First Edition Points and Criteria for A Thousand Acres

Year Published: 1991
Author Last Name: Smiley
Author First Name: Jane
Publisher: Alfred A. Knop
Original Price: $23.00
Pages: 371

The first edition of this Pulitzer Prize winner was published by Alfred A. Knop in 1991. It was 371 pages long, and the original retail price was $23.00. The first edition can be identified by the following criteria: "First Edition" is stated on the copyright page.

A Thousand Acres won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction.

Picture of the 1991 first edition dust jacket for A Thousand Acres.
Picture of the 1991 first edition dust jacket for A Thousand Acres.

Identification picture of A Thousand Acres.

Identification picture of A Thousand Acres.

Identification picture of A Thousand Acres.

Identification picture of A Thousand Acres.

Autograph: Signature of Jane Smiley.
Autograph: Signature of Jane Smiley.



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