12943RE: [mythsoc] News from Ansible
- Sep 20, 2004I think he did own a paperback copy, but was trying to catch my
Between office, home, and daughter's room, we probably own about seven
sets now. I think I now own copies of just about everything except a
few volumes of the History of Middle-earth (I even have photocopies of
the early poems published in the Leeds University Verse 1914-1924), my
most recent acquisition being the 1995 edition of the Father Christmas
letters with the envelopes containing reproductions of the letters.
From: David Bratman [mailto:dbratman@...]
Sent: Monday, September 20, 2004 8:58 AM
Subject: RE: [mythsoc] News from Ansible
At 08:06 AM 9/20/2004 -0500, Janet Croft wrote:
>While I started dating my husband-to-be because I saw him checking LordWhat, he didn't already own a copy?
>of the Rings out at the library where we both worked!
I've only ever checked out two books by Tolkien from libraries in my
life, I think. (The Adventures of Tom Bombadil, immediately after first
reading LOTR and before discovering I could get it in The Tolkien
and Beowulf and the Critics, which I haven't shelled out for yet.)
Everything else I've bought, usually immediately.
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