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      <h1 class="text-center"> <b>Sir. Terence David John "Terry" Pratchett, OBE. </b> </h1>
      <h2 class="text-center"> <i> Author </i>
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      <p id="Caption"> Terry Pratchett. Photograph: Tom Pilston/The Independent; Aug-2015 <p>
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       <h3> A brief timeline of Sir. Terry Pratchett's life: </h3>
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         <li><b> 1948 </b> - Born in Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire</li>
          <li><b>1962</b> - Aged thirteen, Terry published his first story, Business Rivals, in school magazine The Technical Cygnet. It was published commercially as The Hades Business the next year.
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          <li><b>1965</b> - In the middle of his A Level courses, Terry decided to leave school to take up the offer of a job on local newspaper The Bucks Free Press. As part of his new job he wrote a weekly Children’s Circle story column</li>  
          <li><b>1968</b> - Terry interviewed a local publisher, Peter Bander van Duren, for the newspaper and happened to mention a book he was working on, based on one of his Children’s Circle stories. Peter passed the manuscript on to his co-director, Colin Smythe. </li>  
          <li><b>1971</b> - The Carpet People was published, with the launch party held in the carpet department of Heal’s on Tottenham Court Road. Terry was still only 23.
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          <li><b>1976</b> - Terry’s daughter Rhianna was born.
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          <li><b>1983</b> - Terry’s very first Discworld novel, The Colour of Magic, was published by Colin Smythe – the start of what would become a phenomenally successful series, 41 books strong and translated all over the world</li>  
          <li><b>1986</b> - The third Discworld novel, Equal Rites, which tapped into emerging ideas about  feminism, was serialised for radio on Woman’s Hour. It was the most popular book  they had ever broadcast.
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          <li><b>1987</b> - With the Discworld series now four books long and becoming more and more successful, Terry was able to give up his job at the Electricity Board to become a full time writer.
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          <li><b>1996</b> - The Times reported that Terry Pratchett was now the bestselling author in the UK.
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          <li><b>1998</b> - Terry was appointed OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List.</li>
          <li><b>2002</b> - Terry won the Carnegie Medal for his children’s book The Amazing Maurice and His Educated Rodents.</li>
          <li><b>2007</b> - Terry was diagnosed with a rare form of Alzheimer’s, Posterior Cortical Atrophy. He decided to tell the world, and began his campaign to raise awareness of the disease, donating a million dollars to Alzheimer’s research the following year.</li>
          <li><b>2009</b> - Terry was knighted by the Queen for services to literature, although he maintained that his greatest service to literature was to avoid writing any.</li>
          <li><b>2010</b> - Terry delivered the annual Dimbleby Lecture on BBC1, with the help of his friend Tony Robinson, who read his speech for him, speaking candidly about his struggle with Alzheimer’s and his campaign to reform the law on assisted dying in a piece entitled Shaking Hands With Death. 
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          <li><b>2011</b> - Terry presented a documentary on assisted dying, Terry Pratchett: Choosing to Die, in which he travelled to Switzerland to witness the death of terminally ill motor neurone sufferer Peter Smedley at the Dignitas clinic. The documentary won both a BAFTA and an Emmy.
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          <li><b>2013</b> - Despite the progress of his PCA, Terry, still busy, published his 40th Discworld novel, Raising Steam, as well as The Long War in collaboration with Stephen Baxter, The Science of Discworld IV with Ian Stewart and Jack Cohen, and Dodger’s London.</li>
          <li><b>2015</b> - Terry died peacefully at home in Wiltshire, with his family around him and his pet cat asleep on his bed. He had finished one final Discworld novel, The Shepherd’s Crown, a few months earlier.</li>
         
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            <h3>"The trouble with having an open mind, of course, is that people will insist on coming along and trying to put things in it."</h3>
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            <h3>"Build a man a fire, and he'll be warm for a day. Set a man on fire, and he'll be warm for the rest of his life."</h3>
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         <h3> If you wish to learn more, please visit <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terry_Pratchett"target="_blank">his Wikipedia entry</a>, and thank you for reading! </h3>
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      <p> Created by Zachary W. Mikus </p>
            
          
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