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    Quote Originally Posted by GNTLGNT View Post
    The Dark Tower is the backbone of Stephen King's legendary career. Begun more than thirty years ago, seven books and more than three thousand pages make up this bestselling, epic fantasy series. Previously published in two separate volumes, The Complete Concordance is the definitive encyclopedic reference book that provides readers with everything they need to navigate their way through the series. With hundreds of characters, Mid-World geography, High Speech lexicon, and extensive cross-references, this comprehensive handbook is essential for any Dark Tower fan.



    •Characters and Genealogies
    •Magical Objects and Forces
    •Mid-World and Our World Places
    •Portals and Magical Places
    •Mid-, End-, and Our World Maps
    •Timeline for the Dark Tower Series
    •Mid-World Dialects
    •Mid-World Rhymes, Songs, and Prayers
    •Political and Cultural References
    •References to Stephen King's Other Work

    Thanks for information!
    But why u said the Dark Tower concordance should be invaluable
    ?
    I think is the same tower, just for a diferent point of view (inside or outside)
    P.S.: I called "Black Tower" before, I'm sorry for my mistake, here in Brazil we call "Torre Negra" and I confuse.

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    In one of the Castle Rock stories, The Sun Dog, Kevin Delevan had a nightmare...so horrible he could only remember parts of it...bout walking into the town of Oatley. He asks this old man pushing a shopping cart if anyone is hiring. The old bum tells him this ain't Oatley, this is Hildasville, calls him a fushing feef! Which is the name of a regular here on the board. Oatley is a town that figures in The Talisman, a chapter titled "The Road of Trials," Jack has an encounter like Kevin's nightmare. The caveat here is King & Straub wrote The Talisman, so the question is who was responsible for adding that link in the chain? Word is they won't tell who wrote what in that story.

    A couple of the losers from It are in 11/22/63...there is a clown that looks remarkably like Pennywise in The Tommyknockers...& too, if you look at the various groups that have read a King story as a group read, you will find some discussion therein related to connections.

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    But why u said the Dark Tower concordance should be invaluable?
    ...as a reference tool darlin'....

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    Quote Originally Posted by GNTLGNT View Post
    ...as a reference tool darlin'....
    Thank you. honey!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GNTLGNT View Post
    ...as a reference tool darlin'....
    I'm sorry, GNTLGNT, I read "disability" instead of "invaluable". False cognates are awful! God, my English is awful

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fernanda Andrucho View Post
    I'm sorry, GNTLGNT, I read "disability" instead of "invaluable". False cognates are awful! God, my English is awful
    ...no it's not, my Brazilian sucks!....

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    Quote Originally Posted by GNTLGNT View Post
    ...no it's not, my Brazilian sucks!....
    haha Thank you! We speak Portuguese
    My college is Letters Portuguese/ English, I'm trying learn, I'm glad for speaking with you

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    ...well my Portugese sucks too...and you may speak with me anytime...it's a pleasure...

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    This board is wonderful. Tomatos Taamattoes, Toma tee ahs. Help me out Siggy.

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    ...tow-may-ter...


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