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Re: [barsoom] Writings about ERB's Barsoom

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  • John Walsh
    Thanks so muh--most helpful. I m taking another poster s advice and will stop being so damned analytical during a first reading--writer s habits die hard.
    Message 1 of 2 , Sep 17, 2001
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      Thanks so muh--most helpful. I'm taking another poster's advice and will
      stop being so damned analytical during a first reading--writer's habits die
      hard. But the books you name look good; Lupoff is an entertaining writer.
      The ERB bio I'm reading is soooooo dry.

      Thanks again,

      John


      >From: dotenj@...
      >Reply-To: barsoom@yahoogroups.com
      >To: barsoom@yahoogroups.com
      >Subject: [barsoom] Writings about ERB's Barsoom
      >Date: 17 Sep 2001 07:35:41 -0700
      >
      >Kaor ! - to answer the question of writing's about ERB's Barsoom, there is
      >Richard Lupoff's Barsoom: the martian dream, which will be reissued in the
      >near future ( gryphon press I think - I can get you the web address ) it's
      >one of my favorite associated books, full of essays and examination of
      >Barsoom. There is also the Guide to Barsoom ( check out your used book
      >stores, it's usually in with the ERB stuff ) and Lupoff's ERB: Master of
      >Adventure. Barsoom: the martian dream is the most ' analytical', in a
      >rather poetic way of all them. Hope this helps - Jeff of Okar
      >
      >Jeff Doten's Illustration Studio
      >http://www.jeffdoten.com
      >


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