A book is a written work or a collection of written works in book form. "Book" represents the abstract notion of a particular book, rather than a particular edition. It is on this level that articles or discussion about a book should generally occur (e.g., the article about Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein" is on the book topic, rather than on one or more of the hundreds of editions it has gone through). For more information, please see the Freebase wiki page on book. [ - ]
What are Properties? Properties
Enter specific editions of this book here. Please bear in mind that an edition is not the same as the book itself, so be careful if you select an option from the auto-complete menu.
Genre, as opposed to subject, refers to the content or mode of writing. Books can have multiple genres.
For works of fiction. Enter the names of characters here. These will automatically be cotyped as "fictional character".
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The first edition of this book, in any state. While there is usually only one first edition, it is possible for books to have multiple first editions; for example, simultaneous release in two or more countries (such as the later "Harry Potter" books); simultaneous paperback and hardcover editions; or simultaneous limited and trade editions.
What are Included Types? Included Types
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