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Diana Wynne Jones

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  • Teen fiction is my favourite area, with authors such as Diana Wynne Jones, Rosemary Suctliffe, Noel Streatfeild, Alan Garner, Joan Aiken, and more in my general top twenty authors list. love & rockets:

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  • For so many of us who love this genre, there was no one more esteemed than Diana Wynne Jones.

    Monica Edinger: Diana Wynne Jones: An Appreciation

  • There is a special sadness to stories published posthumously, even when, as with Diana Wynne Jones's "Earwig and the Witch" Greenwillow, $15.99, 120 pages , the tone of the book itself is quite jolly.

    A Prize Winner With a Poignant Sense of Loss

  • Diana Wynne Jones 1934-2011 English novelist Diana Wynne Jones , who captivated both children and adults with her stories, wrote about a boy facing the challenges of mastering magic at a school run by an all-powerful wizard some 20 years before Harry Potter arrived, and saw her work turned into an Oscar-nominated animated film, "Howl's Moving Castle."

    Author of Enchanting Children's Books Tackled Larger Themes

  • For so many of us who love this genre, there was no one more esteemed than Diana Wynne Jones.

    Monica Edinger: Diana Wynne Jones: An Appreciation

  • Your Obedient Serpent @83: Diana Wynne Jones uses that same joke in one of her short stories.

    Making Light: Open thread 137

  • PJ Evans @88 to Frank @87: or Patricia Wrede's Victorian magic tales, or Diana Wynne Jones' Chrestomanci books, or ... the list is pretty long of folks who bring magic into "normal" life.

    Making Light: Rowling's being sued for plagiarism again

  • But you know this from the time Adrian spent down here with us working his way through the novels of Susan Cooper and Diana Wynne Jones before ripping them off with his Willy.

    Making Light: Rowling's being sued for plagiarism again

  • Then you should be able to name three each of ideas, concepts, and language "similarities" that have not previously been used in books by writers such as Susan Cooper, Jane Yolen, Diana Wynne Jones, Neil Gaiman, or, for that matter, Joseph Campbell.

    Making Light: Rowling's being sued for plagiarism again

  • In fact, if we decide to assume that Rowling is at fault here and must pay up, then Adrian's estate should enjoy the smooth feeling of those pound notes sliding across their palms for the fraction of a second they get to hold them before turning them over to Neil Gaiman, who will smooth out a fold or two before passing them to Terry Pratchett, who will hand-deliver them to Diana Wynne Jones.

    Making Light: Rowling's being sued for plagiarism again

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