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Pop culture classics are fragile things. Even a single small change can push them down the chute to oblivion. For example, Robert Louis Stevenson's immortal monster story might not have passed any publisher's muster if Dr. Jekyll had changed into Mrs. Hyde; and a certain unnamed children's character might not be quite so well-known if he had mentioned that he not only disliked green eggs and ham; he was also gluten intolerant. Paul Laudiero's irreverent Sh*t Rough Drafts meditates on how even standards like Harry Potter, Moby Dick, and The Hunger Games could have taken drastic early wrong turns.