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*** AnalyzeNovels by Christmaswhistler.com at Version V03.06.000
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*** This program has been taught how to read a novel by breaking it down into its basic building blocks of:
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*** => Sentences of Narrative and Dialogue
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*** => Words and
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*** => The individual character.
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*** Each block of related data will start with a description of the analysis.
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*** Then a graph or two. Followed by the raw data in a tabular format for each novel.
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*** This analysis was performed against:
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*** 1) The Hobbit, or There and Back Again
in27.2seconds.
95275 words is approx. 245 paperback novel pages.
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*** 2) The Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
in65.46seconds.
187119 words is approx. 481 paperback novel pages.
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*** 3) The Lord Of The Rings: Two Towers
in43.11seconds.
153863 words is approx. 396 paperback novel pages.
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*** 4) The Lord Of The Rings: The Return of the King
in38.04seconds.
135198 words is approx. 348 paperback novel pages.
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*** 5) Through the looking-glass, Carroll
in8.32seconds.
29459 words is approx. 77 paperback novel pages.
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*** 6) Lady Chatterley's Lover; Lawrence
in46.78seconds.
117333 words is approx. 302 paperback novel pages.
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*** 7) Oh, the Places You'll Go! Seuss
in1.96seconds.
929 words is approx. 3 paperback novel pages.
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*** 8) Green Eggs and Ham, Seuss
in1.77seconds.
773 words is approx. 3 paperback novel pages.
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*** 9) The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, Baum
in10.23seconds.
39473 words is approx. 102 paperback novel pages.
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*** 10) Brian R. Smith - excerpts from Spellweavers
in44.83seconds.
115122 words is approx. 296 paperback novel pages.
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*** Parsing errors. Fixing these errors will improve AnalyzeNovel's ability to parse your Novel.
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3 or more spaces
In this line three or more spaces were found. Best to let your word processor handle white space.
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2 spaces between words
There should only be a single space between words.
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Leading space
One or more space starts this line. Best to let your word processor handle white space.
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Invalid dialogue end
Normally, dialogue ends with punctuation then the quote ("...away!"). Consider using the single quote for such things as sarcasm ('smart'). This text will be counted as dialogue until changed.
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Ellipsis > 3 chars
An ellipsis has been found with four or more periods. Should be: AP style = '...'; Chicago = '. . .'
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Tab used to indent
A tab was used to indent the paragraph. Use the indent feature in your word processor instead.
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Oz
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where the Wicked Witch ruled."
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'LET DOROTHY GO TO THE CITY OF EMERALDS'
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15. The Discovery of Oz, the Terrible
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16. The Magic Art of the Great Humbug
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"My lady fair,
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Why do you stare
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At poor old Mr. Joker?
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You're quite as stiff
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And prim as if
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You'd eaten up a poker!"
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Seuss Green
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Seuss Places
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Chatterley
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Glass
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‘Tweedledum and Tweedledee
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Agreed to have a battle;
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For Tweedledum said Tweedledee
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Had spoiled his nice new rattle.
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Just then flew down a monstrous crow,
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As black as a tar-barrel;
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Which frightened both the heroes so,
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They quite forgot their quarrel.’
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‘The sun was shining — ’
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‘The sun was shining on the sea,
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Shining with all his might:
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He did his very best to make
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The billows smooth and bright—
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And this was odd, because it was
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The middle of the night.
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The moon was shining sulkily,
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Because she thought the sun
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Had got no business to be there
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After the day was done—
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“It’s very rude of him,” she said,
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“To come and spoil the fun!”
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The sea was wet as wet could be,
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The sands were dry as dry.
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You could not see a cloud, because
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No cloud was in the sky:
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No birds were flying over head—
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There were no birds to fly.
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The Walrus and the Carpenter
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Were walking close at hand;
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They wept like anything to see
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