Harry Potter and the Lamentable Lexicon: a sequel

The IPKat conveys his gracious thanks to the eponymous Laurence Kaye and to Lewis Silkin's Chris Rycroft for their swift efforts in furnishing him with the full text of the Harry Potter decision (see note below for context). You can now read it for yourself here. Laurence, by the way, has demonstrated a fair bit of wizardry of his own in conjuring up this incisive note on the decision on his own weblog.

Right: a contrast with the defendant's Lexicon, which was peddling the Business of Language ...
Harry Potter and the Lamentable Lexicon: a sequel <i>Harry Potter and the Lamentable Lexicon</i>: a sequel Reviewed by Jeremy on Tuesday, September 09, 2008 Rating: 5

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