A Letter To My Imaginary Friend

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Correspondence from Ron Koster to Rosa Peña (2003-08-14)

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2003-08-13
2003-08-14 (reply)
2004-11-08
2004-11-08 (reply)
2005-09-09
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Inglés Técnico I (PDF)


Date: Thu, 14 Aug 2003 15:05:38 -0400

To: [email address withheld]

From: Ron Koster <[email address withheld]>

Subject: Re: Legend of Koster

Cc: [email address withheld]


Hi Rosa!

At 07:52 PM 13/08/2003 -0400, you wrote:

We are High School teachers developing Reading Comprehension text books. In this creative work, we would like to include part of the text the legend of Koster in your website which will help our students to understand the importance of these elements in the analysis of the text.
This work is only for didactic purposes. We would greatly appreciate you sending us the authorization to use them in the entitled texts books “Inglés Técnico I” and “Inglés Tecnico II”.

That would be fine, as long as you included a copyright notice for the selections used — perhaps something to the effect of “Copyright © Ron Koster/Psymon — used with permission”.

Would it be possible to receive a copy of the textbook(s) — whichever one(s) you use my piece in — once it’s published? It’s so nice to think that you’ll be making use of it in this way, and it would be fun to have a copy for myself for posterity! :)

I enjoyed your questions, too — I can see what it is that you’re trying to do with this text. I’m just curious about one of your questions, though...

2.¿Qué pasó en 1730?

I must confess that I have no idea what the answer is to this myself! Hee hee... what happened in 1730??? There’s no reference to that date on the page with the “legend”! All the best to you with your project,

Ron :)

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from Rosa Peña

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