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Re: English and Medieval Studies
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Thanks for that quote garm. Makes me wish those two would get cracking on those old back issues of TC!

Incidentally, I see Trotter is even editing your posts for you too Urulókë *chuckle*

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Posted on: 2011/2/1 13:59
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Re: The Wonders of eBay
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You mean like eBay itself?

Posted on: 2011/1/31 13:22
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Re: The Wonders of eBay
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You two not got each others personal email addresses or something? I don't know... cluttering up The Wonders of eBay with your mindless chit-chat...

Posted on: 2011/1/30 10:15
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Re: Dodgy Children of Hurin Bookplates on Ebay
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I totally agree. I didn't intend: why would you want one of these? I just meant that sometimes, the event, the circumstances surrounding the book state, is (I was going to say 'important'; but that I think is where I'm in error) --more interesting, than just the mechanical fact that Christopher signed it.

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Posted on: 2011/1/24 16:25

Edited by Khamul on 2011/1/26 15:00:14
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Re: Bookshelf arrangements
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Popular topic you got here loonka *chuckle*

I think sometimes when you put up a question relevant to every members book routine, a quick (minimum thought) answer isn't always possible --and so you sometimes don't get any response at all.

I have very few books sitting horizontally; I don't have too many doubled up either. The order & layout for me (presently) is about preserving condition e.g. most red (or anything close to red) are turned jacket spine in; some have facing books (irrelevant, non collection books) in front of them too. I have big books with big books; small with small. I tend to arrange by title; and by date within those categories. Although, all the recent deluxe styles are together for some reason. With the shelving courtesy of Ikea, some elements of arrangement are driven by how bowed the shelves are becoming too... & so one could rabbit on...

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Posted on: 2011/1/24 13:15
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