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  • 4 recent cases of plagiarism charges in the headlines

    4 recent cases of plagiarism charges in the headlines

    Plagiarism charges regularly plague the book world, often resulting in tarnished reputations. For those accused, the allegations are humiliating, while the writers plagiarized often feel themselves to be the victims of a theft for which they are never fully compensated. In recent cases, plagiarism charges have swirled around a variety of different kinds of publications: an award-wining French novel, a 2006 congressional report, the memoir of former President George W. Bush, and the "Harry Potter" series.

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  • 4 recent cases of plagiarism charges in the headlines

    4 recent cases of plagiarism charges in the headlines

    Plagiarism charges regularly plague the book world, often resulting in tarnished reputations. For those accused, the allegations are humiliating, while the writers plagiarized often feel themselves to be the victims of a theft for which they are never fully compensated. In recent cases, plagiarism charges have swirled around a variety of different kinds of publications: an award-wining French novel, a 2006 congressional report, the memoir of former President George W. Bush, and the "Harry Potter" series.

  • J.K. Rowling plagiarism suit – is it serious?

    Chapter & Verse J.K. Rowling plagiarism suit – is it serious?

    A judge has refused to dismiss a plagiarism suit against "Harry Potter" creator J.K. Rowling.

  • Judge refuses to dismiss Harry Potter plagiarism suit against J.K. Rowling

    Judge refuses to dismiss Harry Potter plagiarism suit against J.K. Rowling

    A British judge is refusing to dismiss a Harry Potter plagiarism law suit against the famed author. J.K. Rowling is being accused of copying substantial parts of 'Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire from an obscure 1987 fantasy book.