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Re: 18 steps availability

sipig ("sipig" <sperry@...>) on June 29, 2009

Thanks for that.

I can’t get hold of anyone at uk (and their web site searching and ordering doesn’t seem to work) and so = have ordered from Waterstones, who have subsequently sent me an email to sa= y that it is unavailable from their suppliers.

I know that it is available= on the Glosa web site - I have it printed out - but wanted the ‘real’ copy= to get the missing examples from the book that are omitted in the online v= ersion.

Again, thanks for taking the time to reply.

— In glosalist@yaho=, “nick_hempshall” <nick_hempshall@…> wrote:

I think Wendy= is not very well at the moment, so probably not best to contact her

W= aterstones say they can supply it in a week /waterstonesweb/

Or second hand

I’m sur= e you know that much of the text is available at /en/g18s.htm

— In, “sipig” <sperry@>= wrote:

Hi all,

I am new to the community but am keen to l= earn Glosa (after dabbling in Esperanto more off than on for over 20 years)= .

I am keen to get hold of the full copy of “18 Steps” and just wo= ndered if anyone knows whether it is still available from Wendy Ashby and i= f not if anyone knows where I can get a copy from.

Many thanks

Simon Wolverhampton UK

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