Mine is the 1260-page hardcover Modern Library Classics binding of the Charles Wilbour translation. Wilbour's translation might've been archaic but his was done right after Hugo published it so I have a special love for it. I won't get any other translation. <3
Mlle. Marcelle wrote:I have one copy, the Denny translation, Penguin Classics. I bought it from my work, and now spend a lot of time every time I'm working trying to convince other people to buy it, and apparently it's working! *yay*
While the copies I sell, are all shiny and new, my own personal copy is battered and bruised, and the pages are wavy from being on a houseboat with me for a week in September.
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