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Wishing to try to plan my reading on a more systematic basis, I have recently come across www.english.upenn.edu/~traister which links in to many useful sites, including course syllabi at Univ of Pennsylvania dept. of English, as well as a Rare Book School's syllabi: both offer at least some fairly detailed Reading Lists + course outlines which can assist in the organisation of structured, focused reading in place of my rather haphazard procedure up to the present.
Any other addicts out there with sites to recommend?
Some of the links need to be updated; I first created the list when I was President of this society several years ago.
I don't know whether to say, "Thank you!" or "Damn you!"
I'll opt for "Thank you!" I was wondering what to do with the next three years of my life. Now I know.
I think it's properly a "dust jacket".
The body of
B. Franklin, Printer
(Like the Cover of an Old Book
Its Contents torn Out
And Stript of its Lettering and Gilding)
Lies Here, Food for Worms.
But the Work shall not be Lost;
For it will (as he Believ'd) Appear once More
In a New and More Elegant Edition
Revised and Corrected
By the Author.
What's actually on his tombstone (as best can be achieved in text on computer):
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