A Tearful Fan and a Nervous Author

On the heels of my previous post comes this article in the New York Times about the J.K. Rowling law suit which begins:

Shhh! The librarian at the heart of the Harry Potter copyright-infringement lawsuit stood up to J. K. Rowling on Tuesday in a Manhattan courtroom, and then broke down sobbing.

Let’s contrast this to yesterday’s article, also reported by Anemona Hartcollis, which begins its report on Rowling’s testimony thus:

It was her first time testifying in a courtroom, J. K. Rowling said on Monday, and she was a bit nervous.

David and Goliath? Mouse and Lion? Talk about creating historical narratives!


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