First Edition Points and Criteria for Men Without Women

Year Published: 1927
Author Last Name: Hemingway
Author First Name: Ernest
Publisher: Charles Scribner's Sons
Original Price: $2.00
Pages: 232

Title page states 1927 on the bottom. The copyright page has a Scribner's colophon, but it is not a first edition point because later printings have it as well. The copyright page does not have an "A" on the copyright page because Scribner's did not start that practice until the 1930's. The book is bound in black cloth with gold labels on the front and spine. The first issue of the book has a perfect page number on page 3. The second issue has a slightly damaged "3" that can be found on later printings as well. The dust jacket front lacks review blurbs.

Picture of the 1927 first edition dust jacket for Men Without Women.
Picture of the 1927 first edition dust jacket for Men Without Women.

Picture of the first edition copyright page for Men Without Women.
Picture of the first edition copyright page for Men Without Women.

Picture of dust jacket where original $2.00 price is found for Men Without Women.
Picture of dust jacket where original $2.00 price is found for Men Without Women.

Picture of the back dust jacket for the first edition of Men Without Women.
Picture of the back dust jacket for the first edition of Men Without Women.

Picture of the first edition Charles Scribner's Sons boards for Men Without Women.
Picture of the first edition Charles Scribner's Sons boards for Men Without Women.

Picture of the back dust jacket flap for the first edition of Men Without Women.
Picture of the back dust jacket flap for the first edition of Men Without Women.

Picture of the first edition title page for Men Without Women.
Picture of the first edition title page for Men Without Women.

Identification picture of Men Without Women.

Identification picture of Men Without Women.



Other first edition points for books by Ernest Hemingway include: The Old Man and the Sea, Death in the Afternoon, Across the River and into the Trees, For Whom the Bell Tolls, The Sun Also Rises, A Farewell to Arms, To Have and Have Not.

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