Remember that novel that Snoopy is always typing in the Peanuts series? Someone took the time and compiled the complete text. Happy reading!
I think someone needs to fill in the gaps. Snoopy should hire a ghostwriter, sort-of like that girl from Harvard who plagarized her book, but without the plagarism.
Apparently that "complete text" wasn't quite complete. Here's how it finishes (courtesy of the Peanuts FAQ):The two men rolled on the ground grappling beneath the murderoushooves. A left and a right. A left. Another left and right.An uppercut to the jaw. The fight was over. And so the ranch was saved. The young intern sat by himself in one corner of the coffee shop. He had learned about medicine, but more importantly, he had learned something about life. THE END(At which point, Linus asked, "But what about the king?" He got clonked on the head for his impertinence.)
The complete text was at the original site, you just had to scroll down to the bottom of the page.
How is that plagarist like a ghostwriter?
The plagarist used a ghostwriter.
So I wonder what it was that the young intern learned about life? Maybe that it can be really random sometimes...
If you just think of it as a blog, it all makes sense.
Too much analysis here (as an English teacher, I do enough of that)...let's appreciate Snoopy for all that he is, CUTE!!!!!!! and snoopy typing a story is even cuter! some of us know that Snoopy is very capable of typing ;) For taking all this this time and doggie brain power to write a story, Snoopy is therefore brilliant and has proven his excellence. Let's all wish Snoopy a hearty mazel tov ;)
hmmm, as a fellow student of English Lit, can there ever be too much analysis?
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