Joined: Feb. 2000
||Posted: Dec. 19 2001, 16:51
Thanks, Korg, for such an informative response generated in part due to the
third-stupidest question I've ever asked!
BTW, in checking OCLC--a bibliographic database listing the book, periodicals, and non-print holdings of thousands of libraries around the world--so far the only library listed for Ginger Geezer....(co-authored by Lucian Randall & Chris Welchis, bbtw)is the British Library. (Most libraries do not lend brand new books to other libraries, anyway...) But...I wonder if more libraries will be purchasing?
FWIW and in that I've never read The Making of Mike Oldfield's Tubular Bells, thinking that I could borrow a copy through interlibrary loan, I checked on its availability in libraries, and there are only seven OCLC libraries that seem to own: Harvard, the British Library, New York Public, Trinity College in Dublin, Oxford, Sabinet, and the U of South Africa. I was surprised by that: I'd have thought that it would have been more widely held (not that I'd expect to find in on the local library's shelf!).
"No such thing as destiny; only choices exist." From: Moongarden's "Solaris."