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Fabrice Lyczba <[log in to unmask]>
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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Sat, 2 Sep 2006 11:26:36 +0200
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Same problem. Would appreciate greatly any enlightement on this whole  
Google issue.

However, I found a couple of interesting books (Dench: Advertising by  
Motion Pictures, 1916, for example) on, in the 'text'  
section. Seems they are making available non-copyright protected  
books there too.


On Sep 1, 2006, at 7:28 AM, Paul Ramaeker wrote:

> I don't quite understand this Google Book thing.  I read the message
> posted here and was excited to try it out.  I opened a Google  
> account and
> everything, but the links provided in the message on this topic to
> Screen-L went to a page with the title of the book on it, the  
> option to
> search for references to it online, etc., but no text of the book  
> at all.
> I understood that I would actually be able to look at the texts of  
> the two
> film books in that post.  Is there something I am doing wrong?   
> What are
> other folks' experiences?
> pbr
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  F. Lyczba
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