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I see you removed the section on Plot Holes. Just wondering if it's common practice in Wikipedia book articles to exclude that sort of content? If so, my apologies for the original edit and thank you for removing it. — Apgold (talk • contribs) 18:54, 25 May 2015 (UTC)
Hi Apgold, well, I can't say I've seen such a section before, but that doesn't mean there shouldn't be one. We commonly let plot sections go unreferenced, with the tacit understanding that the work is itself the reference. You could make the case that your section was merely an extension of that. I considered that, but deleted on the grounds that I thought you had strayed into WP:original research territory - that it was too much your original thought. A couple suggestions - seek other opinions of WP editors (I'm not certain enough of my position, and others may well have no problem with the section you added) and/or strengthen your section by citing secondary sources. So and so commented on this plot hole. Blah blah blah Then it would be much harder for anyone to dispute the section. LadyofShalott 02:55, 27 May 2015 (UTC)