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IBSEN, Henrik [with Introduction by William Archer]
An Enemy of the People / the Wild Duck
New York City, Charles Scribner's Sons, 1911. Viking edition. Leather Bound. pp. 465. 8vo. Very nicely bound in 3/4 leather over marbled boards, top edge gilt. Boards a bit scuffed at extremities, contents pristine, overall vg. Volume VIII in the Viking edition. Ill.: black-and-white photographs.
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Book number: 9900028762
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Catalogue: Drama
Keywords: Bindings;Plays;Beerbohm Tree;;;;;; black-and-white photographs

 
Hughes, Holly
Clit Notes; a Sapphic Sampler
New York, Grove Press, 1996. Paperback. 8vo. Light shelfwear, corners slightly thumbed; very good-. .
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Book number: 059809
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Ibsen, Henrik; Peter Watts [Trans.]
A Doll's House and Other Plays
London, Penguin Books, 1965. Paperback. pp. 335. 8vo. Light shelfwear, age toning; good+. .
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Book number: 076411
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Ibsen, Henrik; John Knowles
Ghosts and Other Plays
London, Penguin Classics, 1964. Paperback. pp. 301. 8vo. Light shelfwear; very good+. .
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Book number: 076389
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Ibsen, Henrik
Hedda Gabler; the Master Builder
New York, Charles Scribner's Sons, 1918. Leather Bound. 12mo. Bound in full brown cloth with gilt decoration and lettering to front board and spine. Gilt top edge. Light edgewear, rubbing and sunning to spine, bookplate to front pastedown; good+. The Collected Works of Henrik Ibsen - Volume X. .
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Book number: 051375
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Ibsen, Henrik
Three Plays of Henrik Ibsen; an Enemy of the Pople; the Wild Duck; Hedda Gabler
Norwalk, CT, The Easton Press, 1979. Leather Bound. pp. 327. 8vo. Bound in leather with gilt lettering and decoration, gilt page edges, silk moire endpapers, ribbon bookmark. A few light scuffs to edges; very good. Illustrated by Fredrik Matheson. Introduction by John Gassner. .
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Book number: 081210
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Catalogue: Drama

 
Kesselring, Joseph
Arsenic and Old Lace
New York, Random House, 1941. First printing. Hardcover. pp. 187. 8vo. Bound in a thick beige cloth, with purple and black lettering and decoration (skulls and crossbones) to spine and front board. Illustrated with three black-and-white photos. Spine darkened and shows a bit of a slant, some light edgewear, a few spots, slightly shaken, two short tears to bottom edge of pg. 67, ink name and blind-stamp to ffep; good. No dustjacket. Kesselring's only successful play, Arsenic and Old Lace ran from 1941-44, and was adapted into a film by the same name, which was released after the play left Broadway. .
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Book number: 077891
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Catalogue: Drama
Keywords: Plays; Comedy; Classics; Movies; Black Comedy; Mortimer Brewster; Cary Grant

 
Knight, Arthur Winfield
King of the Beatniks; a Play in Three Acts
Sudbury, MA, Water Row Press, 1986. Paperback. pp. 58. 8vo. Light shelfwear, ghost of pencil notation to title page; good+. .
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Book number: 071229
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Catalogue: Drama
Keywords: The Beats; Beat Generation; Kerouac; Ginsberg; Burroughs; On the Road

 
Konstan, David
Roman Comedy
Ithica, NY, Cornell University Press, 1986. Paperback. 8vo. Very good+. .
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Book number: 050297
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Landis, Paul
Four Famous Greek Plays; the Medea of Euripides / the Oedipus Rex of Sophocles / the Frogs of Aristophanes / the Agamemnon of Aeschylus
New York, The Modern Library, 1929. Hardcover. 8vo. Light shelfwear; very good, in moderately shelfworn, fair dustjacket showing several chips and tears. .
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Book number: 038137
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Catalogue: Drama

 
Menander; Francis G. Allinson (Trans.)
The Principal Fragments
London, William Heinemann Ltd, 1951. Reprint. Hardcover. pp. xxxi, 539, 7. 12mo. Light general shelfwear; very good-. .
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Book number: 061339
USD 12.50 [Appr.: EURO 11.75 | £UK 10 | JP¥ 1968]
Catalogue: Drama
Keywords: Classics; History;

 
Millay, Edna St. Vincent
The King's Henchman; a Play in Three Acts
New York, Harper & Brothers, 1927. Hardcover. pp. 131. 8vo. Light general shelfwear, some discolouration to endpapers, foxing to first and last few pages, expected age-toning; good. .
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Book number: 062502
USD 10.00 [Appr.: EURO 9.5 | £UK 8 | JP¥ 1574]
Catalogue: Drama

 
Miller, Arthur
Death of a Salesman; Certain Private Conversations in Two Acts and a Requiem
New York, Penguin Books, 1983. Paperback. pp. 139. 8vo. Light shelfwear, age toned; very good. .
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Book number: 088376
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Milne, A. A. [Alan Alexander]
The Ugly Duckling: A Play in One Act; French's Acting Edition. No. 1360
London, Samuel French Limited, 1941. Stapled Wraps. 8vo. Light general wear, ink name and a few notations, covers lightly soiled; good. .
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Book number: 049766
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Catalogue: Drama

 
NABAKOV, Vladimir
The Waltz Invention / a Play in Three Acts
New York, Phaedra, 1966. Hardcover. pp. 111.8vo,,Contents unmarked, a good plus copy.'The Waltz Invention' is a tragicomedy in three acts originally written in Russian as Izobretenie Val'sa in 1938. It was first published in Russkie Zapiski in Paris in the same year. Nobokov translated it at that time into English. The second English translation was made by Dmitri Nabakov in 1964 with the help of his father who also made some alterations; it was published by Phaedra in 1966. The play takes place in an unnamed country in about 1935. Nabokov makes the point in the 1965 written foreword that while the work sounds a 'prophetic forenote' - the invention is a weapon of mass destruction - he has no political message and does not support the peaceniks of his time. Rear board shows some light spotting and is a bit bowed. The original dust jacket is present and is unclipped. Small stain, or discoloration, to inside bottom edge of rear hinge and inside of spine. A bit of soiling, or darkening, to front of dust jacket, which is otherwise in remarkably good condition. 1st edition in this format. .
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Book number: 9900044189
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