Our edition is an offset, so the pagination should be identical.
> Mark B. says:
>> I've got the first edition LETTERS, 772 pages.
> My Dalkey edition is also 772 pages long, I assume it is the same one. It
> occured to me just now that since the book itself is divided into epistles,
> there shouldn't be much trouble with the clarity of assigned reading, merely
> with referring to pages as such when quoting.
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