fire and hemlock books
hedberg at vermontel.net
Thu Jul 29 10:16:56 EDT 1999
Thanks for the list. Here's a scary one: There is a book edited by Pierre
Boulle called Time out of mind, a collection of short stories. The paperback
copy I have does in fact have an alien-looking, vaguely English-Hemlock
plant on its cover..
Hedberg Maps, Inc.
>From: sheeyun at ix.netcom.com
>To: dwj at suberic.net
>Subject: Re: fire and hemlock books
>Date: Wed, Jul 21, 1999, 9:19 AM
>Books sent by Tom to Polly:
>Baum Wizard of Oz.
>Nesbit. Five Children and It.
>Nesbit. The Treasure Seekers.
>Aiken. The Wolves of Willoughby Chase.
>Masefield. The Box of Delights.
>Lewis. The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.
>White. The Sword in the Stone.
>Smith. The Hundred and One Dalmatians.
>Goudge. Henrietta's House.
>(Three titles not given.)
>Mentioned by Tom and subsequently read by Polly:
>Stowe. Uncle Tom's Cabin.
>Other books read by Polly:
>Sewell. Black Beauty.
>Conan Doyle. "Sherlock Holmes stories."
>Dumas pere. The Three Musketeers.
>Tolkien. Lord of the Rings.
>Unknown to me. The Castle of Adventure. (*Probably* not sent by Tom.)
>Book brought to school by Nina: Popular Beliefs.
>Wells. The War of the Worlds.
>Chesterton. The Man Who Was Thursday.
>Chesterton. The Napoleon of Notting Hill.
>Buchan. The Thirty-Nine Steps.
>Pearce. Tom's Midnight Garden.
>Quiller-Couch or Kinsley. The Oxford Book of Ballads.
>Frazer. The Golden Bough.
>Unnamed book of fairy stories.
>Dumas Quartet. Tales from Nowhere.
>Joke by Laurel:
>Perry, ed. Times Out of Mind.
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