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2:26 PM
@Bookworm So many people attracted through HNQ who don't understand that this is Literature SE, not TV Tropes SE.
 
 
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Q: Was there recent book burning in Canada?

pinegulfAustralian new source News.com.au reports On Tuesday, it was reported in Canadian media that in 2019 a “flame purification ceremony” was held by the French language school board Conseil scolaire catholique Providence, which oversees elementary and secondary schools in southwestern Ontario. Thi...

 
4:23 PM
Destroying Tintin and Astérix comics. Real progress there in Canada.
 
4:35 PM
Would Literature SE be able to do anything with labels on answers?
 
I don't know how useful it'd be here, for much the same reasons as unpinning accepted answers: this site doesn't see too much obsolescence of answers due to newly published material. A bit, maybe, but not much.
(Both of these network issues are really making me notice differences between SFF and Lit.)
 
For a question such as "What is the earliest mention in fiction of 'X`?", one might have labels for , , etc, depending on the scope of the answer. That's the only use case I can think of ATM.
By the way, we don't have tags or labels for contributions that were posted as part of a topic challenge.
 
@Tsundoku More in the spirit of the original SO purpose, there'd also be a use case when someone asks about a book series which is currently in progress. Like , , etc. But I don't think that's very common here.
Sep 14 at 21:59, by Mithical
My answer really needs some updates, though, which I keep forgetting to do. It's several years out of date.
^ the famous Rick Riordan dupe target would be one example
 
Right, that's not very common.
Or A Song of Ice and Fire. But some people no longer believe progress is to be expected.
(I'm not the only one who doesn't want to buy A Game of Thrones until A Dream of Spring has been published.)
 

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