First Edition Points and Criteria for In America

Year Published: 2000
Author Last Name: Sontag
Author First Name: Susan
Publisher: Franklin Library
Original Price:
Pages: 387

The first edition was a limited signed edition published by the Franklin Library through a special arrangement with Farrar, Straus and Giroux. It was bound in dark green leather, and limited to 1,300 copies. It was signed by the author on a special page.

The first trade edition was published by Farrar, Straus and Giroux. First edition, 2000 is stated on the copyright page with no statement of subsequent printings. Boards are orange with black lettering on front, and orange lettering on a black cloth spine. There are no reviews on the dust jacket.

In America won the National Book Award.

 Picture of the limited signed first edition of In America.
Picture of the limited signed first edition of In America.

 That last page on the limited signed first edition states that it was limited to 1,300
That last page on the limited signed first edition states that it was limited to 1,300 copies.

 The author signed the limited signed first edition on this special page.
The author signed the limited signed first edition on this special page.

 This is the front of the card that came with the limited signed first edition.
This is the front of the card that came with the limited signed first edition.

 This is the back of the card that came with the limited signed first edition.
This is the back of the card that came with the limited signed first edition.

Picture of the title page from the limited signed first edition.
Picture of the title page from the limited signed first edition.

 Picture of the 2000 first trade edition dust jacket for In America.
Picture of the 2000 first trade edition dust jacket for In America.

 Picture of the first trade edition copyright page for In America.
Picture of the first trade edition copyright page for In America.

 Picture of first trade edition dust jacket where original price is found for In A
Picture of first trade edition dust jacket where original price is found for In America.

 Picture of the back dust jacket for the first trade edition of In America.
Picture of the back dust jacket for the first trade edition of In America.

 Picture of the first trade edition Farrar, Straus and Giroux boards for In Americ
Picture of the first trade edition Farrar, Straus and Giroux boards for In America.

 Picture of the back dust jacket flap for the first trade edition of In America.
Picture of the back dust jacket flap for the first trade edition of In America.

 Picture of the first trade edition title page for In America.
Picture of the first trade edition title page for In America.



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