[ModLib] Height of P-39?

Gordon Barrick Neavill neavill at wayne.edu
Tue Apr 23 21:36:14 EDT 2013

I'm pretty sure all copies are 1/4 inch taller than the standard size of ML Paperbacks.  The paperback was printed from the plates used for the original RH hardbound edition, and the margins at the head and foot are pretty narrow as it is. 


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I believe I have seen both. 

In a message dated 3/30/2013 10:53:31 A.M. Pacific Daylight Time, kamins at modernlib.com writes: 


Does anybody have a copy of P-39 that is NOT taller than the other P-series books? 

On Mar 30, 2013, at 10:36 AM, Chad Bernu wrote: 


Mine is also tall, and a first.  

On Mar 30, 2013, at 12:14 PM, "John Peterson" < jpetersonlhi at frontier.com > wrote: 


My copy of P-39 is also tall. 
John Peterson 


From: Scot Kamins 
Sent: Saturday, March 30, 2013 12:15 PM 
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Subject: [ModLib] Height of P-39? 
Hi Folks, 
John Wolansky writes " I have an oversized P39 Historic Man that is a full ¼” taller than all other books on my P series shelf."  I don't have a copy (thought I did) so I can't check: Are all copies of this title taller? Or, like the Picasso, does the larger format indicate a first or later printing? 


Scot Kamins 
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