2948Re: [mythsoc] Mythopoeic Awards
- Jan 21, 2001Thank you both, Wendell and Grace. I got the volume through Amazon.uk.
that is how I've read a few of the Gods of Pagana stories, but they haven't
grabbed me like The King of Elfland's Daughter. I will, however, get back
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> In a message dated 1/21/01 10:23:35 PM Eastern Standard Time,
> gfunk@... writes:
> << Wendell, I should think either Daerons<www.daerons.demon.co.uk> or
> Thorntons <www.thorntonsbooks.co.uk> would be able to get you the dunsay
> book you want. I oprder from them frequently. >>
> You misunderstood my message, mostly due to my vagueness, I think. I wrote:
>> Do you have a way to order British books? There's a volume of Dusany's
>> stories now in print in paperback in the U.K. called _Time and the Gods_.
>> It's six pounds and 99 pence (no more than $10.50 plus whatever shipping
>> costs) and it contains 113 stories.
> I wasn't asking if someone could get this book for me. I already own this
> book. I was replying to Paul Labaki's message in which he talked about how
> much he like _The King of Elfland's Daughter_. I was suggesting that, if he
> had a source for British books, he might like to get a copy of this book,
> since it's a surprisingly cheap way to read all of Dunsany's fantasy short
> Wendell Wagner
> The Mythopoeic Society website http://www.mythsoc.org
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