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I have created several articles on Vollmann novels. They're only stubs at the moment, but I invite everyone interested to expand the articles -- and hopefully create articles for the other Vollmann books as well. 23skidoo 18:59, 11 November 2006 (UTC)
Reverting an editor's changes--not unexplained deletions, but changes--without conscientiously examining them, simply because the edits lack a summary, seems to me to be uncivil and fails to presume good faith. The reverted changes did in fact correct at least one error (the publication date of An Afghanistan Picture Show) and added two verifiable pieces of information (the title and publisher of the forthcoming book  and the publication of the short story ) and so should have been given more consideration on that basis alone. I have restored the changes, pending discussion, and will add references for the new information.--ShelfSkewedTalk 21:28, 26 July 2009 (UTC)
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