[Sca-cooks] Chocolate of Modica, chocolate of Alicante

Patricia Dunham chimene at ravensgard.org
Tue Jan 15 00:33:51 PST 2013

Worldcat is not, unfortunately, 100% comprehensive. More and more European academic libraries are gradually joining, or were when I was last working, but ... Also, cataloging standards vary widely between institutions, it is not unusual for more-abbreviated-descriptive-records to NOT turn up in initial searches. (I have found lots of really terrible, short-hand records, while searching for esoteric specialty titles.) Sometimes you have to do multiple searches, by every semi-distinctive word you can find, in order to catch more records.

chimene, old retired cataloger

On Jan 14, 2013, at 8:18 PM, Johnna Holloway wrote:

> It's a rather rare volume. Worldcat only lists it as being at the Library of Congress
> and Biblioteca Nacional de Espana. Interlibrary loan is probably not an option.
> There are two copies on abebooks for $60.00 plus with shipping from Spain.
> Johnnae
> On Jan 14, 2013, at 4:00 PM, Christiane wrote:snipped  I think this book was mentioned on the list before, but I am wondering if anyone has read it and whether it is factually credible:
>> Rafael Montal Montesa, "El chocolate: Las semillas de oro." Came out in 1999, published by the government of Aragon.
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