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Our Great Thanks... Jon Clinch and to Bob Fanuzzi for leading a wonderful discussion. It was an ambitious plan to tackle these two books in a single month, but what a wonderful way to revisit Twain!

Jon, thanks in particular for coming and playing the dual role of author-on-his-own-work and thoughtful reader of a complex writer. We hope you'll be back for another trip down the river.
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Re: Our Great Thanks...

what if Jon can join at his leisure, are you going to chase him away? I really do not understand what you (BN) is up to.

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