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8 – 1 solutions to the question in the title.

The Chronicle of the Sezonov family

According to WorldCat, which is “the world’s largest network of library content and services”, the “Cronica familiei Sezonov (1880-1980)” can be read in the following libraries:

1. Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library
Springfield, IL 62701 United States
2. Wisconsin Historical Society 
Madison, WI 53706 United States
3. Library of Congress 
Washington, DC 20540 United States
4. New York Public Library
New York, NY 10018 United States
5. North Dakota State University Library 
Fargo, ND 58102 United States
6. Houston Public Library 
Houston, TX 77002 United States

We can start by observing that all these big libraries are on the territory of the United States. If you are living near any of these, then you can read the book there. If not, you are if the same situation as I: living in Romania, I cannot go to the United States too soon. Given this, I wanted to find if there…

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The Chronicle of the Sezonov family

….. if Emmanuel Sezonov already wrote one, in year 1980?

Answers to this question are at least two.

If by “another chronicle” we refer to a printed book, the arguments for its creation come in the following context:

“The Chronicle of the Sezonov family (1880 – 1980)” (126 pages), published more than 30 years ago in the United States of America (Texas State – Houston), at a pretty unknown publisher (Stillbrooke) [*], isn’t a book you can buy in any book store; if isn’t available online, and the only libraries in which a copy of it exists are in the United States of America. There are many outsides the States that would want to read this book: some of them got their book, but (I can assure you of this) there are plenty of people interested in reading it who had not obtained it (at least not yet) (I…

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A Liter of Light

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