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March 14, 1928 - Image 2

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THE MICHTGAN DAILY

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Severaln Falousrsale for the sumiofof ffer,75.
PantngThe ipresent rab ook roomp owesI
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Last4 Performances 'Today-2:0O, 3:35, 7:00, 8:40

First,('(litions of famous hooks lby' page) becaez l alply.' When this
famous au tthors ar1e part ot the cod- change was, made it was d cisc over ed
led lol in thle( rare book room of th~e that apply' was spelled with one p'
Ma in libralry. Volumes of Shakze- in the original printing. Ai extria, II
5l~;r;(.raCndl, third, and fourth, was inser°ted, but the volume still is
folios, Wh'lit maj1's, Wordsworth's, andt terme'd the first edition. Sometimes
Milton's works, ai~epaUrt of the group. entire sect ions are rearra mged , but.I lhe
IrTfiesre first (e(it ions are usually the edition remains thle same.
firt JIssue of al publicationl. Among- the "'firsts," is 'halt Whit-
M"iUd' discussion Ilasn (evelope~1 man's "Leaves of (srass," the copy
over the term, first edition. Otten in being the onle he sent to Emnerson2. In
the course of printing minror mistakes addition several first editions of1"Rob-
a e made which are altered without inson Crusoe," and ''Culliver's 't 1 W r c a g s b i g ii d , a - vl, ei e it ns " a a ise Ik-
coeirding) to Ell . 1-yrms, librarian gained," and Dryde n's works are on
in ii harg o time rare book room. For the shelves.
exam ie1, in the printing of the first I Amiou"I the rare bookis is a, set of
edition of Robinson Crnsoe, the catch- four hland colored illustrations of
word at the bottom of the opening birds in life size. It is the work of
page( was 'always.' EBy a rearrange- John Audubon, a naturalist and
ment it was possible to place. -always' painter. The purchase of this set was
on the preceding p~ag'e.j authorized by the Board of Regep~ts
Because of this the catchword ill 1828, under the(direction (of thej
(which is the first word on the reverse Michigan Historical society. It, costI

or thee English literatnre department
until 1 903. t' hrough his knowledge
ot° books, and1( insight inito( values,
many of the best books in the colbect-
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