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Mythlore articles on Amazon.com
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It appears that you can download some Mythlore articles on Amazon.com now (for a whopping $9.95 each download). Here are two examples I ran across this afternoon.

http://www.amazon.com/C-S-Lewis-legac ... oks&qid=1201219287&sr=1-1

http://www.amazon.com/Roots-Branches- ... oks&qid=1201219287&sr=1-2


Not sure what the arrangements are with The Mythopoeic Society and the article authors.

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Re: REVIEW: The Silmarillion - Thirty Years On
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Jason Fisher comments on your review here, Khamul:

http://lingwe.blogspot.com/2008/01/ive-been-reviewed-bit.html

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Another Easton Press Question
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I appreciate very much everyone that has answered my questions or given their opinions. I have come across an Easton Press Complete Guide to Middle Earth, the particular copy I am looking at is signed by Greg Hildebrandt. Any opinions, or thoughts are greatly appreciated!

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Re: Thorntons green leather editions
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same here... will need to see if Jan Boom has any of the other two lying around! Fangorn... do you?

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Re: Thorntons green leather editions
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I have one of the Roverandom Editions. It has a small green card inserted which states the limitation to 25 copies and the copy number.

Never seen the Hobbit or Silmarillion as of yet.

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