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Saturday, February 9, 2013

FREE BOOKS!


FREE BOOKS!

I love books and like to see them going to a good home rather than moldering unwanted on a Goodwill shelf.

If you want any of these books, it is yours. I ask only that you send me five bucks to cover postage and a padded mailer envelope.

CHILDREN'S LIT

The Illustrated Treasury of Children's Literature by Margaret Martignoni

The Riverside Anthology of Children's Literature, Sixth Edition

ATHEIST

Why Darwin Matters by Michael Shermer

The God Delusion by Richard Dawkins

God Is Not Great by Christopher Hitchens

NEPALI FOLKLORE

Mani Rimdu Nepal by Mario Fantin

Six other illustrated books about Nepali folklore

LITERATURE

Brothers Karamazov with illustrations by Fritz Eichenberg. Sells for $35 on Amazon

A Sand County Almanac by Aldo Leopold

Chicago Poems by Carl Sandburg

Calling Home: Working Class Women's Writings: An Anthology by Janet Zandy

The Novel in Antiquity by Tomas Hagg

FOLKLORE

Forests of the Vampire Slavic Myth

The Evil Eye by Alan Dundes

American Folklore Scholarship by Rosemary Zumwalt

Death by Envy by George RA Aquaro

Don't Bet on the Prince by Jack Zipes

RELIGION

Inside Islam: A Guide for Catholics by Robert Spencer

PSYCHIC

Never Letting Go by Mark Anthony

MOVIES

Richard Burton a Life by Melvyn Bragg

From Reverence to Rape the Treatment of Women in the Movies by Molly Haskell

Issues in Feminist Film Criticism Edited by Patricia Erens

PUBLIC POLICY

Same Sex Marriage Pro and Con a Reader by Andrew Sullivan

14 comments:

  1. I'm interested in the Brothers Karamzov and the Chicago Poems. How should I contact you?

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  2. Hi, Felicity. Thanks for your interest. Are you on facebook? You can send me a message through facebook if you want.

    There is one person before you interested in Brothers, but if that doesn't pan out, you get it.

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  3. Hi Danusha,

    If any of the Nepali folklore books are available, I offer to give a home to one or two. I'm researching for a children's picture book that takes place in Nepal. Please let me know how to proceed and how much postage to send along. Your generous offer seems providential!

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    1. Joyce are you on facebook? You can email me there if you are.

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    2. Danusha, FB didn't work for me. I've emailed you at Yahoo.

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  4. I would like "Never Letting Go" and will contact you via FB next time I log on.
    BTW, I love your blog. You put into words so many of the things I try and say.

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  5. I would like "Never Letting Go" and will contact you via FB next time I log on.
    BTW, I love your blog. You put into words so many of the things I try and say.

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  6. Felicity, forgive me. I posted this offer in several venues at once, and the BK is gone.

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  7. Gordon you can certainly have Never Letting Go. No one else has asked for it yet.

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  8. I couldn't find you on FB.
    Thanks in advance for the book. Looks interesting and am glad to hear of your experience with Mother Theresa.

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  9. Thanks, everybody. It will be a day or two before I take stock. I posted this offer in a few places and the response has been greater than I expected. If I don't get back to you at least within the week, please remind me.

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  10. Gordon, don't know how to contact you. Can you send an email to my school account

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  11. I sent an e-mail. Please, let me know if you got it.

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  12. Hi, Gordon. I just checked my wpunj account and did not see an eamil from you.

    Again, it's my last name, my first initial, @ wpunj dot edu.

    :-)

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