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"Master and Commander" (1969), a novel by Patrick O'Brian, the first in the "Aubrey–Maturin" series. Use with the [patrick-obrian] tag.
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Patrick O'Brian (1914–2000), English novelist, best known for the "Aubrey–Maturin" series of historical novels.
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"Kipps: The Story of a Simple Soul" (1905), a novel by H. G. Wells. Use with the [h-g-wells] tag.
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Questions about the works of Haruki Murakami (e.g. Norwegian Wood, Kafka on the Shore, and The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle), or his life as a writer. If asking about a specific Murakami work, use this auth…
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For questions about "The Wind-up Bird Chronicle", a novel by Haruki Murakami which was first published in three parts in Japanese in 1994-1995.. Use with the [haruki-murakami] and [japanese-literature…
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Kamala Surayya (1934–2009), Indian poet, novelist, and short story writer; also known by her pen name Madhavikutty and married name Kamala Das.
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For question about the life and works of the English poet and essayist Wilfrid Scawen Blunt.
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Questions about misprints and typographical errors (real or suspected) in books.
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"The Da Vinci Code" (2003), a thriller by Dan Brown. Use with the [dan-brown] tag.
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Questions about the representation of non-standard and regional dialects in literature.
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