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Faceting 101 (Arya Akhavan)
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I absolutely agree with Glenn. The Broadfoot & Collins, as well as Tom Herbst’s series, are by far the best books that exist for faceting, with the Graham as a distant third. I’ve found that the beginners I’ve been teaching have the most difficulty with the Soukup and the Vargas.