Looking for foreign language bookshops in NW UK
Thread poster: Elizabeth Sumner

Elizabeth Sumner
Local time: 04:24
Russian to English
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Apr 25, 2006

Hi, does anyone know of any decent foreign language bookshops in the northwest of Britain?

I'm looking for a couple of Nordic language dictionaries and prefer to browse rather than buy online so I can get a good idea of how useful they will be (especially considering the cost of some!).

Unfortunately most seem to be located in the south; Brighton, London etc., and although I'm a fan of Grant and Cutlers it's a bit of a trek from Manchester.

Many thanks,

Lizzy Sumner


 

Pat Jenner
Local time: 04:24
German to English
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Try the universities Apr 25, 2006

I don't have anything specific to suggest, as I am fortunate enough to live within easy reach of Grant & Cutler, but your local university modern languages department might have some ideas.

 


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