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Can you lend me German book "Griechische Sagen" for a week (Zurich)?

This is a long shot, I know. I hope, however, that there may be some parents of Gymnasium children on here that have this book lying around. Or perhaps ex-LG Rämibühl students, by any chance? Or, of course anyone else.

I'm urgently looking for a book that we need by Monday evening, 29.8.2011 - to borrow for a few days.

The title is:

Griechische Sagen, by Richard Carstensen, published by DTV Junior Verlag.



Our copy is on order, but will only be available on Wednesday, so I'm looking for a solution for a first lesson on Tuesday. I could pick on Sunday or Monday in Zurich.

Any assistance is greatly appreciated.
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