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And so on. Any more?
Does this one count?
people often say Cthulian, referencing H.P, so that works very well indeed.
"Early in the process, she noticed that the story was coming to her in scenes, and realized that it would have to be made into a film. She studied a book on screenplay formats and wrote the script herself. The medium came to her so naturally that she decided that more screen writing was in her future, and began work on her second screenplay for Lost Chord, which was based on a statement made by Johnny Depp in an interview that he and Keanu Reeves should play brothers in a band as they both play instruments and have a similar look."
"Bigendian" actually trended on Twitter when that stolen iphone 4 prototype surfaced...
"cyberpunk" being the genre.
They're merely adjectives for describing things reminiscent of their work surely?
But you know what I mean: common go-to author references that have their own 'ian' on the end.
Senecan, as in Senecan tragedy.
Not really, I just wanted to say Ian twice.
Philip K Dick doesn't have an '-ian' but you could say him, I suppose. That might get applied to films more though.
crops up in a few places.
never heard it used when not referring to the man himself, It is in the dictionary though I think.
though they pretty much fulfil the other criteria too i guess
a winner every one, sir!
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