Crane's "Men. Women and Boats" first edition point???
jpetersonlhi at verizon.net
Sun Jan 21 23:02:47 EST 2007
The copy I have doesn't include "immediately" on line nineteen of P. 69
("But almost the tall man got up and brawled miscellaneous information..."),
and the catalogue in back has all the 1921 issues listed except for Samuel
Pepys. Curiously, Anderson's Winesburg, OH (1922) is listed, as well.
At the risk of brawling miscellaneous information, I also noticed that the
Guide lists the FE binding for Crane as #3--mine is a #2. I would think
that the listing of binding #3 must be a mistake, if the book came out in
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> 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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> 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
> Scot Kamins
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