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John Wolansky johnwolansky at verizon.net
Fri Feb 5 08:29:21 EST 2016

I believe Henry Toledano mentioned in his guide the occasional printing or binding error.  I have Buckram bound copy with a Salinger’s Nine Stories cover but a Basic Works of Cicero block.  I also have an Aristoteles’s Rhetoric and Poetics cover with Conrad’s Lord Jim block.   I recall having a regular binding with two sets of endpapers, both front and back.  Somewhere I have a copy of a jacket where the list on the inverse is printed upside down. And, I recall having a copy with the block bound upside down.  Seems these curiosities, while not commonplace, can be found.




From: modlib-bounces at thuban.owu.edu [mailto:modlib-bounces at thuban.owu.edu] On Behalf Of Susan Dichter
Sent: Thursday, February 04, 2016 4:42 PM
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Dear ML collectors,


I bought a copy of Joyce's A Portrait of the Artist As A Young Man (#145) today and noticed something that I think is strange about the endpapers.  The endpapers are the Rockwell Kent design with the running torchbearer. But the back cover endpapers has the torchbearer figures upside down.  Is that unusual?   Thanks  Susan Dichter

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