Neil Gaiman on the quiet rage of Terry Pratchett

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Neil Gaiman’s introduction to A Slip of the Keyboard, a collection of Terry Pratchett’s nonfiction essays, exposes a little-known side of the writer than many think of as a “twinkly old elf” — the rage that is Pratchett’s engine, driving him to write deceptively simple stories that decry unfairness and make virtue from bravery.

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