The French Lieutenant's Woman

Publication history

The novel has been reprinted in numerous editions and translated into many languages: Taiwanese, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Hungarian, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Chinese, German, Russian, Polish, and Spanish.[39] The novel was originally published in 1969 by Little Brown and Company in both Boston and Toronto.[39] The novel has also been published in a number of English editions from different publishers, represented in the following list (with publication date in parenthesis):[39]

  • Associated Reprinting Co. (1969)
  • Cape (June 1969)
  • International Collectors Library (1969)
  • Jonathan Cape (1969)
  • New American Library of Canada (1969)
  • Penguin (1969)
  • Triad Granada (1969)
  • Trinity Press (1969)
  • New American Library (1970)
  • Penguin (December 1970)
  • London World Books (1971)
  • Panther (1971)
  • Triad Granada (1977)
  • Franklin Library (Privately Printed, 1979)
  • NAL/Dutton (Oct. 1981)
  • New York American Library (1981)
  • Penguin (Oct. 1981)
  • Pan Books in association with Jonathan Cape (1987)
  • New American Library (1989)
  • Soho Press, Inc. (1990)
  • William A. Thomas Braille Bookstore (1990)
  • Hodder & Stoughton Educational (1991)
  • Picador (1992)
  • Buccaneer Books, Inc. (1994)
  • Vintage (1996)
  • Back Bay Books (1998)

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