Crane's "Men. Women and Boats" first edition point???

JOSEPH HILL goodbooks at webtv.net
Sun Jan 21 19:23:24 EST 2007


The word is in the edition I am now looking at....but not sure how close this copy is to the first.. Catalogue: Aiken to Zola

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-----Original Message-----
From: Scot Kamins
Sent: Sunday, January 21, 2007 2:23 PM
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Subject: Crane's "Men. Women and Boats" first edition point???

Folks,

The Guide notes this first edition point for Crane's "Men. Women and  
Boats" (102.1): P 69 | 19 no "immediately" -- I interpret this to  
mean that on page 69 line 19 of the first impression, the word  
"immediately" is missing but is replaced thereafter. So my question  
is: How soon after did the word appear again? Was it in the very next  
printing?

Thanks,

Scot Kamins
....
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neither liberty nor security."
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