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The best way to obtain a book to read is through the library in your town.
Admittedly the computer card catalog might present a barrier to access for some
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If you can not find what you want at your local library, ask your reference
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The Library of Congress in DC has most books. If you want to search for
appropriate books, that card catalog might be a good place to start. Then if you
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Electronic Text Collections in Western European Literature
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