[ModLib] Redux: T/Chekhov's (Short) Stories
eric at allforma.com
Sat Dec 7 17:34:06 EST 2013
Just yesterday, I picked up a copy of the newly designated 50.6 in a
buckram binding (type B1), with the tile page that reads "The Short Stories
of Anton Chekhov". It's an ex-library copy which doesn't have an
acquisition note penciled in, as some of them do. The earliest checkout
date is Nov 5, 1969. Curiously, this copy has Kent end-papers bound in with
the text block - something I'd not seen before.
On Fri, Dec 6, 2013 at 2:50 PM, Scot Kamins <kamins at modernlib.com> wrote:
> Based on Bill Hornick's research, it seems appropriate to add a new
> Toledano number 50.6 attached to the title *The Short Stories of Anton*
> *Chekhov*. The title of 50.5 as it appears on the book's title page
> changed from *The Stories of Anton Chekhov* to The *Short* *Stories* of
> Anton Chekhov in the Spring of 1964, evidently first appearing in binding
> We are indebted to Bill for discovering this collectable variation.
> Thanks much,
> *From:* Bill Hornick <willthemad at aol.com>
> *Sent:* Monday, December 02, 2013 7:56 PM
> *To:* modlib at thuban.owu.edu
> *Subject:* [ModLib] T/Chekhov's (Short) Stories
> ML Collectors,
> I need your help. Whether the name was Tchekhov or Chekhov, his
> *Stories *always appeared in dust jackets that said "The Short Stories of
> The title pages, the ML official title of the book, however, always said
> "The Stories of Anton..." That is until I acquired a spine #14 of 50.5
> whose title page reads "The Short Stories of Anton Chekhov."
> The ML website's BookNotes and Confirmed Bindings pages say that 50.5 also
> exists in bindings #10 and #11. Can any ML collector tell me what each
> title page says? I am trying to determine the first binding that appeared
> with the new title-page title; was it #10, #11 or my #14?
> Also, should the ML website recognize this title change? If so, how?
> Would mention in the BookNotes for 50.5 suffice or would it merit a new
> Toledano number as all previous title-page changes (except *Moll
> Flanders *with the *&C. *and two varieties of six lines of subtitle) have
> Whatever the answers to my questions, the ML Community should know that
> there is a collectible variety of 50.5 out there. Thank you for your help.
> Bill Hornick
> Scot Kamins
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