[ModLib] First ed. of Faulkner's Intruder in the Dust

Scot Kamins scot.kamins at gmail.com
Thu May 5 18:24:45 EDT 2011

 From the MLML archives:

From: aa3401 at wayne.edu ((Gordon Neavill)
Date: Sun Jan 28 16:04:05 2007

Intruder in the Dust was published in the ML in fall 1964. It was  
listed in the "Weekly Record" of newly published books in the Nov. 9  
issue of Publishers Weekly.

The first printing was published in Henry's binding 11 with gray  
endpapers; the back panel of the jacket is Henry's k.

This combination was in use through spring 1966. I don't know if there  
was more than one printing during this period. Copies with tan  
endpapers were bound (and probably printed) after spring 1966.

On May 5, 2011, at 2:10 PM, sandjtilley at comcast.net wrote:

> I know this has been brought up in the past but how do we tell the  
> first edition of this book? The Modern Library site makes reference  
> to the listing of "Modern Library Edition" but this is known to  not  
> be worthy of a true listing  of a first, so what is known of this  
> first outside of the spine 11 and the gray endpapers? What is the  
> correct jacket and price? Is this known? What does Barry know about  
> the first edition of this book. Thank you
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Scot Kamins
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