Erich Segal Message Board
Chalet posts on 8/9/2005 2:58:14 AM
Sir, i am so much impressed by all you work, i really can't express it in words. Words really fail me completely when i need to say what i feel about your novels. I've read 'Love Story' 21 times and every time i read my eyes are wet with tears. Its moving, its incredible. I wish once in my lifetime i have a chance to meet u. It takes me to a different world altogether. Hats off to you sir.
Anne Zhang posts on 8/6/2005 10:46:41 AM
Dear Mr. Segal,
our company, Shanghai Baijia Publishing House, is a Chinese state-owned publishing house who is renowned and expert at publishing foreign language novels. Now we have a great interest on Love Story, and we would like to buy the permission of publishing its Chinese and English billingual edition in simplified Chinese characters in China.
Would you please let us know all of the requirements on applying for the permission of this book? And, we have sent fax to HarperCollins Publishers, but still have no feedback. Would you please help? We really want to introduce such a good novel to Chinese young people. Thank you for your immediate attention to this matter.
sanjeev gupta posts on 7/21/2005 12:21:56 PM
i would like to meet you to get yr comments on what i hv written . my writing is heavily influced by you and ayn rand . i would be in usa in early oct '05 or can come anytime you can give me an appointment . i am based in bangkok .
looking forward to hearing from you - meanwhile - hv a great day !
MJM posts on 7/21/2005 12:00:36 PM
Dear Mr. Segal, I am patiently waiting for another novel. I am in love with your vocabulary. Reread all your novels, just so that I can be as errudite as yourself. I am hoping that you are presently working on the next best seller.
Beata from Poland posts on 7/3/2005 6:26:16 AM
Dear Mr. Segal,
I was trying to find Your personal e-mail adress, but it was impossible. I just wanted to say, that I am one of Your loyal fans. I've read all Your books and they are all great. I come from Poland. I'm 19 and in love with your books. I don't like reading in general, but Your books are special and it's a gorgeous pleasure to be allowed to read them. I am not sure, if You read this message, but I hope You will. Thank You for all Your books and for the general truths inside them.
egenia posts on 7/1/2005 12:53:53 PM
I heard this was based on a true story told to Erich Segal while he attended college...
Is this true
Chris Kelk posts on 6/3/2005 7:03:30 PM
I met you at the Boston in the early to mid-seventies and we exchanges shirts (Harvard-Yale for Bingley Harriers). I am a Classicist and an actor, so we share academe and showbiz, but I since discovered that you, like myself, are a Bloomsday boy! 1943 in my case.
Having managed a 2:28:38 in Boston 1975 I have deteriorated through attrition and the return, after 50 years, of my childhood asthma, so I sympathize with you who, I believe, have had to give up the sport. I barely run now.
I am currently translating the Sophoclean canon (most of Antigone and Electra and Trachiniae to go), with the choral odes in rhyming couplets. Can you think of where I might send them?
Hope you are well
Rachit posts on 5/11/2005 6:53:09 AM
hi,haven't read many novels but i am about to complete Erich's books. he is simply amazing.presently i'm reading Doctors and it would be injustice to his work if i say one book is better than the other.his strongest point i feel is the way he defines few characters and one cant simply stop loving them or their relationships. can anyone advise me with any other writer who writes like him ??
haha posts on 5/5/2005 11:42:56 AM
heyhey, esch es emga kuhls buech!! leider müei mer e vortrag dröber mache!! :( hehe
Anonymous posts on 5/1/2005 5:03:40 PM
Where comes from the speech Jennifer cavaleri says at her weeding with oliver? Thank you for the help.
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