EL Collectors Group

JOSEPH HILL goodbooks at webtv.net
Fri May 19 15:40:54 EDT 2006

It's a odd mix that equals out---
EL lacks 20th Century Giants such as James Joyce & T.S. Eliot, Yet. the EL editions of Dickens, all have introductions by G.K. Chesterton ....and where else would you find a low price three  volume set of, Robert Burton's: Anatomy Of Melancholy? 


-----Original Message-----
From: Scot Kamins
Sent: Fri, 19 May 2006 11:39:51 -0700
To: modlib at algol.owu.edu
Subject: Re: EL Collectors Group

On May 19, 2006, Ron Holl wrote:
> Does Everyman's Library have as good of a following as ML?  Every  
> once in a while I see an EL while trolling for ML titles.  Just  
> recently I saw #889, the readers guide (?) from 1960, and some  
> other title I don't recall.  I never bother to pick them up since I  
> don't collect them.

I'd be very surprised if it did. The number of EL listings on eBay  
seems to be far lower than that of ML listings; and why is there no  
EL collector's website?

This really surprises me, actually. While the Everyman DJs aren't  
nearly as exciting as Ml DJs (at least pre-1980), Everyman had a  
better selection of titles.

I guess we'll soon find out, though, if Terry and others start an  EL  

- Scot Kamins
The people of the various provinces are strictly forbidden to have in  
their possession any swords, bows, spears, firearms or other types of  
arms. The possession of these elements makes difficult the collection  
of taxes and dues, and tends to permit uprising.

            -- Toyotomi Hideyoshi, Shogun of Japan, August 29, 1558

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