Fair. 182 pages. Softcover. Reading copy. Cover is coming loose from book. FICTION. "...a wicked, witty and utterly devastating account of the journey to Leningrad of 94 Americans and two dogs, all connected with the widely heralded production of PORGY AND BESS."-Sterling North. (Key Words: Fiction, Truman Capote, Leningrad).
Near Fine in Near Fine jacket. 178 pages. Covers the eight days between the crew of the opera leaving Berlin to opening night in Leningrad. First British edition (first printing). Near fine in a dust jacket with a few closed tears to the edges and light toning along the top edge, thus near fine. Bright silver lettering on spine of red cloth.
Fine. Capote, Truman. The Muses Are Heard. New York: Random House, 1956. 1st edition. 182pp. 8vo. Book condition: Fine. A very clean copy of a lesser known work by a major American author of the 20th century. Dust Jacket Condition: Very good with light rubbing to edges and a small piece missing from the top of jacket on the front and left top corner.
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