I am reading Garnett's translation of Turgenev's "A House of Gentlefolk" (http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/5721), and find scores of typos in the Gutenberg text (verifying with a scanned edition on Archive DOT org here). I am not sure the same edition was used to produce the text on Gutenberg. Is there a procedure one would follow to get them fixed in Gutenberg? I've never done anything like that...
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