First Edition Points and Criteria for Cannery Row

Year Published: 1945
Author Last Name: Steinbeck
Author First Name: John
Publisher: Viking
Original Price: $2.00
Pages: 208

The first edition of this classic John Steinbeck book was published by Viking in 1945. It was 208 pages long, and the original retail price was $2.00. The first edition identification criteria are as follows: First Published by The Viking Press in January 1945 is stated on the copyright page with no references to further printings. The first state of the first printing has light-buff (tan) cloth boards and top page edge stained blue. The second state has yellow cloth boards.

Picture of the 1945 first edition dust jacket for Cannery Row.
Picture of the 1945 first edition dust jacket for Cannery Row.

Identification picture of Cannery Row.

Identification picture of Cannery Row.

Identification picture of Cannery Row.

The book on the left is the first state of the first printing which has light-buff (tan)
The book on the left is the first state of the first printing which has light-buff (tan) cloth boards. The book on the right is the second state which has yellow cloth boards.



Other first edition points for books by John Steinbeck include: The Grapes of Wrath, Of Mice And Men, The Pearl, Sweet Thursday, East of Eden, The Wayward Bus, The Moon is Down, The Winter of Our Discontent, The Short Reign of Pippin IV, Tortilla Flat, The Long Valley.

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