How J.K. Rowling uses the Internet to keep the magic of ‘Harry Potter’ alive

  — The Intentional Fallacy, 1954   With these stirring words the American critics, W. K. Wimsatt Jr. and Monroe C. Beardsley, established a principle still maintained by many: namely that once a book is published its author relinquishes authority over it and becomes, in effect, a reader like any other, with no special power […]

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