Rebel Raider by H. Beam Piper looks like a possibility. It ends with: Jeb Stuart left John Singleton Mosby behind Northern lines "to look after loyal Confederate people." But before the war was over, Mosby did a lot more than that.... A True Book-Length Feature


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"Elon's critics, admirers, and wanna-be entrepreneurs" is a pretty broad category, I think just saying the intended audience is merely people who are interested in Musk. In terms of tone, I would say candid and colloquial. There is a moment where Vance describes Musk repeatedly asking him [Vance] if he thought he [Musk] was crazy. I feel like Vance leaving ...


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