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The hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy / by Douglas Adams; illustrated by Jonathan Burton
Bib ID 4975952
Format BookBook
Author
Adams, Douglas, 1952-2001
 
Edition [New ed.] 
Description London: Folio Society, 2010 
xiv, 174p., [7 p.] of plates : . col. ill., 23 cm. 
Notes

"First published in 1979 by PAN Books. This edition based on the first edition, with minor emendations." -- v. t. p.

Set in Sabon at The Folio Society. Printed on Abbey Wove paper at L.E.G.O. SpA, Vicenza, Italy.

Subjects Science fiction.  |  Prefect, Ford ( Fictitious character) - Fiction.  |  Dent, Arthur (Fictitious character) - Fiction.
Other authors/contributors Burton, Jonathan, ill  |  Folio Society (London, England)
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