First Edition Points and Criteria for Going after Cacciato

Year Published: 1978
Author Last Name: O'Brien
Author First Name: Tim
Publisher: Delacorte Press
Original Price: $8.95
Pages: 338

First printing is stated on the copyright page. Boards are blue cloth with gold lettering. Dust jacket features a painting by M.S. Chiang and contains now critical reviews. The only writing on the back of dust jacket is the ISBN: 0-440-02948-1. Top corner of dust jacket has $8.95 price above the number 2948. Back of dust jacket flap has 0278 which represent the February 1978 publishing date.

Going after Cacciato won the National Book Award.

Picture of the 1978 first edition dust jacket for Going after Cacciato.
Picture of the 1978 first edition dust jacket for Going after Cacciato.

Picture of the first edition copyright page for Going after Cacciato.
Picture of the first edition copyright page for Going after Cacciato.

Picture of dust jacket where original $8.95 price is found for Going after Cacciato.
Picture of dust jacket where original $8.95 price is found for Going after Cacciato.

Picture of the back dust jacket for the first edition of Going after Cacciato.
Picture of the back dust jacket for the first edition of Going after Cacciato.

Picture of the first edition Delacorte Press boards for Going after Cacciato.
Picture of the first edition Delacorte Press boards for Going after Cacciato.

Picture of the back dust jacket flap for the first edition of Going after Cacciato.
Picture of the back dust jacket flap for the first edition of Going after Cacciato.

Picture of the first edition title page for Going after Cacciato.
Picture of the first edition title page for Going after Cacciato.

On the left is the first U.S. Edition of Going After Cacciato published by Delacorte
On the left is the first U.S. Edition of Going After Cacciato published by Delacorte Press. On the right is the first UK edition published by Jonathan Cape. Both jackets feature the same painting, but incorporate different fonts.

The first U.S. Edition of Going After Cacciato (on the left) is taller than the first UK
The first U.S. Edition of Going After Cacciato (on the left) is taller than the first UK edition (on the right).

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