I wish it was that easy, looking on the Australia-wide library
database it isn't there.
I'm generally inclined to give up when I can only find a copy of it in
Europe since the postage alone generally is what drives the price of
these things up. The balticshop.com copy at $40AUS including postage
is cheap enough, in a general sense, that it is extremely tempting to
buy it for myself. That, and it's written in English which is
extra-exciting for me.
Sorry I'm so negative, but it was difficult enough convincing my
library to order in the only copy of a book in Australia from
interstate, let alone trying to track down a book from overseas.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "susannah53" <susannah53@y...> wrote:
> --- In email@example.com, "quokkaqueen" <quokkaqueen@h...> wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I've just found out about the book "Prehistoric Lithuania", which
> > covers archaeological finds up to the 12th century. I'd love to buy
> > it, but I'm a full-time starving uni student and don't want to spend
> > lots of money to find out it's a dud.
> Have you tried Interlibrary Loan? Don't know where you're located,
> but I'm in Ohio, and the librarians at our library bend over backwards
> to help me get books. If it's not in the the state library system,
> they will look further afield. When I was looking for 60 Score of
> Easter Eggs (the quintessential pysanky book) they found it in a
> Florida library!