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Re: Strange but true Palmiter, Sherry (10 Oct 2006 22:07 UTC)

Re: Strange but true Palmiter, Sherry 10 Oct 2006 22:07 UTC

Which means ...

"You will not grasp her with your mind,
Or cover with a common label,
For Russia is one of a kind -
Believe in her, if you are able..."

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From: SERIALST: Serials in Libraries Discussion Forum [mailto:SERIALST@LIST.UVM.EDU] On Behalf Of Dena Schoen
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Umom Rossiiu ne poniat'....

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Kali  Collins <kcol@loc.gov> wrote:

This came in on the Slavic librarians listserve and I am forwarding with
permission of the original sender...

Kali R. Collins
Serial Record Division/SCS1
Library of Congress
Washington, DC
kcol@loc.gov

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Hi, everyone, time for a good laugh (before the catalogers tear their
hair). We had received vyp.1-16 of the above journal (v.16 published in
2003), then along comes 216 (published in 2005), which we only just got. I
figured they had decided to renumber it for some reason, but didn't know
if we were missing any issues, so I decided to email one of the editors
listed on the website. I will reproduce his answer below, but just in case
the new version of slavlibs does not handle Cyrillic, I will sum up what
he said: they got into a fight with the previous publisher, and now that
they are starting afresh with a different publisher they wanted to mark
the break with new numbering that would still be connected to the old, so
they jumped ahead from 16 to 216 and henceforth will number the issues
BACKWARDS until they eventually reach back to 17 if they live that long.
Issues 215, 214 and 213 are forthcoming.

Angelia Graf
Assistant to the Curator

Slavic and East European Resources
GRAS Collection Development Department
Davis Library, CB#3918
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Chapel Hill, NC 27514-8890
tel:  (919) 962-3740
fax: (919) 962-4450
URL: http://www.lib.unc.edu/cdd/crs/international/slavic/index.html