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Who was Doctor Who's cleverest companion?
In science fiction, doctor who - asked by - 5 answers
A question on "Jessica" by Rosie Rushton
In Books, teenage fiction, Rosie Rushton - asked by (Guest30185) - 2 answers
Sherlock Holmes and Poirot (plus of course possibly some others) all had a touch of condescension about them when dealing with others. Did that reflect the attitude of the authors to their readers?
In Crime, fiction, attitudes - asked by Hiheels - 3 answers
Dial 'M' for more. (Cold war spy thrillers and crime fiction)
In history, literature, fiction - asked by MICHAELSCREEN - 3 answers
Dial 'M' for music!
In espionage, fiction, popular culture - asked by - 4 answers
Has anyone seriously tried to put lipstick on a pig? When? and why?
In science fiction - asked by osbertonbowls - 2 answers
what's the best way to get published
In writing, fiction, fact - asked by Maygs - 2 answers
What is Sojourner Truth’s attitude toward the Bible?
In nonfiction - asked by Jennx0101 - 2 answers
what is the most disturbing work of fiction you have ever read or seen as a movie?
In fiction, books, movies - asked by - 7 answers
What was your favorite Sci Fi TV series when you was a kid ?
In Tv, Sciencefiction - asked by - 14 answers
Do science fiction stories ever inspire new scientific theories?
In general opinion, science fiction, scientific theory - asked by - 5 answers
in terry pratchets reaperman, death sharpens his sythe with a stone, then silk, then spider silk, then air, then moonlight.
In fact or fiction - asked by - 4 answers
Does Frankenstein (the monster) really exist?
In science fiction - asked by - 4 answers
Doctor Who discrepancies... who is Susan's mother?
In science fiction, doctor who, relatives - asked by duffield1 - 2 answers
Do you believe in Winston?
In history, fiction - asked by - 5 answers
The science fiction writer Arthur C. Clarke, who wrote more than 100 books including 2001: A Space Odyssey has died, are there any other Sci-Fi writers that have such foresight as what Arthur had?
In writer, science fiction - asked by - 4 answers
i need a list of creatures that glow in the dark
In science fiction - asked by - 4 answers
how much tannin present in 1 cup of tea?
In science fiction - asked by (Guest27922) - 1 answer
this person claimed that flies only had four legs - and for decades, people believed them. why?!
In fact, fiction, flies - asked by - 5 answers
did paris hilton really get part of her toe chopped off so she'd be more comfortable in her jimmy choo's?
In fact, fiction, feet - asked by - 2 answers
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