"FIRST EDITION" is stated on copyright page, and 1971 is found on the title page. Boards are light green cloth with gold lettering on the spine and front, and with blind-stamped wreath also on the front. Endpapers are dark green. There is a possible first issue where a gutter code of "M4" is printed on the last page (page 569). However we have seen this code on all first editions we have examined, so we are not convinced that this is a first edition point. Dust jacket has a photo of the author by Alex Gotfryd on rear. The dust jacket lacks reviews and any mention of the book of the month club. Later issue dust jackets have a blue sticker on the front that says "Winner 1972 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction".
Picture of the 1971 first edition dust jacket for Angle of Repose.
Picture of the first edition copyright page for Angle of Repose.
Picture of dust jacket where original $7.95 price is found for Angle of Repose.
Picture of the back dust jacket for the first edition of Angle of Repose.
Picture of the first edition Doubleday boards for Angle of Repose.
Picture of the back dust jacket flap for the first edition of Angle of Repose.
Picture of the first edition title page for Angle of Repose.
There is a gutter code of "M4" on the last page (page 569) that apparently is only found on early first editions.
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