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Difficulty: HardPuzzle Details

The beginning of a well known book has been encrypted below. Each letter of the alphabet has been replaced by another using a simple substitution technique. For example, A may always be represented by G, etc. Can you name the book?

Mwaey tmg nyqauuauq ld qyl oyhj lahyx dz gallauq nj fyh gaglyh du lfy nmup, mux dz fmoauq udlfauq ld xd: duey dh ltaey gfy fmx cyycyx auld lfy nddp fyh gaglyh tmg hymxauq, nrl al fmx ud caelrhyg dh eduoyhgmladug au al, 'mux tfml ag lfy rgy dz m nddp,' lfdrqfl Mwaey 'talfdrl caelrhyg dh eduoyhgmladu?'

Gd gfy tmg edugaxyhauq au fyh dtu saux (mg tyww mg gfy edrwx, zdh lfy fdl xmj smxy fyh zyyw oyhj gwyycj mux glrcax), tfylfyh lfy cwymgrhy dz smpauq m xmagj-efmau tdrwx ny tdhlf lfy lhdrnwy dz qyllauq rc mux caepauq lfy xmagayg, tfyu grxxyuwj m Tfaly Hmnnal talf caup yjyg hmu ewdgy nj fyh.

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Answer: Alice In Wonderland by Lewis Carroll.

The piece of text is from the original book and should read:

Alice was beginning to get very tired of sitting by her sister on the bank, and of having nothing to do: once or twice she had peeped into the book her sister was reading, but it had no pictures or conversations in it, 'and what is the use of a book,' thought Alice 'without pictures or conversation?'

So she was considering in her own mind (as well as she could, for the hot day made her feel very sleepy and stupid), whether the pleasure of making a daisy-chain would be worth the trouble of getting up and picking the daisies, when suddenly a White Rabbit with pink eyes ran close by her.

a has been represented by m.
b has been represented by n.
c has been represented by e.
d has been represented by x.
e has been represented by y.
f has been represented by z.
g has been represented by q.
h has been represented by f.
i has been represented by a.
j has been represented by k.
k has been represented by p.
l has been represented by w.
m has been represented by s.
n has been represented by u.
o has been represented by d.
p has been represented by c.
q has been represented by b.
r has been represented by h.
s has been represented by g.
t has been represented by l.
u has been represented by r.
v has been represented by o.
w has been represented by t.
x has been represented by i.
y has been represented by j.
z has been represented by v.


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