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Thursday Next in the Well of Lost Plots: A Novel Themes

Jasper Fforde
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The role of the Outland in the Bookworld

The Outland and the BookWorld rely on each other. The Outland is important to the BookWorld in that books need readers in order to exist, and the Outland relies on the BookWorld to create and manage the reading experience.

The Outland has a form of political hold on the BookWorld. Books rely on readers in order to continue to exist. A book that drops off in popularity in the Outland does not get the resources put into it that it may need to be maintained. This is at the heart of the problem with Caversham Heights. Because it is poorly written, it is not read in the Outland. In fact, it is not even published. Because it is not read in the Outland, there is virtually no budget for the characters to improve the story. This puts Caversham Heights and other...

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