First Edition Points and Criteria for Cities of the Plain

Year Published: 1998
Author Last Name: McCarthy
Author First Name: Cormac
Publisher: Alfred A. Knopf
Original Price: $24.00
Pages: 292

"First Edition" is stated on the copyright page. Boards are black cloth with gold lettering on spine. Reviews on the back dust jacket by Kurt Tidmore and Robert Hass. 1,000 copies were issued with a special signed limitation page tipped in for "friends of the author and publisher".

A limited edition of 300 signed and numbered copies was published at the same time by B.E. Trice Publishing. It has marbled boards with leather spine, and is housed in a cloth slipcase.

Picture of the 1998 first edition dust jacket for Cities of the Plain.
Picture of the 1998 first edition dust jacket for Cities of the Plain.

Picture of the first edition copyright page for Cities of the Plain.
Picture of the first edition copyright page for Cities of the Plain.

Picture of dust jacket where original $24.00 price is found for Cities of the Plain.
Picture of dust jacket where original $24.00 price is found for Cities of the Plain.

Picture of the back dust jacket for the first edition of Cities of the Plain.
Picture of the back dust jacket for the first edition of Cities of the Plain.

Picture of the first edition Alfred A. Knopf boards for Cities of the Plain.
Picture of the first edition Alfred A. Knopf boards for Cities of the Plain.

Picture of the back dust jacket flap for the first edition of Cities of the Plain.
Picture of the back dust jacket flap for the first edition of Cities of the Plain.

Picture of the first edition title page for Cities of the Plain.
Picture of the first edition title page for Cities of the Plain.

1,000 copies were issued with a special signed limitation page tipped in for "friends of
1,000 copies were issued with a special signed limitation page tipped in for "friends of the author and publisher".

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Cities of the Plain is the last volume in the Border Trilogy. The first two volumes are All the Pretty Horses, and The Crossing.



Other first edition points for books by Cormac McCarthy include: All the Pretty Horses, The Road, Blood Meridian, Outer Dark, Child of God, No Country for Old Men, The Crossing, Suttree, The Gardener's Son, The Stonemason, The Orchard Keeper.

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