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Jul 27, 2008
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Anyone seen this yet

March 2014: Corgi to publish enlarged edition of The Folklore of Discworld covering all Discworld books. :mrgreen:
UPDATE on Amazon. com it's a paperback,and looks like for the American market only.
 

simmonds91

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I'd do a lot for a hardback folklore book... Just as well it's for the american market, i mean a new design isn't all that and it isn't even an impressive design, just your standard turtle through space pic... No thanks.
 
Jan 23, 2014
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Excuse the ignorant question but who is Jacqueline Simpson?
 

Jan Van Quirm

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She's a genius at European Folklore that Terry regularly consults with ever since they ran into each other when he was researching for Carpe Jugulum - she's on Wikipedia.

She was also a student of Tolkien and went to his lectures - Medieval Icelandic was one of her study areas. :laugh:
 
Jan 23, 2014
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Ah! Interesting. I shall have to check her out.
 
Oct 1, 2009
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EbiGeorge said:
Reading is one of the good attitudes of every one in this modern world especially in the case of students. Most of the students have no interests to read books even it is good for their studies. For making their academic assignments the students have to read books for getting knowledge and it will help them to write the assignments in the right way. I am a person of reading any kinds of books if i will get an impression towards it. Now i am in the level of graduate and i decided to select law as my main subjects and so i have to join to a college. For that i have to prepare for the law college admission essay writing for getting the admission to the college. Please provide any guidance book for the same.
I heard that Monty Python is reuniting for a UK tour. I would be so happy if they would sing one of their most famous songs:

"SPAM, SPAM, SPAM, SPAM
SPAM, SPAM, SPAM. SPAM
SPAMITTY SPAM, WONDEFUL SPAM...." :rolleyes:
 
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Anonymous

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Need to check it!
 

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