Re: [mythsoc] More Mythcon Pictures
- From: "Croft, Janet B" <jbcroft@...>
> Well, Amazon lists it as available for purchase in hardcover. That may orIt'd be nice if there were some consistency in this. I had pre-ordered a
> may not mean it actually IS available. I don't particularly want to waste
> my money finding out (although I would take a look at it if I could get it
> on ILL, but only one of the libraries listed is someone we could borrow
book from Amazon. I got a notice from them that it was not coming out after
all -- the same week that other people saw the book in stores. I bought the
book at Barnes & Noble.
(The book, BTW, was the best book of essays on Buffy that I've seen so far.
It's _Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Philosophy: Fear and Trembling in
Sunnydale_, part of a series on various aspects of pop culture and
philosophy. B&N shelved it in their philosophy section. The other Buffy
essay books are too political for my tastes.)
- In a message dated 8/1/2003 12:23:41 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
> What really stretched Tolkien to make him fit a frameworkNow, _The Leadership Secrets of Sauron_ or _The Leadership Secrets of
> was the abortive attempt at a "Leadership secrets of LOTR" book, which
> fortunately was never published.
Saruman_, that would make a plausible management book.
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- From: <WendellWag@...>
> Now, _The Leadership Secrets of Sauron_ or _The Leadership Secrets of"Lesson 1: Never give a minion an even break."
> Saruman_, that would make a plausible management book.