First Edition Points and Criteria for Object Lessons

Year Published: 1991
Author Last Name: Quindlen
Author First Name: Anna
Publisher: Random House
Original Price: $19.00
Pages: 262

The first edition of this great book was published by Random House in 1991. It was 262 pages long, and the original retail price was $19.00. First edition criteria are: First Edition is stated below Random House number line "9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2".

Picture of the 1991 first edition dust jacket for Object Lessons.
Picture of the 1991 first edition dust jacket for Object Lessons.

Identification picture of Object Lessons.

Identification picture of Object Lessons.

Identification picture of Object Lessons.

Identification picture of Object Lessons.

Identification picture of Object Lessons.

Identification picture of Object Lessons.



Other first edition points for books by Anna Quindlen include: Black and Blue.

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