And I cannot help sharing it with you guys.
After the event, me and P decided to call it a day. And then I thought it wouldn’t hurt to take a couple more pictures before I change back to my “normal clothes”. I was working with self-timer again, so I set my phone cam and sat between the nice red,new pillows mom bought…
So I borrowed a book from the lib, since it would help me “substantiate” my thesis (or whatever is becoming of it at the moment.) But reading through the book, I realized that I wanted a copy of my own. But it was a forty-year-old book, so I decided to look it up on Amazon.com first to see how much it would cost.
Who would have expected that I would be holding a book like this in my hands? A couple of screenshots might help:
I wanted to see the most that I’d have to spend if ever I ordered it in very good condition.
What luck… I didn’t happen to have 600 dollars to spend on one book.
then I thought that maybe an ex-library version might be just fine…
Although eighty five dollars was a tempting offer, I decided that I wanted to have enough money left for the next months for food. Then I kept looking, and found an edition which had yellow pages and was slightly damaged… priced at thirty dollars. That’s as low as it could go.
So be careful, you may not expect to be holding a 500-dollar book in your hand. And for those who love scribbling on books from the lib with SIGNPEN… shame on you. @_@ (Just had to say that. :P)
and as for the title of the book:
Literature and Religion: A Study in Conflict
Charles Irving Glicksberg