the Wilfred owen surely cant be that much! its not on
amazon, and im not going to have access to the paper
version of the guardian for a few days as im going to
deep Wales this afternoon...i will check next week
you can get the Jeroen Vanheste from amazon.co.uk for
£60 used and new.... but that is probably about $129
--- Ken Armstrong <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Thanks for the link, Tabitha. I notice the book is
> 8.99 pounds, while
> another book reviewed there, 80 pages is 275 pounds.
> Or am I reading this
> Mapping Golgotha: Letters and Poems of Wilfred Owen
> Edited by Jeremy Hooker; illustrated by Harry
> Gwasg Gregynog £275, pp80
> Seems awfully steep. The book by lister Jeroen
> Vanheste is 129 dollars, and
> no doubt is worth every cent, but these escalating
> prices keep my shopping
> list extremely short.
> The author of the 8.99 book has published a verse
> translation of Dante.
> Anyone read it?
> Ken A.
> At 08:12 AM 9/12/2007, you wrote:
> >That was great CR, thanks!
> >Heres a link to last sats guardian review of the
> >Drowned Book by Sean O'Brien (never heard of
> >which talks a bit about the symbolism of wateer:
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