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message 1: by Tuur (new)

Tuur Dutoit | 2 comments The page count for this book is currently 0. I think it should be 320, which is the number of the last page. This includes title pages, table of contents, forewords etc.
ISBN: 978 90 468 1930 2

message 2: by lethe (new)

lethe | 14139 comments Corrected (KB says 319).

(NB If forewords and other "voorwerk" are paged in Roman numerals, they should not be added to the total page count, but that was apparently not the case here.)

message 3: by Tuur (new)

Tuur Dutoit | 2 comments The forewords etc. are not paged in Roman numerals.

The last printed page number is 319, however, there is 1 page after that without a page number printed on it. It's not even a special page or something, it's the last page of the "Register". In other words, 319 is printed on the second last page of the "Register"; the very last page does not have a page number.

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Alvaro (ajfs) | 2 comments La lenteur The page count for this book should be 192.

Source: I've read the book (paperback), also on the published website below

message 5: by Sandra (new)

Sandra | 25975 comments #4 done

message 6: by Alvaro (new)

Alvaro (ajfs) | 2 comments Sandra wrote: "#4 done"


message 7: by lethe (new)

lethe | 14139 comments Alvaro wrote: "Sandra wrote: "#4 done"


Please start a new thread in future, this one is linked to a specific book.

Yes, the last page of text is often not numbered, but it is counted according to GR policy. Your page count of 320 was therefore correct.

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