First edition is stated on the copyright page with no references to subsequent printings. Binding is light green cloth. Back of the dust jacket has photo of the author next to the author's name, and without any critical reviews - only the phrase "America's Best-Selling Novelist". The top of the dust jacket front flap has the $2.75 price. The back dust jacket flap has an advertisement for the uniform edition of Erskine Caldwell. The publisher's name and address is at the bottom of both flaps.
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