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Date: Fri, 8 Aug 2003 20:59:23 -0700
Subject: Re: (urth) Latro musings
From: Lisa Schaffer-Doggett 

On Friday, August 8, 2003, at 09:07 PM, Josh Geller wrote:

> I've found that most people do better if they work up to 'Hamlet's
> Mill'. I generally recommend that people first read Anthony Aveni's
> 'Stairways to the Stars' and William Sullivan's 'The Secret of
> the Incas' before they tackle 'Hamlet's Mill'. The first is a good
> general work on what's called archaeoastronomy these days, the
> second is a specific application of the ideas and methodology
> described in 'Hamlet's Mill' to the history and archaeology of
> Andean civilization.

Thanks for the suggestion.  On looking back, I see that you brought up 
Hamlet's Mill to Crush.  So double thanks.  God only knows when I'll 
get to all this stuff.  I need a personal reader like Borges had 
(though I'd rather not go blind).  Maybe I won't sleep.  Yeah.



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