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Date: Sat, 19 Apr 2003 21:37:40 -0700
Subject: Re: (urth) Re Other Authors
From: Brett Grace 

	Sorry, this particular post is bit tardy but the general =
has life.  If you like this sort of thing, you might like this:

	It lets you graphically browse similarities in the US market.  =
need a Java-enabled browser.  It's best to search by title rather than=20=

author because authors are fully connected to their titles, which leads=20=

to uninteresting clutter (in my opinion).  Amazon Web Services was just=20=

launched for the UK so it should be possible for somebody to host or=20
reimplement a UK version.


PS:  Disclosure, I know about this because I am affiliated with Amazon.

On Thursday, April 17, 2003, at 12:54  PM, Malco wrote:

>  --- Allan Lloyd  skrev: >
>> Of the writers mentioned so far, I can think of few
>> who are further from Gene Wolfe's view of the world
>> than Alasdair Gray, brilliant though he is
> That=92s why I like =91em. Considering one and then the
> other is like reading a good argument between two Urth
> list heavy-weights.
> I=92ve just been at amazon.co.uk
> People who bought BotNS also bought,
> Viriconium by M John Harrison
> The second book of Lankhmar by Fritz Leiber
> The longest journey by Empire (this is a computer
> game)
> Little, big by John Crowley (a hit for the list!)
> Time and the Gods by Lord Dunsay
> Dungeon Siege by Microsoft (another game)
> People who bought Lanark also bought,
> Literature, Politics and Culture in Post war Britain
> by Alan Sinfield
> The house with the green shutters by George Douglas
> Brown
> Leicke and life by Fairport convention (this is a cd;
> music for hippies apparently)
> G by John Berger
> V by Tony Harrison
> (Two one letter book titles, isn=92t that a bit odd?)
> Does this tell us anything?
> Yahoo! Mail (http://dk.mail.yahoo.com) - Gratis: 6 MB lagerplads,=20
> spamfilter og virusscan
> --=20


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