[Elfsea] Re: RE: [Steppes] Open House Leftovers - Books!
Morgan Cain (Ansteorra)
morgancain at earthlink.net
Mon Jul 7 10:14:57 PDT 2003
> Are you going to make it to Elfsea's business meeting
Unfortunately, no - when it's a choice between business or dance, guess
which one wins for me? <g>
> If so, could you bring:
> "Revelations: The Medieval World," James Harpur
> (1995) - ISBN 0-8050-4140-0
> "The Anglo-Saxon Age," D.J.V. Fisher (1973) - ISBN 0-
> "Traditional Knitted Lace Shawls," Martha Waterman
> (1998) - ISBN 1-883010-48-9
> "Knitting in the Nordic Tradition," Vibeke Lind (1981,
> 1997) - ISBN 1-887374-31-0
> "Amorous Games," James Woodrow Hassel, Jr. (1974) -
> ISBN 0-292-70303-1
"Revelations" and "Lace Shawls" are still available, and in a pile with your
name on it. The others were already snagged, although I think I might have
another of the "Nordic Tradition" one (I like it, I keep buying it or
getting it as a gift). I'll let you know. We can work out some other time
(A&S?) for exchange.
" One of the advantages of being disorderly is that one is constantly making
exciting discoveries." ---= A. A.
"....look on every exit as being an entrance somewhere else."
---= Tom Stoppard, "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead" (1967)
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