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  • Rowling fought a more realistic-sounding accusation in 2002 when she was accused of plagiarizing from a book by Nancy Stouffer called Larry Potter and the Muggles.

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  • Rowling fought a more realistic-sounding accusation in 2002 when she was accused of plagiarizing from a book by Nancy Stouffer called Larry Potter and the Muggles.

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  • Rowling fought a more realistic-sounding accusation in 2002 when she was accused of plagiarizing from a book by Nancy Stouffer called Larry Potter and the Muggles.

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  • This post was mentioned on Twitter by Larry Potter, Missions Unknown.

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  • I doubt that I would be allowed to write about a wizard school with a main character named Larry Potter, for example, but a wizard school set in New England with completely different character names?

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  • The Rev. Larry Potter, pastor of Life Point Church in Clinton, offered a prayer for schools, their students, teachers and administrators.

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  • In 1999, American author Nancy Stouffer sued Rowling for plagiarism, alleging that the Harry Potter books stole material from her books, "The Legend of Rah and the Muggles" and "Larry Potter and His Best Friend Lilly."

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  • I’ll give up my Larry Potter series then, if you’re gonna be so snooty about it.

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  • Rowling herself was cleared of charges of plagiarism earlier this year after U.S. author Nancy Stouffer claimed Rowling had stolen ideas from her own children’s books, including stories about a boy named Larry Potter.

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  • A new series by J.K. Rowling chronicling the tales of Harry and Ginny's not-so-impressive son. Living in the shadow of a father who defeated evil is rubbish!

    June 16, 2010

  • Wait. Harry and... Ginny? Are you serious?

    June 16, 2010

  • *covers ears*

    June 16, 2010