library edition

library edition

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(Library Science & Bibliography) an edition of a book having a superior quality of paper, binding, etc
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com is where many people start their journeys, and hopefully your library subscribes to the Ancestry Library Edition.
LUXURY HELLBOY DARK Horse's Library Edition hardcovers have been a joy to read, none more so than its Hellboy series.
FTA-HLE A Farewell to Arms: The Hemingway Library Edition.
Of special note is the large print format of this Linford Western Library edition of Rory Black's "The Gun Master".
The Illustrated Modern Library edition had 284 pages of text and twenty-six leaves of illustrations.
This is an Osage County First Grade classroom library edition.
Ron Hubbard's bestselling science fiction novel, "Battlefield Earth," Galaxy Press has created a special library edition for its upcoming Father's Day 2016 release.
The book could be useful library edition to students and could serve them from advanced beginning level offering student concertino in first position, to intermediate level incorporating shifting, spiccato and double stops.
The 1961 Paperback Library edition (20) of In Search follows, word-for-word, the Horizon Press text of these sentences, though the 1973 Pocket Books edition (16-17) restores nearly all of the phrasing of the Authors' Press edition, while substituting the word "revolutionist" for "Communist" in reference to Bodenheim, and adding the following sentence: "In the end he was found murdered in a dreary little room.
Wells, whose work she reads alongside Science and Sex titles; Sherwood Anderson, whose reputation was much enhanced by the publication of Winesburg, Ohio in the series; Joyce, whose Portrait she somewhat surprisingly reads alongside detective fiction; Willa Cather, whose Death Comes for the Archbishop, shows the maturation of the series in the 1930s; William Faulkner, whose introduction to the Modern Library edition of Sanctuary famously describes the book as "a cheap idea"; and, of course, Woolf.
In his introduction to the Modern Library edition of All the King's Men Warren himself stated that it was unfortunate that one of the characteristics of our time is that the reception of a novel many depend on its journalistic relevance.
The effects are already apparent: for example, the Oxford Digital Library edition of William Godwin's Diary (2010) provides images and searchable transcriptions of what is one of the great records of radical literary and political life in Romantic London, the diary Godwin kept for forty-eight years.

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