First Printing "The Color of Light" by William Goldman and More Books
|Title and Author/Editor||The Color of Light (William Goldman), Cross Creek (Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings), Tales I Told My Mother (Robert Nye), Men at War: The Best War Stories of All Time (Edited by Ernest Hemingway)|
|Genre||Literary and Classic, Short Stories|
|Binding||Paper over boards, One quarter cloth with paper boards, Cloth on board|
|Publisher||Bramhall House, Warner Books, Charles Scribner’s Sons, Hill and Wang|
|Publication Year||1979, 1984, 1942, 1969|
|Period||Mid-20th Century, Late 20th Century, Vintage|
|Edition Page Present||Yes|
|Edition Statement||First Edition, First American Edition|
|Number of Books||4|
|Additional Notes||The Color of Light is a first printing copy. Tales I Told My Mother is a first American edition copy.|
- conditions vary; generally tight bindings; loose hinges; bumped spines and corners; page toning; wear to boards; tears, chips, and creases to dust jackets.
- measures one.