DRACO DORMIENS CASSANDRA CLAIRE PDF

Share This article is not part of the Harry Potter universe. This article covers a subject that is part of the real world, and thus should not be taken as a part of the Harry Potter universe. The Draco Trilogy is a Draco-centric epic written and posted in instalments by Cassandra Clare over a period of six years, consisting three novel-length stories: Draco Dormiens, Draco Sinister, and Draco Veritas. In the beginning there is a love triangle where both Draco Malfoy and Harry Potter are interested in Hermione Granger. The trilogy contributed to the popularisation of Fanon Draco, called "Leather Pants Draco" after a famous scene in Draco Sinister where Draco ends up looking good in incredibly tight leather pants. Contents [ show ] Author Judith Rumelt, more commonly known as Cassandra Clare, is the author of many Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings fanfictions, including the Draco trilogy, notable for a plagiarism controversy.

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Share This article is not part of the Harry Potter universe. This article covers a subject that is part of the real world, and thus should not be taken as a part of the Harry Potter universe.

The Draco Trilogy is a Draco-centric epic written and posted in instalments by Cassandra Clare over a period of six years, consisting three novel-length stories: Draco Dormiens, Draco Sinister, and Draco Veritas. In the beginning there is a love triangle where both Draco Malfoy and Harry Potter are interested in Hermione Granger. The trilogy contributed to the popularisation of Fanon Draco, called "Leather Pants Draco" after a famous scene in Draco Sinister where Draco ends up looking good in incredibly tight leather pants.

Contents [ show ] Author Judith Rumelt, more commonly known as Cassandra Clare, is the author of many Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings fanfictions, including the Draco trilogy, notable for a plagiarism controversy. Her fanfictions were taken down after Clare began her published career with The City of Bones. As of today, she continues to write the Shadowhunters Chronicles, and plans to write the Magisterium series with Holly Black. Draco Dormiens "When an accident in Potions class turns Harry into Draco and Draco into Harry, each is trapped playing the part of the other.

Romance, mistaken identities, Really Cunning Plans, evil bake sales, a love triangle, and snogs galore. Net in August It is the shortest novel in the series by far, totaling roughly 70, words. The story is an AU, diverging from canon after Goblet of Fire. The need to keep this a secret, the even greater need to find an antidote, and a love triangle where both Draco and Harry are interested in Hermione, power the plot of the novel.

Draco Sinister "When Hermione is kidnapped, Harry and Draco must team up to rescue her from a thousand-year-old evil that threatens the entire wizarding world.

Cursed demon swords, love potions, time travel, dementors, flying dragons, Draco wears leather, and everybody dies at least once. Net in late It only appeared online in its entirety for about two weeks before Clare took down her fanfiction in order to embark on her profic career. Plagiarism controversy The story first became the subject of major controversy when one reader identified an extensive sequences of action, description and dialogue from Draco Sinister, Chapter 9 as having been lifted from The Hidden Land, an out-of-print fantasy novel by Pamela Dean.

Though this was sufficient to get Clare banned from Fanfiction. Two characters might have a lengthy conversation which Buffy the Vampire Slayer fans will recognise as dialogue from the show, or Harry might answer a question with the words of a character from Babylon 5. Readers would guess which parts were quoted and what the source was, they would suggest lines to include from different sources that would fit this or that character, and there were unofficial "quote-nabbing contests" with other fanfic writers.

However, in spite of the relative candidness of these practises, they contained huge potential for trouble because they relied heavily on context to be understood. Another major issue, related to the use of pop culture dialogue, was that Cassandra Clare reproduced concepts, rough scenes, descriptive phrases and dialogue from several fantasy novels.

Such borrowings were often not cited, or cited in such a way as to make the amount of borrowed text appear far less extensive than it actually was. Notes and references.

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The Draco Trilogy

The series was very influential in the early days of Harry Potter fandom, but became controversial when it was found that parts of it were plagiarized. In , a fan said: "The Draco Trilogy did not invent fanon! Draco, but its tremendous fame popularized him and gave him his most recognizable traits--sex and snark. Here Draco is a redeemed figure whose relationship with Harry Potter is at times almost symbiotic.

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The Cassandra Claire Plagiarism Debacle

Shelves: unfinished , very-personal-copies , adolescent-angst , drama-overdose , conflicted-feelings , lets-kill-the-cat , ones-and-zeroes , seriously-seriously , freee-on-the-interwebz , could-get-rid-of-at-some-point-soon Pre-review October 30, Because nothing says Halloween like reading one of the most controversial fanfics of all time. November 2nd, Nice review Well November 2nd, — Nice review Well Honest review Disclaimer for "honest review": I did not like Draco Dormiens and express my dislike of it Far from that!

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