Newbie with Skiver's Guide
ira at rempt.xs4all.nl
Wed Dec 15 15:16:18 EST 1999
On Wed, 15 Dec 1999 Philip.Belben at pgen.com wrote:
> ... When GH died, her son reprinted an early book by her, "Simon the Coldheart".
> In the introduction, he said that there were "some 5 or 6 books" that GH had
> never allowed to be reprinted, but in the case of StC he thought it was
> unjustified, and here it was.
> This leaves some 4 or 5 books that have never been reprinted, the most famous of
> these being "The Great Roxhythe". (most famous = the only one of which I know
> the title.) These books are in my experience more difficult to obtain than
> Changeover (like, I have Changeover but have never seen any of the OOP GHs). If
> you got rid of any of these, Heaven help you :-)
I don't think any of those were in the bunch I gave away; they were
all in the same modernish edition, and I don't remember either of
those titles (and I'm sure I would have remembered a strange name
like "Roxhythe"). In fact the only one I *do* remember is
_Cotillion_, exactly because that's a strange name as well.
Varsinen an laynynay, saraz no arlet rastynay.
irina at rempt.xs4all.nl (myself) - http://valdyas.conlang.org (Valdyas)
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