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The first part, regarding general data structures of Lisp, is quite OK but especially for programmers who want to, or must, use object oriented approaches this book is seriously misleading. It is not clear if Graham only hates object oriented programming - there is quite some evidence for that elsewhere - or actually does not understand it. In the end it does not matter. Common Lisp has a very powerful object system (CLOS). If you are planing to write a modern application making use of OO and are not just planning to walk down memory lane then look elsewhere.