Very Good. B001TTJU70 1984 Samuel French, Inc. (NY) 5 x 7 inches tall paperbound in light gray printed wraps, 127 pp. plus scene diagrams. Light rubbing to covers. Prior owner label to title page. Otherwise, a very good to near fine copy-clean, bright and unmarked. The playwright, Sir Terence Mervyn Rattigan (1911-1977), was one of England's most popular mid twentieth century dramatists. His plays are typically set in an upper-middle-class background. He is known for this play, as well as such works as The Winslow Boy (1946), The Browning Version (1948) and The Deep Blue Sea (1952), among many others. A troubled homosexual, who saw himself as an outsider, Rattigan's plays 'confronted issues of sexual frustration, failed relationships and adultery, ' and a world of repression and reticence. Standard shipping orders upgraded free to First Class. ~CCC~
12 mo., softcover, good reading copy with cover loose, ex library-pocket on inside cover. Table By the Window is a play of one act and three scenes, first performed at St. Jame's Theatre, London, on the September 22nd, 1954. The role of Lady Matheson was played by Jane Eccles with Peter Grenville being the director. The second play, "Table Number Seven" is a play in two scenes. 127 pp.
Good in good dust jacket. Hardcover; Good condition; Printed Text VG; a small piece of DJ missing at top edge; two small tears at DJ edge taped; 176 p. Includes illustrations. (shelf G13); "The action of both plays takes place in the Beauregard Hotel, Bournemouth, a seaside town on the south coast of England";
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