Granted, some of the chapters could have been chopped up into more bite-sized chunks; there was at least one that could have merited being a book all its own. In fact, that chapter [you’ll know it when you come across it] is likely the nucleus around which the rest of this book was constructed.
I’ve been in a habit of recommending Tower of Babel to anyone with questions on the subject ever since it was first published!
Tony Breeden, from the Bookwyrm’s Lair
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