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Questions > How to combine: same title, but 1 book in a language; 3 books in another language

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message 1: by Ulrich (new)

Ulrich | 3 comments Dear all, I am a new librarian and I have a question for you all. There is a book that in its original version (French) is divided in three books: Introduction à la Sociologie Générale (1. L'action sociale; 2. L'organization sociale; 3. Le changement sociale). But in the Italian version, the one I have, there is just one book divided in three parts. Now, my question is: how can I combine the Italian edition with the French ones? I hope to have been quite clear. Thanks a lot.


message 2: by Sandra (new)

Sandra | 22825 comments Sorry, not sure I've got it clear in my head.

Are you saying the french & italian editions are each split into 3 books in the same way?

If not, they don't get combined, at all.


message 3: by Ulrich (new)

Ulrich | 3 comments No, the french edition is split into 3 books. In the Italian one there is just one book (where you can find the same contents you can read in the 3 french books). Is it possible/correct to combine the Italian edition with one of the french ones?
Thank you very much for your answer.


message 4: by Sandra (new)

Sandra | 22825 comments No, you can't combine them.

They stay separate.


message 5: by Ulrich (new)

Ulrich | 3 comments Sandra wrote: "No, you can't combine them.

They stay separate."


Many thanks


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