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Terry Pratchett-- I'm not sure how I feel about this quote, but I do love Terry Pratchett :)

Terry Pratchett-- I'm not sure how I feel about this quote, but I do love Terry Pratchett :)

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♥ Terry Pratchett ♥ ~ #Quote #Author #Fantasy

♥ Terry Pratchett ♥ ~ #Quote #Author #Fantasy

Terry Pratchett Hat Full Of Sky quote

Terry Pratchett Hat Full Of Sky quote

Terry Pratchett - "The female mind is certainly a devious one, my lord." Vetinari looked at his secretary...". funny, men-and-women, gender-stereotypes

Terry Pratchett - "The female mind is certainly a devious one, my lord." Vetinari looked at his secretary...". funny, men-and-women, gender-stereotypes

Terry Pratchett #Quote #Author #ScienceFiction

Terry Pratchett Quotes

Terry Pratchett #Quote #Author #ScienceFiction

An insightful quote from The Truth by Terry Pratchett. Very true.

An insightful quote from The Truth by Terry Pratchett. Very true.

Things Just Happen, What The Hell. Terry Pratchett

Things Just Happen, What The Hell. Terry Pratchett

Quote by Sir Terry Pratchett, Artist Paul Kidby. By Kim White.

Quote by Sir Terry Pratchett, Artist Paul Kidby. By Kim White.

We categorize too much on the basis of unreliable assumption. A literary novel written by Brian Aldiss must be science fiction, because he is a known science fiction writer; a science fiction novel by Margaret Atwood is literature because she is a literary novelist. Recent Discworld books have spun on such concerns as the nature of belief, politics and even of journalistic freedom, but put in one lousy dragon and they call you a fantasy writer. – Terry Pratchett

We categorize too much on the basis of unreliable assumption. A literary novel written by Brian Aldiss must be science fiction, because he is a known science fiction writer; a science fiction novel by Margaret Atwood is literature because she is a literary novelist. Recent Discworld books have spun on such concerns as the nature of belief, politics and even of journalistic freedom, but put in one lousy dragon and they call you a fantasy writer. – Terry Pratchett

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