[bksvol-discuss] Re: Light in August

Yes and No. smile You don't have to wait, but I don't
have the book. In the meantime, keep track of the
pages but continue validating, or you can work on
something else in the meantime and wait until I get
the book and I'll provde the apges as you go. Either
way works.

Please let me know the edition--ISBN number is most
useful, but the publication date and publisher will
do--and how many pages, maybe. I'll request the book
from my libraries or if my branch has it I'll get it

I picked up the Kipling yesterday and also finished
the book I was working on, so I'll start on the
Kipling today. I see it's huge. It will take a while.
I also see that in some of the poems, some verses are
in italics and others not. And, of course, some have
verses all flush left and others not--but some, where
the end of the line is indented, is that way because
of the width of the page, I think, and not because
Kipling wrote the poem that way--so those lines don't
have to be indented. I'll check some of my other
sources. Where the indentation is intended by K, --you
can tell by the capitalization of the lines, I'll keep
the indentations. After I've done some pages I'll send
them to you and you can see how and if they come out.


--- Amy Goldring Tajalli
<agoldringtajalli@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Cindy,
> I am missing pp 4-5 of L in A and cannot scan as
> yet.  Should I wait until I finish the book to see
> if other missing pp or what ? 
> Amy

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