paperback first and bemelmans
aa3401 at wayne.edu
Mon Apr 7 12:23:47 EDT 2003
Answer to the second question is yes--if the number of a ML paperback is the same as the highest number in the list of titles in the series it's a first. It's usually a first if it's one of the 3 or 4 highest numbers, since several ML Paperback titles were usually published together.
Based on information submitted by the list, the only response I can make at present to the first question is "I don't know."
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From: acpertusi at aol.com
To: modlib at algol.owu.edu
Sent: Monday, April 07, 2003 11:28 AM
Subject: paperback first and bemelmans
recently I asked the group two questions and failed each time to get a response.
I`ll try again, but please let me know if procedureally I am doing something wrong.
first, is the bemelmans dust jacket without titles on the back the true first ,or not.
does anyone know for certain.
second, is a paperback without a first indication on the copyright page, still an
official first if the last title on the back cover is the number and title of the book itself.
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