Pub Year

Title

Author

Publisher

Original Price

Pages

2003

The Known World

Jones, Edward P.

Amistad

$24.95

388

FIRST EDTION is stated in the middle of the copyright page, with full number line "10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1" on the bottom. Boards are light beige with copper lettering on a gray textured spine. Book is 9.25 inches tall. Back of dust jacket has two reviews for The Known World by Jeffrey Lent and Peter Matthiessen; and three reviews for Lost in the City.

Warning: the book club edition also states first edition, and also has a full number line. But the boards are black, and the book is shorter than the true first.

The Known World won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction.



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Picture of the 2003 first edition dust jacket for The Known World.

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Autograph: Signature of Edward P. Jones.

Autograph: Signature of Edward P. Jones.



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