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SUMMER CHALLENGE 2017 > 5.1 - A (Wo)Man of Letters

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5.1 - A (Wo)Man of Letters
Read a book written by an author whose first and last name initials can be found in MEDIEVAL. Letters may only be used as often as they appear. A last name is a name in the final position preceded by a space. One qualifying author in a work by multiple contributors works.


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Christine | 712 comments Just to clarify: Daphne du Maurier would work for this task, because there is a space between du Maurier. Correct? Thanks!


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Christine wrote: "Just to clarify: Daphne du Maurier would work for this task, because there is a space between du Maurier. Correct? Thanks!"

The first and last name initials are DM, that works.


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Trish (trishhartuk) | 2495 comments I'm trying to fit a book by Victor LaValle. As far as I can see, the surname is one word with a random capital in the middle, so the initials would be VL - which would work here - but as its an odd-un, I wanted to double check.


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Trish wrote: "I'm trying to fit a book by Victor LaValle. As far as I can see, the surname is one word with a random capital in the middle, so the initials would be VL - which would work here - ..."

The initials are VL.


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Trish (trishhartuk) | 2495 comments Dlmrose wrote: "Trish wrote: "I'm trying to fit a book by Victor LaValle. As far as I can see, the surname is one word with a random capital in the middle, so the initials would be VL - which woul..."

Thanks!


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Michelle (michellevaldez) | 140 comments From reading the rules page, I understand a single letter would suffice for a first initial, but how would two work, as in the case of V.C. Andrews? Would this be VA or VCA? Thank you!


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Michelle wrote: "From reading the rules page, I understand a single letter would suffice for a first initial, but how would two work, as in the case of V.C. Andrews? Would this be VA or VCA? Thank ..."

VA


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