New York Review of Books and Atlantic Monthly needed!
Thread poster: Krzysztof Raczkowiak

Krzysztof Raczkowiak  Identity Verified
Poland
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May 10, 2007

Hi all,
I am writing a Master Thesis on press translation. Contrarily to what I imagined, the biggest difficulty lies in getting hold of sources rather than actually working on them:(
Should anyone happen to know how I could get those two issues, please let me know. Here's what I need:
Atlantic Monthly, October 2006; New York Review of Books, 2007 (with the article on Turkey and Kurdistan by Christopher de Bellaigue)
I have already checked libraries in Poland.
Unfortunately, I cannot rely on web issues of the aforementioned.
Thanks in advance,
Krzysztof


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Benno Groeneveld  Identity Verified
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Did you try May 11, 2007

contacting the publications directly? They might be willing to support a scientific project. Send them an email from an university account or send them a real (snailmail) letter on university letterhead.

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