Up Stream

Toby G Levy tobylevy at juno.com
Mon Nov 13 15:45:05 EST 2006



You are a wonderful person and have nothing to be ashamed of.  There's
only about five people on the list who know more about the series than
you do. The rest of us don't have a clue about missing introductions, etc
(myself included!)


On Sat, 11 Nov 2006 07:17:56 -0800 (PST) Madaline Reddy
<mac-reddy at sbcglobal.net> writes:
> Dear ModLibbers!
> My interest in the Modern Library is sporadic, waxes
> and wanes. I'm a wanna be and never will. It's an
> occasional hobby of collecting. I'll never have the
> best collection. I'll buy what I can afford at the
> time. I'll read the messages if I have the time. I
> don't know art but I know what I like! So my comments
> are apt to be naive, laughable, trite, and repetitive
> (repetitive), but, hey, I'll probably never see most
> of you in person so I won't need to run when I see
> you! 
> That said, I am going through my collection and
> figuring out how I'd like to catalog it. I think I
> finally found a method to use successfully. As I do
> this, I will post questions and comments. So here's
> one: I see that Up Stream (123.2) was reissued without
> an introduction as the final form corrected to
> correspond with the original text published by Boni
> and Liveright, 1922. Henry Toledano says (in The
> Guide) that it is a revised edition with no
> introduction. This is true. What I found charming is
> that my copy tells me in the table contents that there
> IS an introduction on page vii, but there isn't! They
> didn't bother to change their Table of Contents page.
> Incidentally, nice job on the archives!  
> Madaline

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