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An archived version of a 2007 NCSU course blog
In chapter two, Mallon uses examples of Reade’s plagiarism. As he looks deeper in the the plagiarism, he finds several works that are all blatantly plagiarised from the same source but were not recognized as plagiarism for quite a while after they were published. Are there any examples of literature in the modern world that escaped detection as plagiarism for a long time after being published?
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