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26 September 2013

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Oh, that sounds great. Of course, since I subscribe to your method of book finding, it's possible I won't remember the title, but I do sometimes scroll back through and think, "What was that book CR talked about?" But mostly I like to roam around the library, or the catalog (I find a lot of fascinating things by doing fiction subject heading searches) and see what I can see.

Oh, Laura, I would like to hear what you think of this one, someday. It's not the sort of book you get to talk over with a lot of people, because it's such a specialized subject.
I too do a lot of roaming, in the library and online. This is how I end up with a long hold list of books at the library, and I've often forgotten how I find them! I'll have to start a list somewhere of what titles I've found where (but I haven't yet because I can't decide if it's worth the time).
Hope you're finding some good reading, "seeing what you can see"!

hope one day you can get back to Wisdom of the Last Farmer! Thanks for the effort! (Mas Masumoto!)

Mr. Masumoto,
I most certainly will. It looked like a great book and it killed me to take it back to the library unread.

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