Good. 77 pages. Occassional underlining in text, binding is tight, boards are lightly shelf-worn, corners bumped, writing on first page and on page edge, lacks dust jacket. 100% Money Back Guarantee! Ships within 1 business day, includes tracking. Carefully packed. Serving satisfied customers since 1987.
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Very Good+ hardcover in black boards. Stated FIRST EDITION with complete number line. Normal shelfwear to the exterior with fading to the spine. Edge worn with small areas of discoloration. Foxing the the page-ends, paste-downs and title page. Pages, and text are clean and bright. 77 pp.
This is a complex and very interesting play surrounding the clash between the African tribe of the Yoruba and the Western influence. Although this occurs, the play actually has a deeper conflict, and deserves to be read multiple times for the true interpretation and understanding. It is a challenging read and should be accompanied by critical essays which are essential to complete understanding.
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