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Author who turns classics into children's books gets sued

Two major publishers and estates of Clarke, Kerouac, Capote and Hemingway file complaint over his unauthorised use of material

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“We strongly believe that this case is without merit since we feel that we are protected by law to provide a literary commentary on these classic novels.” - Fredrik Colting

FREDRIK Colting, a Swedish author who was sued by J.D. Salinger's estate several years ago for publishing an unauthorised sequel to The Catcher In The Rye, has once again been sued for repurposing an iconic work by a dead writer.

This time, he is facing a legal complaint from four

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