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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 ...Show synopsisThis 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.Hide synopsis
Description:Very Good. No Dust Jacket. Signed by Edward Albee on the title...Very Good. No Dust Jacket. Signed by Edward Albee on the title page, this copy is tight and clean with light edge wear and one spine crease.
Description:Fine. 0451158717. 12mo 7"-7½" tall; 272 pages; [SIGNED] 1983...Fine. 0451158717. 12mo 7"-7½" tall; 272 pages; [SIGNED] 1983 Signet mass market paperback in glossy pictorial covers. 23rd printing. Signed by Albee on the title page. Crisp fresh and unread copy in immaculate condition. Fine; Signed by Author.
Description:Very Good- 0451158717. SIGNED BY AUTHOR ON TITLE PAGE. used mass...Very Good- 0451158717. SIGNED BY AUTHOR ON TITLE PAGE. used mass-market paperback. light shelfwear; corners/edges are lightly bumped and rubbed. binding and pages are straight and solid. no marks to interior text. cover wraps are lightly scuffed yet remain clean and glossy. page edges are lightly scuffed but clean.; 6.80 X 4.10 X 0.80 inches; 272 pages; Signed by Author.
Description:Very Good. FIRST EDITION. New York: Atheneum, 1962. 242 pp....Very Good. FIRST EDITION. New York: Atheneum, 1962. 242 pp. First edition, first printing. Very Good+ hardcover in Good+ dust jacket. Clean pages. Hinge a bit loose at pg. 18. Jacket creased and missing chip at head, tear at tail, scratching and rubbing. Price intact ($5). Jacket is mylar-protected. Nice condition overall. Rare true first of Albee's Tony Award and NY Drama Critics' Circle Award-winning play.
Description:1962, 1st Edition. () Near fine in very good dust jacket. 242pp....1962, 1st Edition. () Near fine in very good dust jacket. 242pp. Octavo. Unclipped dust jacket over black cloth boards. Corners of boards sharp; top edge of spine lightly sunned. Bottom and foredge a little dusty. Error in paper manufacturing (inclusion of some foreign substance) on page 76, affecting 4 text characters, else internally tight and clean. Some creasing and small chips to edges of jacket. Folds and front pannel of jacket lightly discolored. The first edition of Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf, winner of the 1963 Tony Award for Best Play, wherein Albee chronicles the disintegration of a marriage. The play was adapted into a 1966 film of the same name starring Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor. Albee has thrice won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama and continues to push the envelope with experimental works.
Description:Good. New York: Atheneum, 1962. Book Club Edition. Signed by...Good. New York: Atheneum, 1962. Book Club Edition. Signed by the author on the front free end paper, inscribed "Good luck in a difficult business" to a previous owner. In Good condition. Previous owner name to front free end paper. Clean text. Foxing to end papers, and bleeding from spine cloth. Spine cloth has damp stain at foot and wear to head. Corners bumped. The dust jacket show foxing, light staining, toning and edge wear with chipping and loss. Rare signed.
Description:1. pp. 242. Description: 242 p.; 21 cm. Subjects: Married people...1. pp. 242. Description: 242 p.; 21 cm. Subjects: Married people--Drama--College teachers--New England. Form/Genre: Domestic drama. Fine cloth copy in a very good if slightly edge-nicked and dust-dulled dw, now mylar-sleeved. NOT price-clipped. Remains a particularly well-preserved example; tight, bright, clean and sharp-cornered. Scans on request.
Description:Octavo. Original black cloth, titles to spine gilt, yellow...Octavo. Original black cloth, titles to spine gilt, yellow endpapers, red top-stain. With the dust jacket. In a red quarter morocco slipcase and chemise. Spine rolled. An excellent copy in the lightly rubbed and nicked jacket with faint toning to the edges of the front panel. First edition, first impression. Inscribed by the author to the poet David Posner (1921-1985) on the front blank, "'I'm afraid that's always the case', he said, 'There's always one who loves and one who lets himself be loved'. This copy of the play for David Posner, who is both a good person and a good poet – Thankfully, Edward Albee. Buffalo 4.1.63". Also with a hand-written Christmas card from Albee to Posner. Contemporary presentation copies of this work are very scarce.
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