Durrenmatt bleg:

Does anyone have a copy of Durrenmatt's Der Besuch der alten Dame in German? If it contains the "Anmerkung" at the end (in German), I would appreciate a copy of that part, with the title pages. Thanks!

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Pin Head (mail):
The University of California Melvyl catalog lists two copies that you could get via interlibrary loan.
2.25.2008 2:49pm
Alan Gunn (mail):
I've got it, but the only way I have of getting it to you is snail mail. If you can't find anything easier, send me your address and I'll put it in the mail. If it matters, my copy is a 1968 printing.
2.25.2008 3:40pm
Jason in TX07 (mail):
I have it at home, and can check for those pages tonight. If they're what you need, I can fax them to you tomorrow.
2.25.2008 4:25pm
Sasha Volokh (mail) (www):
Thanks, Alan and Jason. My snailmail address is at the bottom of the page on Georgetown Law's web site. I'll give you my fax number if you drop me an e-mail (available by clicking in the right margin of this page and reading it off my personal web page).
2.25.2008 6:06pm
Jason in TX07:
Sasha, sorry for the delay, but it turns out my copy does not have the pages you need. I hope Alan can help you out.
2.27.2008 1:59am
Dakota (mail):
I have a Diogenes Verlag copy from 1998 and it actually has two Anmerkungen. I don't really mind parting with it. Do you still need a copy, Sasha? I can send it or I can just type out the Anmerkungen in an e-mail. I can be reached at
2.29.2008 10:29am