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Re: Tolkien Studies vol. VI
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Sorry, I have no idea.

Posted on: 2013/6/9 6:54


Re: Tolkien Studies vol. VI
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No arguments here, I was very surprised to learn that WVU is letting these go out of print, as I expect were/are the editors.

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Re: Tolkien Studies vol. VI
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Actually, he can already do those things, but unfortunately he lives 40 miles away, so I still have to go to the fridge myself most of the time, alas.

Posted on: 2013/6/9 6:17


Tolkien Studies vol. VI
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Having learned that "Tolkien Studies" vol. VI is now out-of-print, and further having a nephew that wants to go to robotics camp this summer, I've decided to list my spare copy of TS VI on eBay to cover the cost. So, if anyone here is looking for a copy, please bid here. Thanks!

Carl

Posted on: 2013/6/8 18:41


Re: A Spring Harvest
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While there is no doubt that "£35 is a lot to some poor student", how would that explain anything? One way or another, the putative poor student is going to spend that £35. (Or even more, in your scenario of "perhaps buying another item".)

Wanting to pay by check is of course a possibility, but would that really be a strong enough motive to risk losing _this particular item_ by delaying to propose a reserve? We're not talking about just any old book here. How many ABE customers don't have credit cards -- particularly among those who would be watching for _this_ item?

Sorry, it all seems very unlikely to me.

NOT THAT I'M BITTER! ;)

Posted on: 2012/4/23 8:45



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