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Author Study: Terry Pratchett Curated by Ryuichi Yanagi '18


Abbott, William T. “White Knowledge and the Cauldron of Story: The Use of Allusion in Terry Pratchett's Discworld.” White Knowledge and the Cauldron of Story: The Use of Allusion in Terry Pratchett's DiscworldEast Tennesee State University, L-Space, 2002,

Anderson, Gail-Nina. “The Folklore of Discworld.” Folklore, vol. 122, no. 1, 2011, pp. 111–113., doi:10.1080/0015587x.2011.539000.

Bapst, David. “The Literary Evolution of Terry Pratchett.” The Literary Evolution of Terry PratchettFrontier Central High School,

Breebaart, Leo. “Wyrd Sisters.” The Annotated Pratchett File v9.0 - Wyrd Sisters,

Haberkorn, Gideon. “Cultural Palimpsests: Terry Pratchett's New Fantasy Heroes.” Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts, vol. 18, no. 3 (71), 2007, pp. 319–339. JSTOR, JSTOR,

Jones, Jonathan. “I've Read Pratchett Now: It's More Entertainment than Art.” The Guardian, Guardian News and Media, 11 Sept. 2015,

Noone, Kristin. “Shakespeare in Discworld: Witches, Fantasy, and Desire.” Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts, vol. 21, no. 1 (78), 1 Jan. 2010, pp. 26–40. JSTOR,

Pipingbring, Dan. “Terry Pratchett Archives – The Paris Review.” The Paris Review, The Paris Review, 31 Aug. 2015,

Pratchett, Terrence, and Harper Collins. “Interview with Terry Pratchett.” Interview with Terry Pratchett, Bill Pescel, 14 Sept. 2006, Accessed 4 Sept. 2017.

Sanderson, Brandon. “Terry Pratchett’s Discworld Might Be The Highest Form of Literature on the Planet.”, Tor, 27 Apr. 2013,

Young, Jim. “Terry Pratchett on the Origins of Discworld, His Order of the British Empire and Everything in Between.” Science Fiction Weekly, no. 449, Oct. 2006, Accessed 4 Sept. 2017.