- Plagiarists are always suspicious of being stolen from.
Two people you have no respect and less time for. You don't even know they know each other. Quite by chance, you find out that in fact, they do know each other. More interesting, you find that they hate each other's guts. They throw fanciful insults at each other, make up grandiose and absurd acronyms for each other.
What do you do?
Me, I wish them the best in their efforts to scratch each other's eyes out. You know who you are, go for it.
Easy question: what classic book have I been reading and who wrote it?
Extra credit (but still easy): name two other classic books this author wrote.
Even more extra credit (don't know if it is as easy): name the city this author wrote yet another book about, and name that book.
Most credit of all: join me in marvelling at this author's versatility.
No credit: visiting Amazon or Google for answers.
(Hint: it's not John Banville, not William Faulkner, not Munshi Premchand, not Jamie Lee Curtis, not Ryszard Kapuscinski, not Harper Lee, not Amartya Sen).