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January 04, 2008


Sgt. General Lickskillet

Not one for sarcasm, are ye, E.A.?

E. Abbott

Um, Clem, Harry Flashman is a fictional character from a Victorian Novel, reimagined by a 20th century author. No further proof is required.


What proof do you have that these were 'imagined memoirs' and how does anyone know they are NOT his actual memoirs as the books claim? Just curious to find out what real information is available and can back up either side. Just being published on the net is not actual proof either. Just curious


You've done it again!
Now I have to foresake:
Mann "1491"
Witold Rybzincsky "Home"
King: "Patric O'Brian"
and chase after this will o' the wisp.

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