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23208Re: [mythsoc] Re: NPR: Vote for 10 best teen novels

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  • Mike Foster
    Aug 2, 2012
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      Doughan & Northfarthing (London) smial folks walked us around Notting Hill before we ended up at The Slug & Lettuce then Jeremy Morgan’s haberdashery to read Charles Noad’s proofs of The Peoples of Middle-earth.
      I saw an early typo he’d missed.
      The only time I heard him say A Very Bad Word.
      Sent: Thursday, August 02, 2012 12:11 PM
      Subject: Re: [mythsoc] Re: NPR: Vote for 10 best teen novels

      <mailto:davise%40cs.nyu.edu> wrote:

      >> My theory, voiced in this Chesterton magazine essay on
      >> ISLAND, which got one of my votes, is that all good books
      should begin
      >> with a map.
      > Did any of Chesterton's own
      books have a map?

      I don't think so, though I found a street atlas of London moderately useful
      when I read "The Napoleon of Notting Hill".

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