No, I can't lend you my copy of one of the best books ever written, a book which helped shape the modern world and the attitudes within it, a book which 'The Observer' regards as the greatest satirical work in the English language, because the terms and conditions are more locked down than those of DRM'd software.

This truly is Catch-22.

I'd like to see if this stands up to the first sale doctrine in court.

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