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Stupid Question: Glossary Edition

27 Nov

Is it a bad sign that a piece of fiction needs its own glossary?

I don’t want to sound like I’m complaining here, I mean, I’m all for understanding the words I’m reading, but when a novel has a glossary, it makes me concerned.  Does that mean I don’t have to write Classic Word of the Day posts?  Or does it mean that I have to write more? Do your copies of The Return of the Native have glossaries, too?  Are these real words, or Hardy specials?

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Posted by on November 27, 2012 in The Return of the Native

 

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