Two days late (sorry), here's the next Literature SE topic challenge: our first author-based challenge!

In accordance with our meta agreement to have topic challenges, and since the list of suggestions has a single highest-voted entry at the end of February, it's time to announce the next topic challenge. Throughout March 2018, our topic challenge, proposed by Rand al'Thor, will be

the works of Michael Ende.

What's a topic challenge?

See the meta posts linked above, and also this main meta post. In short, during March we should all try to read something by Michael Ende, and to post thoughtful and interesting questions about it.

Participation is not obligatory in any sense, but those who participate will be forever remembered in the annals of our history. And of course it goes without saying that questions on other works are more than welcome during March too; they just won't count as part of this topic challenge.

How can I take part?

By getting hold of Michael Ende stories, in whatever language you prefer, and asking good questions about them. These questions should be tagged with , and if originally written in German, and specific-work tags such as or etc. if applicable. We'll keep a list of all such questions in an answer to this meta post.

What's next?

  • Vote here for the next topic challenge, or propose your own!

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List of all questions posted as part of the March 2018 Topic Challenge

The highest-voted of these is In the "Neverending Story", what judgement do Falkor and Atreyu make of the Childlike Empress?, with a score of 9 at the end of the month.

The most viewed is In the "Neverending Story", what judgement do Falkor and Atreyu make of the Childlike Empress?, with approximately 80 views during the month.

Of the 10 questions listed above, two were about , seven about , and one inspired by .

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