Seeking info RE Mod Lib 1977-1980 editions
zebradlj at yahoo.com
Mon May 8 14:05:56 EDT 2006
How have you found out that it appeared in spring 78? In the database I've built I haven't been abble to anything more than assign a title to 77-80 begin date or 80-85 begin date. Even Toledano's guide simply indicates that some titles started in the regular formats (or giants) and carried through to 1985. I KNOW there are some titles that were in regular or Giant that were not re-introduced into 80's Faux until 83, 84, or 85 because they have new "Modern Library Edition" statements on the title page. I treat the 80's Faux as a new series in my database and many of them are list 8888-1985 where the "8888" stands for an unknown year. I am not aware of titles that were in 80's ffaux but dropped prior to 85, so I have simply presumed that all titles "died" concurrently in 1985.
If have information to the contrary or know more specific starts dates, I would like to know. I would like the database to be as accurate as possible.
Gordon Neavill <aa3401 at wayne.edu> wrote:
D.H. Lawrence's Sons and Lovers was published in both formats. It appeared in spring 1978 in a nonpictorial jacket, and in July 1986 in a Stephen Alcorn pictorial jacket and reset title page. This was the final addition to the Modern Library before the "relaunch" of the series that began in fall 1992.
New Yahoo! Messenger with Voice. Call regular phones from your PC and save big.
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the ModLib