<DIV>Murray/Carolyn Spector,</DIV> <DIV> </DIV> <DIV>Thanks for the info. There were some there that helped - twe other responses beat you to the punch on several titles. Thanks for responding.</DIV> <DIV> </DIV> <DIV>I'm curious why you think the series "died out." Just like regular ML or giant ML Random House is changing the dust jackets. But if you take all the dust jackets off and put them on the shelf together <STRONG>the books</STRONG> are indistinguishable. Clearly, it is a continuing series.</DIV> <DIV> </DIV> <DIV>What this suggests to me though is that I might make a "sub-format" distinction in my database for 90's Hardbacks to distinguish between "traditional" jackets (1992-2000+) and "non-traditional jackets." I'll have to ponder this though. All other such distinctions are about the book and not the jacket. So, doing so would make the classifications on style, format and subformat
inconsistant.</DIV> <DIV> </DIV> <DIV>Maybe there is another way. I do want the database to accomodate as many collectors' collecting habits as possible.</DIV> <DIV> </DIV> <DIV>Darrell<BR><BR><B><I>Murry/Carolyn Spector <firstname.lastname@example.org></I></B> wrote:</DIV> <DIV><BR>The 90's series gradually faded out in the 2000's, after going through <BR>at least four different styles of dj covers. The spines always had the <BR>picture of the author at the top, and later in the middle. ML still <BR>publishes books, and they still have the Bernhard design endpapers and <BR>the torchbearer logo at the bottom of the spine, but you could not <BR>really call them part of a series.</DIV> <DIV><BR>Of the books you listed, the following I could only find in paperback:<BR><BR>Antin, The Promised Land<BR>Hugo, Toilers of the Sea<BR>Dickens, Hard Times<BR><BR>The following are published by Modern Library, but are not part of the <BR>series:<BR><BR>Angelou, 2004,
Collected Autobiographies<BR>Berendt, 2005, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil<BR>Brando, 1994, Songs My Mother Taught Me<BR>Memoirs of Catherine the Great, 2005<BR>Hesse, 2006, Siddhartha<BR>Jacobs, 2000, The Nature of Economies<BR>Jefferson, 2005, Light and Liberty<BR>Rilke, 2005, A Poets Guide to Life<BR>Rimbaud, 2003, Rimbaud Complete Poetry and Prose<BR>Welty, 2002, On Writing<BR><BR>The following could be considered "regular" MLs:<BR><BR>Trevor, 2001, Night at the Alexandra<BR>Spender, 2001, World Within World<BR>Rilke, 2001, Letters to a Young Poet<BR>Liebling, 1995, Between Meals<BR>Jackson, 2000, The Lottery<BR>Didion, 2000, Slouching Toward Bethlehem<BR>Barnes, 2000, Nightwood<BR>Augustine, 1999, Confessions<BR>Mitford, 1994, The Pursuit of Love<BR><BR>The following could be considered "Giants":<BR><BR>Augustine, 1994, Confessions<BR>Chekhov, 2001, Three Plays<BR>Christmas Classics from the Modern Library, 1997<BR>Dumas, 1997, The Three
Musketeers<BR>Plimpton, 1999, Writer's Chapbook<BR>Stegner, 2000, Angle of Repose<BR>Vidal, 1998, 1876<BR><BR><BR>Cant't find in any of my records:<BR><BR>The Baburana<BR>Ross, Letter from the Editor<BR><BR><BR>Hope this helps,<BR><BR>Murry<BR>_______________________________________________<BR>ModLib mailing list<BR>ModLib@owu.edu<BR>http://thuban.owu.edu/mailman/listinfo/modlib<BR><BR></DIV><p>
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