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The Question (ID Number 743)...

    I just finished The Story of B and was blown away. I consider myself an experimental writer and would be interested in playing with the possibility of re-writing it into a screenplay. Is this against any laws and would it be something that DQ would approve of?

    ...and the response:

    You can write a screenplay of any book you like. In order to do anything with it (like make a motion picture), however, you need to own the screen rights to the book.


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