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Re: Belletristik als E-Books??

Am 31 Jan 2005, um 16:38 hat Johannsmeyer, Betty geschrieben:

> Hallo, liebe Kolleginnen und Kollegen,
> elektronisch publizierte Zeitschriften findet man problemlos, gut
> aufgearbeitet und recht vollständig via Elektronische
> Zeitschriftenbibliothek. Aber wo finde ich belletristische
> elektronische Bücher? Gibt es so etwas schon und wenn ja, wo kann ich
> sie ermitteln ?
> Herzliche Grüße aus Berlin-Buch
> Betty Johannsmeyer
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Hallo Frau Johannsmeyer,

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