Very Good/Good. Hardcover, green cloth over boards with gilt lettering on spine, 352 pages. Clean, square, unmarked copy. Missing front free endpaper. Dust jacket in new mylar wrap; edgeworn, with 1" chip from spine, and 1"chip from back panel.
Good. No dust jacket. Ex-library. Nice clean tight copy. Blue teal cover with gilt lettering. 352 p. 22 cm. "Strange Interlude is an experimental play by American playwright Eugene O'Neill. O'Neill finished the play in 1923, but it was not produced on Broadway until 1928, when it won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama. Lynn Fontanne originated the central role of Nina Leeds on Broadway. It was also produced in London at the Lyric Theatre in 1931.
Very Good. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. 4thprinting May. 352p. owner's name June, 1928 date half page. Newspaper articles about play and playright inserted lightly staining endpaper. Fragile chipped dj lacking spine end and in two pieces laid in book. Unworn slate blue covers, slight sway.
Very Good. No Jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Hinge cracked toward rear of book, green cloth, gold lettering partially faded from spine, bottom corners frayed at tips, 1/4" of covering scuffed off on lower rear cover edge, former owner's inscription on top corner of half title page, name on rear endpaper. 352 pages.
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