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Let me guess: $0 ?


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Let me guess: $0 ?


Closer to wholesale. Wink


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The Stories of Ray Bradbury, Everyman's Library edition...


...which gets thumbs up from this reviewer:
http://www.buffalonews.com/201.../editors-choice.html


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Finishing, We'll Always Have Paris, by the the one and only Mr. B (great stories with many intriguing themes); Walk in the Spirit, by the late, great sports announcer Red Barber; Willie & Joe (complete collection), by the awarding winning WWII humorist Bill Mauldin.

Currently teaching: F451, October Sky, Big Fish, To Kill a Mockingbird, The Pearl, and philosophy research papers (formally organized and presented - topics selected, Zeno to Ayn Rand) by honors sophomores. Lots of interesting topics flying around at the time! I can't seem to keep my desk organized?!
 
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Red Dwarf by Rob Grant and Doug Naylor


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I had to do it.
Bought a new copy of "Martian Chronicles"!
Now I am trying to find the Panic Room so I can put my feet up, light my pipe, have a glass of something nice at my elbow, and enjoy!
 
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I had to do it.
Bought a new copy of "Martian Chronicles"!

I had to do it too!


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The Thurber Carnival, 1945, hardcover, first edition.


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The Art of Racing In The Rain , the bestseller by Garth Stein about a family with problems...told by the Golden Retriever who lives with them.

Have a handkerchief ready for those tears when you reach the end of the book. You'll need it. Smiler
 
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Its funny how much the works of Cervantes were changed throughout the 19th and 20th century...I picked up a Classic Club 1941 edition last week along with a Harvards classic (1980)...two completely different stories! Big Grin


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Winesburg, Ohio.


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Winesburg, Ohio.

How do you like it? Is it insightful in regard to inspiration for MC?

Just finished Out of My Mind by Richard Bach and begun Curious Lives by same.
 
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How do you like it? Is it insightful in regard to inspiration for MC?

Just started. Yes - it's written very like it.


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Winesburg, Ohio - closer to Dandelion Wine for me.
 
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Winesburg, Ohio - closer to Dandelion Wine for me.

Both!


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