[ModLib] Redux: Second Toledano number for repaginated volumes

JOHN PETERSON jpetersonlhi at verizon.net
Tue Jan 27 06:47:44 EST 2009

Is "Joseph Andrews" the precedent?  The revisions there weren't just 
repagination, but a new title page, a revised intro and the addition of a 
bibliography (according to Barry's last memo).  Rather than serving as a 
precedent for a new number, it seems to be evidence that repagination alone 
is more on the order of correcting a typo, and not enough to warrant a new 

John Peterson
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Ron Holl" <modlib at windstream.net>
To: <modlib at owu.edu>
Sent: Monday, January 26, 2009 10:48 AM
Subject: Re: [ModLib] Redux: Second Toledano number for repaginated volumes

>> > For consistency's sake, and because many people would consider them
>> > to be separate collectibles, should there be added a second number
>> > for this title to account for the repagination?
>> I found another volume with the same issue  -- James's Wings of the
>> Dove (244.1). From the notes:
>> "Wings of the Dove was printed from two typesettings. The first was
>> printed from Scribner plates and has two sequences of pagination, the
>> first sequence ending with p. 329 and the second with p. 439. (The
>> book was originally published in two volumes.) The second typesetting
>> uses a single sequence of pagination and ends with p. 522. The first
>> ML printing from this typesetting was in 1968. "
>> SOOOO --- 18.2 for the repaginated Ibsen giant  and 244.2 for the
>> repaginated James?
> My original response was pagination, exciting or not, should not have a 
> new number.  However, since there already is a precedence for it perhaps 
> we should be consistent and always include it.  The numbers are still free 
> of charge.
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