I bought this book new when I was in college, and while I've never actually read it all, I've used it and handled it far more than any book I've ever owned. And I probably will until - as the book says - I breathe my last, croak, decease, depart, expire, fall (drop, sink, etc.) dead, give up the ghost, go to the happy hunting grounds, join my ancestors, kick the bucket, pass away, pass on, perish, succumb, lose my life, lay down my life, go West or make the supreme sacrifice. Thanks, Mr. Roget! Couldn't have said it better myself.
More (Un)Forgotten Books (this week from our tender years as 18-22 year-olds) await at pattinase.