Patrick Juola

Jul. 26, 2013

Uncovering the Mystery of J.K. Rowling’s Latest Novel

Determining an author’s linguistic fingerprint using forensic stylometry.

forensic stylometry, textual analysis, literary, book, detective work, harry potter, cuckoo's calling, j. k. rowling, patrick juola, duquesne university, mystery, forensics, forensic stylometry

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