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Sorry if this question has been asked before, but having a young child and a full time job I don't get to be on here much so I haven't read every topic (not to mention when you type it in the search it says the system is down).. but anyway...

I was wondering why some books have the label "Barnes and Noble Classic" at the end in parenthesis? I was looking at a book (isbn:
1593080301) and it said that at the end. Is this a mistake or is it just meaning it's a different version? I know Barnes and Noble is a book store, but why do some books have that at the end?

Wow I know a lot of questions but it really just sums into one question being asked several times because I'm weird like that.

Anyway, your answer would be appreciated.


message 2: by [deleted user] (new)

BTW if needed, here's the link; the book is Oliver Twist.

message 3: by Paula (last edited Jun 22, 2010 03:40PM) (new)

Paula (paulaan) | 7029 comments The book data is imported that way from barnes and noble. Librarians "clean" up the imported data when it is found .

Edit:cleaned up edition info moved to edition field

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