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If you could own a first edition book, which one would it be?


Imagine that neither cost nor accessibility were to be an issue; which piece of first edition literature would be a must have for you?

 

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    Teylina 4 years ago

    No way to pin to one. I'm fortunate to have been able to get a few over the years. Stupidist thing I ever did was GIVE my mother Michener's 1st ed FIRST BOOK-- Tales from the South Pacific. None of the "classics"-- guess Carver's Dragons in the Stars