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| 02 September 2015
Canon versus Fanon versus Authorial Intent.
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"Canon is what happened...Personal canon is 'What happened as far as I'm concerned'..Fanon is any personal canon held in common by two or more people....Author intent is the personal canon of the person (or people) who wrote the source...Author intent is not canon." An interesting look at the subject with mentions of Joss' shows.
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