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Date Posted: 9/27/2009 4:52 PM ET
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I have several german paperbacks by Wolfgang Hohlbein and Martin Suter  and Bernhard Schlinck on my shelf.  Also more that are not on my bookshelf.  Order one and get another book from the same author for free.

I also have a collection of German Fairy Tales (Hardcover) if there is anybody out there who would like German children or young adult books.

I also have 2 or three Bernhard Schlinck books in German:  Der Vorleser - The Reader and Die Heimkehr  - Coming Home.  Those are not posted yet, but I  would post them if you PM me and let me know that you would be interested.

Thanks.



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Date Posted: 10/8/2009 11:57 AM ET
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I don't have any credits, but if I did, I would want them. Sorry

Date Posted: 10/11/2009 10:20 AM ET
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Thanks Jesse, I think they will sit there for a while and I am not in a hurry, if you have available credits I would be willing to do a two for one deal.

Date Posted: 10/14/2009 4:49 PM ET
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Also available (from me):  a spiral-bound book, Scientific German: A Concise Description of the Structural Elements of Scientific and Technical German, by George E. Condoyannis,, publ. by John Wiley & Sons, Inc.  It's a volume designed to aid  (anglophone) students, engineers, or  scientists faced with the problem of acquiring rapidly and directly a reading knowledge of German adequate to cope with technical articles and books in their respective fields.



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