First Edition Points and Criteria for Foreign Affairs

Year Published: 1984
Author Last Name: Lurie
Author First Name: Alison
Publisher: Franklin Library
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Pages: 291

The first edition of this Pulitzer Prize winner was published by Franklin Library in 1984. It was 291 pages long. First edition criteria are: The true first edition is the Franklin Library "Signed First Edition."

Foreign Affairs won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction.

This is the Franklin Library "Signed First Edition."
This is the Franklin Library "Signed First Edition."

Identification picture of Foreign Affairs.

Identification picture of Foreign Affairs.

This is the first trade edition that was available to the general public.
This is the first trade edition that was available to the general public.

This is the copyright page from the first trade edition.
This is the copyright page from the first trade edition.

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