[ModLib] massive collection!

Toby G Levy tobylevy at juno.com
Sat Sep 15 09:45:08 EDT 2007


Don, 

 You have 1013 volumes!  Even counting in all the post 1970 volumes, I
only can see about 830 titles in the series.  Unless you count the
paperbacks that were never published in the hardback series? Is that it?

VERY impressed,
Toby (who has a mere 633 but has no paperbacks)

> Date: Sat, 15 Sep 2007 09:01:53 -0400
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> Darrel
> Over the years, I have gone to many places to find ml books for my 
> collection.? Although I have peramters of a dj and excellent 
> condition, a first ed is not apriority.? I collect ML because they 
> offer consistently great literature of the domestic as well as 
> international flavor, and actually read, or intend to read, all the 
> ML in my collection, which currently amounts to 1013 volumes,? With 
> the exception of the Illustrated, I don't worry about all the 
> different dj version, nor do I try to collect a version which was 
> printed in Giant as well as regular.? The listings range from BL to 
> Modern ML.? It would have been nice if the newer hardbacks had been 
> priced according to the ML philosophy of provided quality literature 
> for pocket book prices, I thought they were overpriced for reprint.? 
> Which is what ML is, reprints for the most part.? I absolutely love 
> the range of material they provide, as my reading, as well as my 
> travels, takes me over the world and it is nice to be able to
>   see what I have read about.? Dos Passos Three Soldiers comes to 
> mind.? There are a myriad of places to find ML from store front to 
> ebay, I have even found them in my clients homes, as well as an 
> auction from an ex-govenor of Nebraska.? Some copies I will never 
> obtain, but the best of the best source is Sharon Biederman and Amy 
> Comeau, two of the most wonderful people with which to work.


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