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The second: a trade edition without the slipcase or portfolio.
Now that the Library of America has issued her complete fiction in two volumes, all the evidence is in one slipcase.
The book is 176 pages and comes in a nice slipcase to protect the contents inside, which is helpful because there are roughly a half dozen sleeves throughout the book that hold everything from miniature movie posters to blueprints of the Nostromo.
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Definition of slipcase for English Language Learners
: a hard protective box for books or magazines that is open at one end
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