Re: RARA-AVIS: in wraps ?

From: Ron Clinton (
Date: 15 Aug 2002

From: "Robison Michael R CNIN"

> I'm shopping for something by Gil Brewer, and I keep
> coming across some book terminology I don't understand.
> On Abebooks, I often see the phrase "in wraps", such as
> in, "A clean, tight copy in wraps." What does that mean?

It means in paper covers (as opposed to a hardcover), i.e. a paperback.

Ron Clinton

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