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Thursday Next in the Well of Lost Plots: A Novel - Chapter 17: Minotaur Trouble Summary & Analysis

Jasper Fforde
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Chapter 17: Minotaur Trouble Summary

Chapter 17: Minotaur Trouble opens with Thursday reading herself into the Well. She heads to the library and buys a copy of "The Word", which has a story about nursery rhyme characters going on an indefinite strike. The issue also contains a report of the attack on Heathcliff and information about a group wanting "Hamlet" to win the Most Troubled Romantic Lead BookWorld Award. Text Grand Central also writes an open letter about UltraWord(TM), explaining how nothing would change and jobs and privileges would be protected.

Thursday reads herself into "Sense and Sensibility". There are still protests taking place outside Norland Park. They begin talking to her. Humpty-Dumpty explains that the Council sent them to talk to Text Grand Central, who referred them to the Great Panjandrum, but that no one seems to know if the Great Panjandrum even...

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