Monday, 7 August 2006

Rushdie Hearts Potter.

Turns out Salman Rushdie (and son) is a fan of Harry Potter. And who isn't? (Don't answer that.) But it's no surprise really:
Most of the response about Dumbledore followed a question by famous author Salman Rushdie, who stepped forward to the audience microphone with his son and introduced himself like any other fan. JKR said, "I don't feel this is quite fair," amusedly. "You're better at figuring out plots than most." (That might be a paraphrase.) Rushdie flat-out asked (along with whether Dumbledore was alive) whether Snape was "good" or bad." She did not answer, but said that "your opinion is correct," possibly to his assertion that Snape was intrinsically good (though it was unclear).
(Via Maud Newton.)

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