<TITLE>Re: Henry's talk</TITLE>
on 9/29/02 10:17 PM, HTatML@aol.com at HTatML@aol.com wrote:<BR>
<BLOCKQUOTE><FONT SIZE="2"><FONT FACE="Arial">You can post it, but I am making a little booklet of the talk. There will be a signed/limited edition (probably 12 copies) and a trade edition , which will be pretty cheap.The limited edition will have four pages of photographs of the exhibition. I am not exactly sure of the cost at this stage. I will post that in a day or so.<BR>
<FONT SIZE="2"><FONT FACE="Arial">Henry at Books etc<BR>
<FONT SIZE="2"><FONT FACE="Arial">Books etc <http://s1.amazon.com/exec/varzea/ts/my-zshop/S2UJ2VG921GMXP/107-4701874-7344539> <BR>
298 4th Avenue,<BR>
Tel: 415-387-7162</FONT></FONT> <BR>
I am aware of sounding officious in the following judgment but somebody needs to tell you that your talk on The Modern Library is pretty much fluff, and that only if it were better written. It lacks depth and breadth, it is talking off the top of the head at best, not writing. It is not very informative either. I haven't seen so many toadies circle around one vacuuous guru since the Seventies and the invasion of Eastern religions on the American scene. It must be heady wine, as evidenced by your plans to publish this piece of straw, so someone needs to tell you that the Emporor is wearing no clothes.