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    Date:  8 AUG 1980 1622-EDT
    From: CFFK at MIT-MC (Charles F. F. Karney)

    A guy here at Princeton would like to learn Lisp.
    Asides from the Maclisp Manual is there any easy
    introductory information he could use.  (E.g. an
    on-line primer, a TEACHLISP program, or a decent
    book on Lisp.)

"Notes on the Programming Language Lisp" by Bernie Greenberg is an
excellent introduction to Lisp.  Copies can be obtained by sending
$3.50 ($2.50 to cover duplication costs and $1.00 to cover postage and
handling) to:

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