First Edition Points and Criteria for Into the Wild
Year Published: 1996
Author Last Name: Krakauer
Author First Name: Jon
Original Price: $22.00
Villard is a division of Random House which denotes a First Edition/1st Printing by stating "First Edition" below the number line 98765432. Second printings lose the "First Edition" tag and just have the number line ending with 2. The boards are dark grey and black with silver lettering and design on the front and the spine of the book. Mapped inside covers front and back. Dust jacket has author's name across the top with no mention of bestseller. Back of dust jacket has two reviews - by Charles Bowden and Paul Theroux.
Into the Wild is classified in the following category: History
Picture of the 1996 first edition dust jacket for Into the Wild.
Picture of the first edition copyright page for Into the Wild.
Picture of dust jacket where original $22.00 price is found for Into the Wild.
Picture of the back dust jacket for the first edition of Into the Wild.
Picture of the first edition Villard boards for Into the Wild.
Picture of the back dust jacket flap for the first edition of Into the Wild.
Picture of the first edition title page for Into the Wild.
Other first edition points for books by Jon Krakauer include: Into Thin Air.
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