[bksvol-discuss] Question about The Book of Lights by Chaim Potok

  • From: "Kathy Hester" <kathyruth@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 13 Jan 2009 11:44:49 -0600

I am currently proofreading The Book of Lights by Chaim Potok.  All the print 
page numbers, if they were ever there, have been stripped.  Between computer 
pages 170 and 171, the dialog between two men changes direction with no warning 
or comment, although there is no positive indication that any pages are 
missing, since the first page ends a sentence and the next one starts one. 
However, although it sometimes happens that way, the reply is certainly a 
change of subject to the subject under discussion, and since there is no 
reaction to the change of subject, I wonder if something could be missing.  
Should I reject the book on suspicion, or could the original scanner help me by 
telling me where the numbered pages start, so I could figure out the book pages 
that could be missing?


> "The LORD bless you and keep you;
> the LORD make His face shine upon you
> and be gracious to you;
> the LORD turn His face toward you
> and give you peace."
> Numbers 6:24-26


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