Sometimes, when teaching Physics in the traditional fashion, students might “accept” the scientifically correct theory, only within a certain framework–and often will “memorize” that theory only to pass the tests.
(I believe English is a second language for this writer.)
In reading the book, an implicit theme is that of fairness.
And see: Are danglers wrong?
Fairy tales mostly happen in “once upon a time” land, which wouldn’t be on a map.
I love this!
Here’s a copy edit for tone:
Fairy tales happen in “once upon a time” land, which does not appear on a map.
Fairy tales happen in “once upon a time” land, which does not appear on any map.
Not sure whether I prefer “a” or “any.”