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Re: LeGuin was Re: Introduction

From:Tim May <butsuri@...>
Date:Thursday, January 16, 2003, 20:22
Sally Caves writes:
 > From: "Amanda Babcock" <langs@...>
 > > On Sat, Jan 11, 2003 at 01:38:49AM -0500, Sally Caves wrote:
 > > > Hmm.  My book didn't come with a cassette. :-(
 > >
 > > They've been selling it without a cassette lately :( Would you
 > > like a copy?  (I don't think that would be immoral, given that
 > > you did buy the book...)
 > Oh Amanda, that's very generous.  Let me try to find it myself
 > first, because it would involve work on your part.

If you don't have any luck with the publishers,
reports a used copy of the boxed set (including tape) for sale here:

It's $24.50, which is expenseve for a tape, but less than I've seen
the set for elsewhere.

Do let us know if you manage to get a copy.  I've coveted this
recording since I first heard of it (in a piece of writing by Bruce
Sterling, where he tells the story of Damocles and goes off on
tangents - my copy of the book didn't mention the tape either) and I'd
be interested to know whether it's still for sale, if only to gauge
the morality of obtaining a pirated version (not that I've had the

(I sent essentially this message yesterday - it was held up thanks to
SMTP server downtime, and I think ultimately lost, but it's just
possible two copies of this will turn up on the list.)