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What an excellent opportunity...
# famous much? $fellowship{ring}; ($tower) x 2; $val = system 'king'; # petdance has nothing on me ;) # I'm thinking of OSC books here END { game() } $SIG{CHLD} = \&talk; # some short stories, all by the same author HEIM: { ... }; # perhaps this is a strech... pop @body; my Bottle $imp; # and some other books... @days = map permute("world"), 1 .. 80; $phasers = 'stun'; int main () { $foo = 10; } # one of my favorites... *me = *robot; ("perl.c", "perl.h"); # another tricky one
Answers are obligatory, I suppose...
Fellowship of the Ring
The Two Towers
Return of the King

Ender's Game
Speaker for the Dead

The Body-Snatcher
The Bottle-Imp

Around the World in 80 Days

Set Phasers to Stun

Stranger in a Strange Land (you knew that, though...)

I, Robot


Jeff[japhy]Pinyan: Perl, regex, and perl hacker.
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