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    Re: Lunars in literature
    From: Hewitt Schlereth
    Date: 2009 Jan 31, 18:21 -0400

    Thanks, Peter. I remember having read Villiers way back when, but
    can't bring any titles to mind. Could probably pick them out on a
    multiple-choice.  Not one of the two you cite, I'm  pretty sure. I'll
    check the site. Thanks again,  Hewitt
    On 1/31/09, Peter Fogg  wrote:
    > Hewitt asks:
    > >
    > > What book was that? Sounds lke a good read.
    >  Author is Alan Villiers, but which book?  Here is an anthology:
    > http://www.seabring.com.au/vcitationseditions.htm
    > Could have been Of Ships and Men, a Personal Anthology or perhaps Give Me a
    > Ship to Sail.
    > A little more info about Villiers here:
    > http://users.bigpond.net.au/aussieauthors/Villiers.htm
    > Worth reading, if you can find his books.
    >  >
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