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Re: "Dragons from Andrew Lang's retelling of Sigurd to Tolkien's Chrysophylax"
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Could you message me with your email address?

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Re: "Dragons from Andrew Lang's retelling of Sigurd to Tolkien's Chrysophylax"
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I have sent you a message, Onónion.

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Re: Visiting British Museum/Library?
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If you are going in the next ten days, this exhibition at the BL is interesting and thought-provoking:
http://www.bl.uk/events/terror-and-wonder--the-gothic-imagination

But if you aren't, you can still get the book:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Terror-Wonder ... ords=terror+wonder+gothic

The BL and BM are both free, with no ticket required, for the permanent exhibitions (small at the BL, *huge* at the BM). It is often wise to buy a ticket beforehand for temporary exhibitions, but you can sometimes get them at the door.

The Cartoon Museum is in the same vicinity:
http://www.cartoonmuseum.org/

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Posted on: 1/10 12:11:21


Re: Christmas presents
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Very nice, Stu; and your presents also sound great, Jeremy.

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Re: Christmas presents
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It is indeed a shame, but the work has given him an interesting challenge - and done the same for his brother, who checked the translation.

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Posted on: 2014/12/31 23:41



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