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Unfortunately, the book—even in paperback—is expensive. I’d like to use the cliché “You get what you pay for,” but we all know good books that are cheap. Trade paperbacks are like that but academic presses often charge a lot. This is a big book, though, so you do get a lot for your money.

If you prefer Amazon and the book happens to be currently out of stock, it should be available again within a week or two (not the “1-3 months” that sometimes get listed). Or you can try some other online vendor or order directly from the publisher (use promo code LEX20AUTH13 when you checkout for a 20% discount through Lexington). If you don’t have $50 to spend but you’re interested, you can borrow it from your local library through interlibrary loan. Also, the ebook version is less than the paperback.