[ModLib] Camus, Notebooks, 1935-42, #349

Scot Kamins kamins at modernlib.com
Fri Jun 3 14:41:41 EDT 2011

On Jun 3, 2011, at 11:33 AM, JOHN PETERSON wrote:

> While doing some scanning for Scot's website, I found that I have  
> two versions of the DJ for Camus' Notebooks.  One has the name of  
> the designer, Salter, on the bottom center of the DJ front, one does  
> not.
> While neither version has a catalogue, the one w/o Salter is  
> definitely earlier: it is a binding #11, has Kent EPs, and a price  
> of 2.45.  The version with the name is a #13 binding, has blank EPs  
> and pages of the cheap paper used in circa 1970 printings; the price  
> is 2.95.
> Both books have the FMLE 1965 statement, and neither has a catalogue  
> in back.
> What I'm wondering is: Is the lack of the designer's name on this  
> title an indicator of a first printing?

John's comments refer to the FIRST of the Camus notebooks. I'd also  
like to know if there's both a Salter & non-Salter version of the  
SECOND notebook.

Scot Kamins
I've never understood why anyone would bother making a porn movie that  
lasts longer than ten minutes.-- Chuck Lorre

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