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"Poor old Victor Meldrew's eyesight"

A review of Cambridge University Press Bookshop by Stephen Bourne, CEO written on Thursday 12th of August 2004


Back in December 2003, dear old Victor had a moan about being unable to find details of books from Cambridge University Press when he entered "Cambridge University Press Bookshop" into this search engine. He's right: we didn't sign up for that permutation of our business name, but it seems that old Vic didn't spot the "Cambridge University Press" website further down the page, where full details of our publications may be found.

He's wrong, however, in suggesting that we benefit from state subsidies. We don't, nor do we receive financial support from the University - on the contrary, we are proud of our record of providing such assistance to our University.

Do visit us at http://uk.cambridge.org ,or else, of course, at our physical Bookshop, where we stock every Cambridge title currently in print. You too, Victor: come in and have a browse and a grumble!.

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