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10349Re: [GTh] Mark Goodacre's new book

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  • Mark Goodacre
    Oct 17, 2012
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      On 17 October 2012 07:20, Loren <rossoiii@...> wrote:

      > Glad to hear things are speeding up, Mark. When more people have read it,
      > perhaps we can discuss on the list.

      If people are interested to do so, I would be delighted to have that
      discussion, bearing in mind of course that my workload, like everyone
      else's, ebbs and flows.

      > As you already know of course (and at the risk of shameless self-promotion
      > to others), I wrote a blog review of it, mixed in with a retrospective on
      > the Q book, as part of a larger series I'm doing this year. For any
      > list-members who are interested:
      >
      >
      > http://lorenrosson.blogspot.com/2012/10/retrospectivereview-q-thomas-and.html
      >
      > Though I happen to agree with most of Mark's case, I'm still chewing on
      > the chapter on orality and literacy. But there's good meat in every chapter.

      Thank you, Loren, for the very helpful and well-thought-through review
      and comments.

      Mark
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