I am going to ignore your fragmentation advice temporarily, because I really want to remind everyone that Tolkien's Beowulf just came out and it would be perfect.
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I'm putting my vote behind this, despite it being over the price. If we can find a torrent, will that work?
I haven't looked yet and with something this specialized it might take some doing. But libraries everywhere should be getting it, at least.
Yeah I just found it. Hot damn.REGARDLESS OF IF THIS BECOMES THE CHOICE, I HAVE A MAGNET LINK FOR ALL INTERESTED.
REGARDLESS OF IF THIS BECOMES THE CHOICE, I HAVE A MAGNET LINK FOR ALL INTERESTED.
Yeah there we go.
I second this. Although I'm already half way through it. It seems you're also ignoring his first point. I picked up my copy at B&N and it was $25...
It seems you're also ignoring his first point. I picked up my copy at B&N and it was $25...
Interlibrary loan. Internet thievery. Invest $10 now and buy your copy in a few years.