This modern American play watches an evening with two couples and the lies they fabricate about themselves to keep on living. It is a vicious and haunting drama.This modern American play watches an evening with two couples and the lies they fabricate about themselves to keep on living. It is a vicious and haunting drama.Read Less
Very good. No dust jacket as issued. Very good condition, CLEAN AND TIGHT BOOK, SOME EDGE WEAR. 242 p.; 17 cm. Pocket cardinal edition. Pocket Cardinal edition.. GIANT CARDINAL EDITION #GC-786. Very good condition, CLEAN AND TIGHT BOOK, SOME EDGE WEAR pocket books 1964, 3rd printing. A PLAY BY EDWARD ALBEE. "WINNER OF THE 1962-63 WEASON NEW YORK DRAMA CRITICS CIRCLE AND TONY AWARDS. American; Book Notes; Classroom Adoption; College teachers; Drama; General; Married people; New England; Poetry; Study Aids. paperback-Albee. MAILS QUICKLY
Good. 1968 Pocket Cardinal Edition. Very good condition. Cover binding and all pages clear and intact. Some aging. Next day shipping using recycled materials. If there's a problem, we'll make it right!
Pocket Books, 1963. 242 pp. Small Trade paperback. Stated 5th printing. Signed on title page by author, dated 2007. Acceptable. Cover heavily crease, spine rubbed. Front endpapers show ink stamps and written date; pages age-toned. ISBN: B0098X60MM.
New American Library, 2006. 257 pp. Trade paperback. Revised by the author for the 2005 Broadway revival. SIGNED by the Author on title page and dated 2007. Fine. Bright, tight and clean; no marks or spine creasing. ISBN: 0451218599.
Very Good+ Square and tight, no notes. Small owner name inside cover and a small date (1962) on cover else clean. Nodog ears to pages or cover.; Flat signed by Albee at title page. Not Inscribed.; 241 pages; Signed by Author.
Fine. No dust jacket. near fine book, no d.j. Book Club Edition. books boards are gray with a red spine. No imprint on lower back corner, book has been signed by author on title page. Laid-in also is a signed ticket for his speaking event. Signed 2x by author.
Very Good in Good+ dust jacket. 8vo 8"-9" tall; 242 pages; Book club edition. Inscribed by Albee on the title page to Jere Real and dated 1982. Signed on the occasion of Albee's visit to Lynchburg College in 1982. Jere Real was a professor at Lynchburg College; he coordinated visits and played host to the authors who appeared at the college as part of the Thornton Writer-in-Residence and Guest Reader program. Solid clean copy in otiginal dust jacket. Jacket front flap creatively clipped in a geometric outline to obscure the Book Club insignia on the lower front flap. Whites of jacket lightly toned and mildly shelf soiled. Jacket rubbed at edges and with shallow chipping at spine ends. Several short closed tears to jacket edges. Red top stain vibrant and uniform. Illustrated with photographs from the stage production. Signed copy of one of the high points of American theater. VG/G++; Signed by Author.
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