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Grave Predictions: Tales of Mankind's Post-Apocalyptic, Dystopian and Disastrous Destiny

Hello, I've approved your submission but had to make a few cosmetic changes ("Ursula K. LeGuin" to "Ursula K. LeGuin" as per amazon's look inside, shortened the introduction's title). The result is here. Please consider to become the "Primary verifier" of the book this will help trace the source of the data and allow you to delete the "Data from Amazon and Locus Magazine #672 as of 2017-01-03" (because the data comes from you) and "Contents data from physical copy of book as of 2017-03-19." (because it'll be stated that you own a copy) bits in the notes. Thanks for contributing. Hauck 08:16, 19 March 2017 (UTC)

Thank you

Thank you for all the help!

Victorian Fairy Tales

Hi. You verified our only publication record for this anthology P454941 [ed. Jack Zipes, Methuen, 1987] as containing five interiorart by Richard Doyle, "The Princess Nobody [2]" to "The Princess Nobody [6]". Probably those listings are correct, title and page number, and the first of six is missing from the list. --Pwendt|talk 17:55, 25 September 2018 (EDT)

More important:
The Library of Congress apparently reports this edition in record LCCN: 86-23849. That record was created during 1986 (but it may have been revised), and reports 1987 publication with this ISBN. It gives page-count "xxix, 381" and notes "Bibliography: p. [373]-381". Does your book contain no bibliography? Or one printed on unnumbered pages? --Pwendt|talk 20:41, 29 September 2018 (EDT)

If you do return, please check whether editor Jack Zipes gives date 1899, perhaps with more information, for "The Last of the Dragons" (under any name); published here as by Edith Nesbit. Momentarily I redate that variant 1987, following our/my Note on the 1925 story "The Last of the Dragons" T197018. --Pwendt|talk 13:46, 29 October 2022 (EDT)