[posted] Mike Dawe <mike.thgraoret at emteedee.net>
cdwidger at gmail.com
Fri Aug 31 01:33:39 PDT 2012
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At 02:27 AM 8/31/2012, David Widger wrote:
>I have added the three missing pages to PG file #76
>Thanks very much for reporting this deficiency.
>The text and html files are online now, it may
>be later today before the autogeneration of the
>mobi and kindle files are completed and uploaded to the servers.
>Mon Aug 13 20:33:19 2012 Mike Dawe - Ticket created [Reply] [Comment][Forward]
>Subject: Pages of text missing in
>Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain
>Date: Tue, 14 Aug 2012 14:32:49 +1000
>To: errata2010 at pglaf.org
>From: Mike Dawe <mike.thgraoret at emteedee.net>
>Download (untitled) / with headers
>In the Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain
>There are almost three pages of text missing in the Project Gutenberg
>In Chapter XXI, the text on Page 179 (of the original book) from:
>"This is the speechI learned it, easy enough, while he was learning it
>to the king:"
>Through to, on page 181: "All the stores was along one street. They had
>white domestic awnings in front, and the country people hitched their
>horses to the awning-posts."
>Almost 3 pages in total, including the entire "Hamlet's Soliloquy",
>missing in the epub (also the .mobi as well, I think).
>The scanned illustrations containing some of the missing text are in the
>.epub, Its how I spotted the missing text from this publication.
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