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View Poll Results: Highly Challenging Vote • July 2013, Multiple Choice
The Sound and the Fury by William Faulkner 5 23.81%
The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling by Henry Fielding 6 28.57%
The Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote of La Mancha by Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra 6 28.57%
Paradise Lost by John Milton 5 23.81%
Histories by Herodotus 10 47.62%
On the Nature of Things by Lucretius 7 33.33%
Buddenbrooks by Thomas Mann 12 57.14%
Journey to the West by Wu Cheng'en 6 28.57%
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Old 07-08-2013, 05:46 AM   #31
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You can get Budenbrooks for free at Project Gutenberg in German. I found that trough Google.

Maybe next time it would be easier to check the price of a book first. Anyway, looks like I can contribute some stuff this time. I've read the book some years ago. It took me months.
It's strange. Usually I check all of that in advance, but this time I just assumed that there would be availability in libraries.

I saw the German edition at Gutenberg and I downloaded it. But my German is not strong enough to get me through a book of that size.
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Well, I see that Buddenbrooks has won. I'm getting the distinct impression that quite a number of us aren't going to be able to participate in this month's discussion. Should we do a quick head count on who will be able to get hold of the book (at a reasonable cost)?

I'm stuck: I can't get it from my library (actually a network of a number of quite large suburban libraries) as it just isn't in the catalogue, and it seems the only e-book version I can get is in German.
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Yeah - I feel like a total heel because I voted for Buddenbrooks based on the fact that it was written by Thomas Mann and I stupidly did no research whatsoever.

When I realised that it was over 700 pages and I wasn't going to be able to get it anywhere unless I spent $14, I was desperately hoping for anything else to win.
Does this mean none of you can get paperbook cheaper than 14$? Or is it only for ebooks? In case it has to be ebook you might want to restrict voting then only to ebook version available under xy price?
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i beg your pardon, that is ex VAT: the full price is £21.60
http://bookshop.blackwell.co.uk/jsp/...E9780307780959

pity one can't resell it, otherwise you you lucky ones could make a fortune

There is paperback edition on Amazon UK for £6.89
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Buddenbrooks.../dp/0749386479
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It does amaze me that so many are finding it unavailable in their local library system. As I have already stated it looks like I will be able to get an ebook from the Free Library of Philadelphia, and in case there is a problem with that I checked my local library resources. There is one copy in the local system and a number of copies available by request from a state wide search. An older translation by H. T. Lowe-Porter on those though.

I was really hoping that Herodotus would win though. With so many seemingly unable to obtain a copy maybe a coup could be staged?
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Well, I see that Buddenbrooks has won. I'm getting the distinct impression that quite a number of us aren't going to be able to participate in this month's discussion. Should we do a quick head count on who will be able to get hold of the book (at a reasonable cost)?

I'm stuck: I can't get it from my library (actually a network of a number of quite large suburban libraries) as it just isn't in the catalogue, and it seems the only e-book version I can get is in German.
I'm stuck too. There's no way I can get an ebook in English for anything like a reasonable price. I would rather not order a hard copy as by the time it would arrive {and be read} I suspect that the club will have moved on.

So I'll politely opt out of this particular selection--perhaps sometime later on I can give it a try.
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It does amaze me that so many are finding it unavailable in their local library system. As I have already stated it looks like I will be able to get an ebook from the Free Library of Philadelphia, and in case there is a problem with that I checked my local library resources. There is one copy in the local system and a number of copies available by request from a state wide search. An older translation by H. T. Lowe-Porter on those though.

I was really hoping that Herodotus would win though. With so many seemingly unable to obtain a copy maybe a coup could be staged?
Yes, I was really surprised that it wasn't available to me through the library system, nor as an e-book. I think the options seem to be a very small and select discussion group this month, which is perfectly feasible, or else as Hamlet suggests, a decision is made to go with Herodotus, which came in second. I think that sun surfer needs to make that call.


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I'm stuck too. There's no way I can get an ebook in English for anything like a reasonable price. I would rather not order a hard copy as by the time it would arrive {and be read} I suspect that the club will have moved on.

So I'll politely opt out of this particular selection--perhaps sometime later on I can give it a try.
Yes, like you fantasyfan, I could try to get a copy through Abebooks, but the time to get it from the UK or wherever and the cost, especially if I want the more modern translation, make it unfeasible for me. So unless there is a decision to go with Herodotus, I'll have to opt out also - sorry.
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It would be a shame if most of our group can't participate this month because of price or availability. The discussion is the point. I can see why people were blindsided; who would have imagined that a hundred-year old novel by a Nobelist was impossible to purchase for all practical purposes? And I do think a price of over £20 qualifies as impossible.

As I said upthread, the local university has the hardback, so I'm set. I'm caucusing with the group hoping for a revisit of this issue in the interest of inclusiveness, but it's up to sun surfer. I'm happy to read Buddenbrooks.
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Does this mean none of you can get paperbook cheaper than 14$? Or is it only for ebooks? In case it has to be ebook you might want to restrict voting then only to ebook version available under xy price?
I could get a paperback, but it will generally cost me more than the price I can get for the ebook - even second-hand, unless I was very lucky and stumbled across it randomly somewhere.

The only reason I can get the ebook for $14 is that I can "virtually" live in the U.S. for the sake of the purchase. I don't think I can even get it as an ebook in Australia.

I was hoping the result of the voting would serve to cover up my stupidity - but alas, it's confession time.

There were quite a few votes for Buddenbrooks though. Maybe there are still enough for a lively discussion?
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It would be a shame if most of our group can't participate this month because of price or availability. The discussion is the point. I can see why people were blindsided; who would have imagined that a hundred-year old novel by a Nobelist was impossible to purchase for all practical purposes? And I do think a price of over £20 qualifies as impossible.

As I said upthread, the local university has the hardback, so I'm set. I'm caucusing with the group hoping for a revisit of this issue in the interest of inclusiveness, but it's up to sun surfer. I'm happy to read Buddenbrooks.
I can read it for free from Gutenberg in German, that's not the problem.
It would be a shame if the price of an (e)book is an obstacle for the bookclub.

(Not a help for this month...)Would it be better to have a maximum price for an (e) book, say $4-6? There's also second- hand books. I hardly buy new anymore.
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I can read it for free from Gutenberg in German, that's not the problem.
It would be a shame if the price of an (e)book is an obstacle for the bookclub.

(Not a help for this month...)Would it be better to have a maximum price for an (e) book, say $4-6? There's also second- hand books. I hardly buy new anymore.
I opted for a pbook from my library, in Lowe-Porter's translation: I'll have to do without the dialect

More in general, however, I agree that we should have thought about this before hand: I do think this is what we generally do, this time with the Buddenbrooks in particular we were a bit hasty. May it be worth that a condition for nomination is indication of where to get the book from? So even when voting people may take availability/price into consideration.

Again, up to sunsurfer to decide.

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May it be worth that a condition for nomination is indication of where to get the book from? So even when voting people may take availability/price into consideration.
Again, up to sunsurfer to decide.
Yes, I think that is worth considering--it is done in the other club. In fairness, we have previously taken a decision to select a book which was available only as a pb in the case of Turn, Magic Wheel, and a very fine choice it was--but we knew that there was a problem with ebook formatting beforehand. I nominated Wide Sargasso Sea which again {astonishingly!} is not available as an ebook and I stated that in the nomination process.

So I personally feel that Paola's idea of stating the format and price in advance (if possible by providing a link) is a good one--and, of course, that Sunsurfer has the final say.

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So I personally feel that Paola's idea of stating the format and price in advance is a good one--but I accept that Sunsurfer has the final say.
No disrespect intended, but I put myself in the camp that says we're all big kids and should check availability for ourselves before voting. Given the international membership here, one person's checking what s/he can get may be irrelevant to the membership at large. And I say that as a sinner myself; I know I cited how cheap Herodotus in the best translation was at Amazon, but I didn't check anyplace other than the US of A. And kicked myself for being insensitive after.

I'm essentially indifferent this month. I would hate for the bulk of the membership to be excluded, but I'm good to go with Buddenbrooks (or will be, once I get to the library). Depending on how sun surfer calls it, I'd like to say that the Lowe-Porter translation isn't unreadable and perhaps people would be willing to consider picking up a cheap paperback/library pbook. Always assuming these are available options!
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Yes, I agree that it's up to each of us to check it out, especially as there are big variations in availability and/or price in different parts of the world.

I'll certainly learn from this one not to assume that a book will be available just because it's by a famous author, and will check in the future before I vote. Also of course the rules are different in various parts of the world on whether a book is public domain or not. Here in Australia the rules changed some time ago, so we have for authors who died up to and including 31 December 1954 a rule of death plus 50 years. For any who died from 1 January 1955 onwards, it's death plus 70 years. As Mann died in 1955, that rules him out of being in the public domain until 2025, for Australians at least.

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I agree with issybird and Bookpossum. It should be up to us to be responsible - which is why I'm quite dark on myself this time around - I should have known better than to assume anything.

I've got a three books I need to read first anyway, so it would take me a while to contribute. So I'll see what I can find in the meantime. Given that my vote helped put this book in the lead I should at least make an effort.
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I agree with issybird and Bookpossum. It should be up to us to be responsible - which is why I'm quite dark on myself this time around - I should have known better than to assume anything.

I've got a three books I need to read first anyway, so it would take me a while to contribute. So I'll see what I can find in the meantime. Given that my vote helped put this book in the lead I should at least make an effort.
There, there, don't feel bad. We all did the same thing.
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