I have a 1st Ed. missing "with" on line 21 pg 289. My copy
also appears to have been bound with pages 377-392 missing.
Have any other collectors come across this same misbinding?
In my copy, the missing "with" occurs on line 21, not 24; it is
missing between "what's wrong" and "him." This is the line cited by
the listings I saw at ABE.
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Gary Phillips wrote...
I have seen several 1st editions of Richard Ford's Indepencence Daypage
being offered with a statement regarding a missing word "with" on
289. In my copy, which has "First Printing" on the copyright page,on
page 289, line 24, it reads
'thing, is not much different from what's indistinctly amiss withall'
The word "with" seems to be there, and in context. I've alsochecked my
BE Trice limited, my ARC and my galley proof and found them all tobe
Could someone explain what these copies missing the word "with"really
are? The TRUE 1st edition? Misprinted copies of the 1st?
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