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Good. No dust jacket. Signed by author. , 64 pages, 19 cm. bad news on condition is that there are inked marks on the first 9 pages of the book, cover wear, and letter stapled 2 twice to the front cover. the good news is the letter, on university of lagos letterhead, is an acceptance by wole soyinka to open the "negro authors' exhibition", at the united states embassy. the typed letter is dated "31st march, '67" and has soyinka's autograph.
Ownership: "Martin Banham (Review-Books Abroad)" 64 pages. --Softcover. Good used condition (light soil & wear, short tears spine foot, small peel mark first blank page). --A very early Soyinka play, first produced in Ibadan, 1959. Our book has striking, different cover art, see our image.
Very Good + No Jacket. Presentation Copy. 12mo-over 6¾"-7¾" tall. Author's 2nd book. Bound in stiff printed card wrappers. Some age darkening to outer edges, moreso to spine & to front & rear panels along spine; very light dustsoil. "Complimentary copy" stamp to the first free endpage.
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