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Readings in Scheme...

While many may debate the various merits of procedural programming,
UNIX, and the C programming language, few would disagree that a large
history and culture has developed around them.  A lot of young
C hackers learn their 'art' through the study of code samples or such
volumes as "Lions' Commentary on Unix", etc.

Does some similar touchstone exist in the Scheme/Lisp world that
would serve as a good model to emulate in crafting large Scheme systems?

I often hear about Queinnec's "Lisp in Small Pieces", but have not
read this one myself.  Are there others?