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Old 15th Aug 2007, 9:00   #21
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Yes, you're right JM and JS: a 'hide' for the answers in the original post, and no "yes, that's correct" acknowledgments does seem like a fair way to go about things.
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OK, we'll enlarge the scale somewhat. Here are some fictional lands; where do they come from?
  1. Carbombya
  2. Cockaigne the peasant's land of happiness and plenty
  3. New Crobuzon Perdido Street Station
  4. Gilead The Handmaid's Tale
  5. Grand Fenwick The Mouse That Roared
  6. Hyrule
  7. Oceania 1984
  8. Skull Island King Kong
  9. Island of Sodor Thomas the Tank Engine
  10. Thulahn The Business
  11. Vulgaria Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
  12. Bosqueverde
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Was I right with No. 10 amner?
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7. 1984
8. King Kong
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Aha, I see.
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Is 5. The Mouse That Roared? I don't know how I know this, if it is indeed correct.
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No.4 is Margaret Atwood, The Handmaid's Tale
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11. is Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
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3. New Crobuzon Perdido Street Station
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