I'm considering buying "ALGEBRA" by S. Lang.
I found a bookseller in India
selling an international edition of the book
at a surprisingly low price.
According to the book description,
"Cover Image & ISBN may differ
but contents are exactly the same as US edition".
Have you ever bought an international edition textbook ?
Was the content really the same as US edition ?
How was the quality of printing and paper ?
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