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Voyager Classics
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Around 2001, HarperCollins started a "Voyager Classics" series. Does anyone know how long this series lasted and where I might find a list of the books published? Thank s for your help.

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Re: TolkienBooks.net
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Though the input is late in coming and perhaps not now useful, I've got a reply to "questions for you all"...

I usually go looking for information about a specific book or set that I've found f/s somewhere, so the added materials (not by or contributed by Tolkien) are usually extraneous, but they're certainly not in the way. The pages load quickly, and your viewers will notice that such information is there in case they want it in future, which they might not realize (or know to look for) otherwise. In short, no I don't think those entries are clogging the pages.
Personally, I use the back button rather than the arrows, since I'm usually looking at covers and/or publishers before dates (often I am looking to establish a correct date), even though date is often of little less importance to title, depending on what you're looking for. But others may have different reasons for visiting, so there's no reason not to leave the arrows... more functionality seems better than less.

If I may take the opportunity to say: if it weren't for tolkienbooks.net, the U.S. Guide might have become a PDF document and stayed on my computer. It was the incredible amount of information on your site and how often I use it that convinced me it was worth the effort to put ut online at all (not that it's anywhere near as detailed, but adequate, perhaps, for the fewer and more readily available U.S. editions). I'm glad now that I did, for as big of a project as it was getting the U.S. Guide to where it is today, people seem to find it useful. It's still nothing compared to your contribution. Hat's off sir... you have inspired us all.

Posted on: 2007/6/26 9:59
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Need to update your Amazon.com Prime Membership?
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you can't find this at Amazon with the ISBN, and wondering why I went looking for it. Anyone in the U.S. looking for a copy of JRRT & His Literary Resonances can it with two day shipping for a year.

It does not say what format /edition the book is - there's no ISBN included in the description. . .

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000FMRVQO


UPDATE : they've already removed the buy button, so maybe they've realized their mistake. It was a bit sketchy to start with, but... I'll keep an eye on it, anyway.

Posted on: 2007/6/25 3:36
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Re: Dodgy Children of Hurin Bookplates on Ebay
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In regards to Alan Lee signing and dating books, Alan normally signs and puts the date on the book. But like most book signers, they are normally happy to do whatever is asked for. I just asked him to sign mine and not date it, my copies do not have dates.

Posted on: 2007/6/21 22:52
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Re: Dodgy Children of Hurin Bookplates on Ebay
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I am sure there are many others with similiar sentiments. However, if you are a collector and you want a Bookplated Edition for the collection, then the reality is that you just have to purchase one. They will become very scarce in the near future.

In general, the vast majority of people selling on ebay are honest and it is mostly easy enough to determine the fakes (but not always). And if you use a Credit Card or Paypal to purchase, then if after receving the book, you determine it is not genuine, then you will be covered by your Credit Card guarantee. As far as I can tell, I have only seen a few fakes on Ebay so far.

But if you are looking at it from purely an investment point of view, then you may well be right. Hard to tell where prices will go in the future. But for me, the most important thing is having a copy that I believe to be genuine. The future value doesn't really matter much to me (though obviously it is nice bonus to see prices of editions you possess rise in value).

All IMHO.

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