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Is Amazon behaving peculiarly?
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 11.0938  Monday, 1 May 2000.

From:           Florence Amit <
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Date:           Saturday, 29 Apr 2000 11:08:34 +0000
Subject:        Is Amazon behaving peculiarly?

My old friend that has solved so many of my gift problems and made me
feel a part of the main stream by allowing me to buy fine books, is
acting in a very strange way.  For the past two years or more I have
been trying to buy a book, soft cover or hard, that Amazon lists.  It is
Daniel Banes' book, " Shakespeare, Shylock and Kabbalah". What makes it
unavailable? Why should it remain listed if it is out of print? Is it a
censorship related to the sudden availability of the 19th century book
of libels called "The Protocols of the Elders of Zion?"  People have
been sending me letters that they receive no reply from "Amazon " about
their objection to that one.  What is happening?
 

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