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5.11.4 On Lisp by Paul Graham

"This is simply the best book written about any computing topic that I have ever come across. Even if you don’t know lisp, you can get the general gist of this book and enjoy it."

It was written to follow along with the book page by page and catalogue dependencies between the chapters, which become quite complex toward the end.

The simplest way to get it up and running is to install Quicklisp and clone this repository into your quicklisp/local-projects directory.

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