Malcolm Gladwell Plagiarism

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Malcolm Gladwell's writing broadened my perspective on plagiarism. In "Something Borrowed," Malcolm Gladwell thought briefly, his work was being used without giving him credit. I feel that Gladwell's three problems with plagiarism is with the why, what and how aspect. Why had his work been copied, what of his work had been copied and how was his work being used. In looking for the answers, I think Gladwell started to better understand the use of his work. Gladwell's problem with plagiarism is not with, "Old words in the service of a new idea," transformative borrowing, but with "New words in the service of an old idea," derivative borrowing. I think this is where Gladwell found his answer with Bryony Lavery's play, "Frozen." She used his work
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